get_many_to_one_dataset {admiral}R Documentation

Get Many to One Values that Led to a Prior Error

Description

Get Many to One Values that Led to a Prior Error

Usage

get_many_to_one_dataset()

Details

If assert_one_to_one() detects an issue, the many to one values are stored in a dataset. This dataset can be retrieved by get_many_to_one_dataset().

Note that the function always returns the many to one values from the last error that has been thrown in the current R session. Thus, after restarting the R sessions get_many_to_one_dataset() will return NULL and after a second error has been thrown, the dataset of the first error can no longer be accessed (unless it has been saved in a variable).

Value

A data.frame or NULL

Author(s)

Stefan Bundfuss

See Also

Utilities for Dataset Checking: extract_duplicate_records(), get_duplicates_dataset(), get_one_to_many_dataset()

Examples

data(admiral_adsl)

try(
  assert_one_to_one(admiral_adsl, vars(SITEID), vars(STUDYID))
)

get_many_to_one_dataset()

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