Mansplaining R
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mansplainr

What is mansplainr?

You probably need me to say this to you in simple terms. mansplainr translates S3 objects into text using standard templates in a simple and convenient way.

For help with the mansplainr R-package, there is a vignette available in the /vignettes folder.

Installation

The package can be installed with

devtools::install_github("hilaryparker/mansplainr")

After installation, the package can be loaded into R.

library(mansplainr)

Using mansplain

The main function in the mansplainr package is mansplain().

p <- prop.test(x = 500, n = 1008)
mansplain(p)
# That's great that you were able to do a hypothesis test. You got a p-value of 0.8255. That means it's not significant at alpha = .05, but that's OK. The important thing is that you tried.

Bug reports

Report bugs as issues on the GitHub repository

Contributors