ThreeFactors {BrailleR}R Documentation

A convenience function for a Three-way analysis

Description

Prepares an analysis of a data set with one response and three predictors that are all factors. Interactions between the Three factors are also allowed for. The function creates a number of graphs and tables relevant for the analysis.

Usage

ThreeFactors(Response, Factor1, Factor2, Factor3, Data = NULL, Filename = NULL, 
    Folder = NULL, VI = getOption("BrailleR.VI"), Latex = getOption("BrailleR.Latex"), 
    View = getOption("BrailleR.View"))

Arguments

Response

Name of the continuous response variable.

Factor1, Factor2, Factor3

Name the three factors to be included.

Data

Name the data.frame that includes the three variables of interest.

Filename

Name of the Rmarkdown and HTML files to be created. A default will be created that uses the names of the variables if this is left set to NULL.

Folder

Name of the folder to store graph and LaTeX files. A default will be created based on the name of the data.frame being used.

VI

Logical: Should the VI method for blind users be employed?

Latex

Logical: Should the tabulated sections be saved in LaTeX format?

View

Logical: Should the HTML file be opened for inspection?

Details

to complete

Value

This function is used for creation of the files saved in the working directory and a few of its subdirectories.

Author(s)

A. Jonathan R. Godfrey and Timothy P. Bilton

See Also

The OneFactor script was the basis for this function;.

Examples

DIR = getwd()
setwd(tempdir())
TestData=data.frame(Resp=sample(54), expand.grid(F1=c("a","b","c"), 
    F2=c("d","e","f"), F3=c("g","h","i"), rep=c(1,2)))
attach(TestData)
ThreeFactors(Resp,F1,F2,F3)
detach(TestData)
rm(TestData)
# N.B. Various files and a folder were created in a temporary directory. 
# Please investigate them to see how this function worked.
setwd(DIR)

[Package BrailleR version 0.32.1 Index]