[R] table

Jim Lemon drjimlemon at gmail.com
Tue Mar 3 09:06:47 CET 2015

Hi maicel,
This may be completely off the mark, but the brkdnNest function in the
plotrix package can produce a nested list of counts which can be
transformed into percents (100*count/total).


The counts in your example are mostly NA as most cells are empty.


On Tue, Mar 3, 2015 at 7:31 AM, <maicel at infomed.sld.cu> wrote:

> Hello List,
> I am trying to obtain a table containing absolute and relative frequencies
> but it must be done by strata. Each strata have to contain totals and
> subtotals being the sum of the subtotals equal to the total in upper strata
> in same column. As this could be some vague I am including an example of
> such table:
> data<-data.frame(Provincial=rep(c("Prov1","Prov2","Prov1","Prov3"),10),
> Municipios=rep(c("Mun1","Mun2","Mun3","Mun4"),10),unit=rep(
> c("unit1","unit2","unit3","unit4"),10))
> Variable        N       %
> Province (i)
> Municipalities (j)
> Health units (k)
> ∑i,  ∑j, ∑k
> And so on … i = 1 to 16
> ∑i,  ∑j, ∑k
> If you could help me to obtain a function to get such table I would
> appreciate very much.
> Best and thank you….
> maicel monzon MD. MSc.
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