build custom functions in R. As an example the following function called addPercent converts a value into a percentage with one decimal place.

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build custom functions in R. As an example the following function called addPercent converts a value into a percentage with one decimal place.

Write a custom R function that takes any univariate dataset and calculates the mean minimum maximum and standard deviation.

 

 

Custom Function in R CT6 MIS476

In this assignment we will build custom functions in R.  As an example the following function called addPercent converts a value into a percentage with one decimal place.

addPercent <- function(x){

percent <- round(x*100 digits = 1)
result <- paste(percent “%” sep = “”)   return(result) } Below are a few output results from this function.  > addPercent(.1)
[1] “10%”
> add Percent(10)
[1] “1000%”
> add Percent(10.1)
[1] “1010%”
> add Percent(0.1443)
[1] “14.4%”
Write a custom R function that inputs a temperature in Fahrenheit Fo and converts to Celsius Co. The relationship is Co = 5(Fo – 32)/9.

Write a custom R function that computes the sum of squares of two numbers.

Write a custom R function that takes any univariate dataset and calculates the mean minimum maximum and standard deviation.

In statistics a dataset needs to be transformed in order to meet certain assumptions.  Write a custom R function that takes any univariate dataset and creates a histogram of the raw dataset and a histogram of the log-transformed dataset.

Write a custom R function of your own.  Describe what your function does and produce the output.

Using a Word document include your all your functions along with least four different output results from each of the functions 1 through 5.  You may either copy and paste the codes and output results on a Word document or take the screen shots.  If you take the screen shots make sure to show the current date.