Turner Miscellaneous

Miscellaneous utility functions for data manipulation, data tidying, and working with gene expression data.


The Tmisc package is where I keep miscellaneous functions. Most of them were pulled from my .Rprofile, and many were stolen from other packages or random places around the web. I tried to give credit where credit is due in the documentation.

Install from CRAN:

install.packages("Tmisc")

Install from GitHub (potentially unstable):

install.packages("devtools")
devtools::install_github("stephenturner/Tmisc")

News

Tmisc 0.1.10

  • Tpairs() displays better pairwise scatterplot matrices than pairs().
  • Thist() plots a histogram with either a normal distribution or density plot overlay.
  • corner() displays the first few rows and columns of a data frame or matrix.
  • beep() plays a short beep to alert when something's done (from the beepr package).

Tmisc 0.1.9

  • Minor bugfixes.

Tmisc 0.1.8

  • jsd() compute the Jensen-Shannon divergence from a matrix of probabilities.
  • Mode() returns the mode of a vector.
  • gg_na() produces a plot showing the missing values in a data frame.
  • are_all_equal() assess whether all the components of a numeric vector are (approximately) equal.

Tmisc 0.1.7

  • gghues generates color palette emulating ggplot2's default hues.

Tmisc 0.1.6

  • fisherp() uses Fisher's method to combine p-values.

Tmisc 0.1.5

  • dokuwiki() will convert a data.frame to a dokuwiki-formatted table, and will copy said table to the system clipboard if you're on Mac OS X.

Tmisc 0.1.4

  • strSort() alphabetically sorts characters in a string.

Reference manual

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install.packages("Tmisc")

0.1.17 by Stephen Turner, 6 months ago


https://github.com/stephenturner/Tmisc, http://stephenturner.github.io/Tmisc


Browse source code at https://github.com/cran/Tmisc


Authors: Stephen Turner [aut, cre]


Documentation:   PDF Manual  


GPL-3 license


Imports dplyr, tibble, utils, audio, rstudioapi

Suggests ggplot2, reshape2


See at CRAN