Intervals are measured in standard deviations on either side of the mean.

## Usage

chop_mean_sd(x, sds = 1:3, ..., raw = FALSE, sd = deprecated())

brk_mean_sd(sds = 1:3, sd = deprecated())

tab_mean_sd(x, sds = 1:3, ..., raw = FALSE)

## Arguments

x

A vector.

sds

Positive numeric vector of standard deviations.

...

Passed to chop().

raw

Logical. Use raw values in labels?

sd

## Value

chop_* functions return a factor of the same length as x.

brk_* functions return a function to create breaks.

tab_* functions return a contingency table().

## Details

In version 0.7.0, these functions changed to specifying sds as a vector. To chop 1, 2 and 3 standard deviations around the mean, write chop_mean_sd(x, sds = 1:3) instead of chop_mean_sd(x, sd = 3).

Other chopping functions: chop(), chop_equally(), chop_evenly(), chop_fn(), chop_n(), chop_proportions(), chop_quantiles(), chop_width(), fillet()

## Examples

chop_mean_sd(1:10)
#>  [1] [-2 sd, -1 sd) [-2 sd, -1 sd) [-1 sd, 0 sd)  [-1 sd, 0 sd)  [-1 sd, 0 sd)
#>  [6] [0 sd, 1 sd)   [0 sd, 1 sd)   [0 sd, 1 sd)   [1 sd, 2 sd)   [1 sd, 2 sd)
#> Levels: [-2 sd, -1 sd) [-1 sd, 0 sd) [0 sd, 1 sd) [1 sd, 2 sd)

chop(1:10, brk_mean_sd())
#>  [1] [-2 sd, -1 sd) [-2 sd, -1 sd) [-1 sd, 0 sd)  [-1 sd, 0 sd)  [-1 sd, 0 sd)
#>  [6] [0 sd, 1 sd)   [0 sd, 1 sd)   [0 sd, 1 sd)   [1 sd, 2 sd)   [1 sd, 2 sd)
#> Levels: [-2 sd, -1 sd) [-1 sd, 0 sd) [0 sd, 1 sd) [1 sd, 2 sd)

tab_mean_sd(1:10)
#> [-2 sd, -1 sd)  [-1 sd, 0 sd)   [0 sd, 1 sd)   [1 sd, 2 sd)
#>              2              3              3              2