`r lifecycle::badge("defunct")`

This is generally used for missing values. Values like "", NA, "NA" are common ways missing values are presented in a data frame. In certain cases, percentages do not use "missing" values in the denominator. This function notes different values as "missing" and excludes them from the denominators.

set_denom_ignore(e, ...)

Arguments

e

A count_layer object

...

Values to exclude from the percentage calculation. If you use `set_missing_counts()` this should be the name of the parameters instead of the values, see the example below.

Value

The modified layer object

Examples

library(magrittr) mtcars2 <- mtcars mtcars2[mtcars$cyl == 6, "cyl"] <- NA mtcars2[mtcars$cyl == 8, "cyl"] <- "Not Found" tplyr_table(mtcars2, gear) %>% add_layer( group_count(cyl) %>% set_missing_count(f_str("xx ", n), Missing = c(NA, "Not Found")) # This function is currently deprecated. It was replaced with an # argument in set_missing_count # set_denom_ignore("Missing") ) %>% build()
#> # A tibble: 2 × 6 #> row_label1 var1_3 var1_4 var1_5 ord_layer_index ord_layer_1 #> <chr> <chr> <chr> <chr> <int> <dbl> #> 1 4 " 1 ( 6.7%)" " 8 ( 66.7%)" " 2 ( 40.0%)" 1 1 #> 2 Missing "14 " " 4 " " 3 " 1 3