tapply.stat {agricolae}R Documentation

Statistics of data grouped by factors

Description

This process lies in finding statistics which consist of more than one variable, grouped or crossed by factors. The table must be organized by columns between variables and factors.

Usage

tapply.stat(y, x, stat = "mean")

Arguments

y

data.frame variables

x

data.frame factors

stat

Method

Value

Statistics of quantitative variables by categorical variables.

Author(s)

Felipe de Mendiburu

Examples

library(agricolae)
# case of 1 single factor
data(sweetpotato)
tapply.stat(sweetpotato[,2],sweetpotato[,1],mean)
with(sweetpotato,tapply.stat(yield,virus,sd))
with(sweetpotato,tapply.stat(yield,virus,function(x) max(x)-min(x)))
with(sweetpotato,tapply.stat(yield,virus,
function(x) quantile(x,0.75,6)-quantile(x,0.25,6)))
# other case
data(cotton)
with(cotton,tapply.stat(yield,cotton[,c(1,3,4)],mean))
with(cotton,tapply.stat(yield,cotton[,c(1,4)],max))
# Height of pijuayo
data(growth)
with(growth,tapply.stat(height, growth[,2:1], function(x) mean(x,na.rm=TRUE)))

[Package agricolae version 1.3-5 Index]