This function uses dplyr::case_when() to set cell properties.

by_cases(..., ignore_na = TRUE)

Arguments

...

A list of two-sided formulas interpreted by case_when.

ignore_na

If TRUE, NA values in the result will be left unchanged from their previous values. Otherwise, NA normally resets to the default.

Value

A function for use in map_*** functions.

Details

Within the formulas, the variable . will refer to the content of ht[rows, cols], after conversion by as.matrix().

case_when returns NA when no formula LHS is matched. To avoid this, set a default in the last formula: TRUE ~ default.

case_when can't deal with brdr() objects, so you cannot use these in by_cases().

See also

Examples

if (! requireNamespace("dplyr")) { stop("Please install the 'dplyr' package to run this example") } ht <- hux(runif(5), letters[1:5]) map_background_color(ht, by_cases( . == "a" ~ "red", . %in% letters ~ "green", . < 0.5 ~ "pink" ))
#> 0.29  a #> 0.678 b #> 0.735 c #> 0.196 d #> 0.981 e #> #> Column names: c(0.289892295375466, 0.678380427416414, 0.735319598810747, #> 0.195956733077765, , c("a", "b", "c", "d", "e")