report {eatRep} | R Documentation |
repMean
,repTable
,
repQuantile
, and repGlm
Summarizes the output of the four main functions repMean
,repTable
,
repQuantile
, and repGlm
.
report(repFunOut, trendDiffs = FALSE, add = list(),
exclude = c("Ncases", "NcasesValid", "var", "sampleSize"), printGlm = FALSE,
round = TRUE, digits = 3, printDeviance = FALSE)
repFunOut |
output of one of the four |
trendDiffs |
Logical: compute differences of trends? |
add |
Optional: additional columns for output. See examples of the jk2-functions |
exclude |
Which parameters should be excluded from reporting? |
printGlm |
Only relevant for |
round |
Logical: should the results be rounded to a limited number of digits? |
digits |
How many digits should be used for rounding? |
printDeviance |
Only relevant for |
A data frame with at least nine columns.
group |
Denotes the group an analysis belongs to. If no groups were specified and/or analysis for the whole sample were requested, the value of ‘group’ is ‘wholeGroup’. |
depVar |
Denotes the name of the dependent variable in the analysis. |
modus |
Denotes the mode of the analysis. For example, if a JK2 regression analysis was conducted, ‘modus’ takes the value ‘JK2.glm’. If a mean analysis without any replicates was conducted, ‘modus’ takes the value ‘CONV.mean’. |
comparison |
Denotes whether group mean comparisons or cross-level comparisons were conducted. Without any comparisons, ‘comparison’ takes the value ‘NA’ |
parameter |
Denotes the parameter of the corresponding analysis. If regression analysis was applied,
the regression parameter is given. Amongst others, the ‘parameter’ column takes the values
‘(Intercept)’ and ‘gendermale’ if ‘gender’ was the independent variable, for instance.
If mean analysis was applied, the ‘parameter’ column takes the values ‘mean’, ‘sd’,
‘var’, or ‘Nvalid’. See the examples of |
depVar |
Denotes the name of the dependent variable (only if |
est |
Denotes the estimate of the corresponding analysis. |
se |
Denotes the standard error of the corresponding estimate. |
p |
Denotes the p value of the estimate. |
Benjamin Becker, Sebastian Weirich
### see examples of the jk2-functions.