The `header_n()` functions can be used to automatically pull the header_n derivations from the table or change them for future use.

header_n(table)

header_n(x) <- value

set_header_n(table, value)

Arguments

table

A tplyr_table object

x

A tplyr_table object

value

A data.frame with columns with the treatment variable, column variabes, and a variable with counts named 'n'.

header_n

A data.frame with columns with the treatment variable, column variabes, and a variable with counts named 'n'.

Value

For tplyr_header_n the header_n binding of the tplyr_table object. For tplyr_header_n<- and set_tplyr_header_n the modified object.

Details

The `header_n` object is created by Tplyr when a table is built and intended to be used by the `add_column_headers()` function when displaying table level population totals. These methods are intended to be used for calling the population totals calculated by Tplyr, and to overwrite them if a user chooses to.

If you have a need to change the header Ns that appear in your table headers, say you know you are working with a subset of the data that doesn't represent the totals, you can replace the data used with `set_header_n()`.

Examples

tab <- tplyr_table(mtcars, gear) header_n(tab) <- data.frame( gear = c(3, 4, 5), n = c(10, 15, 45) )