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Total column for continuous variables #21

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graemeleehickey opened this Issue Mar 26, 2019 · 2 comments

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graemeleehickey commented Mar 26, 2019

When total_col = TRUE in summary_factorlist(), continuous variables are reported as NA rather than the mean (SD).

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ewenharrison commented Mar 26, 2019

If you update the package, the total column currently shows the total n represented in that continuous variable and a proportion if there is missing data. This has suited the needs of the total column. There has been another request for a mean/median in that column but that is not currently planned. We will look at it again.

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ewenharrison commented Mar 27, 2019

This is done 0.9.2

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