`R/pretty_percentage.R`

`pretty_percentage.Rd`

Take numeric vectors of numerators, and demoninators, round them, format them with trailing zeros, and return as a character string along with the original numeric values.'

pretty_percentage(num, denom, digits = 2, percent_scaling = 100, as_per = TRUE, ...)

num | A numeric or character vector coercible to a numeric vector. Empty character vectors will be returned by the function. |
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denom | A numeric vector |

digits | Integer indicating the number of decimal places to be used. |

percent_scaling | A numeric vector indicating the scaling used, by default this is 100 as this gives a percentage. |

as_per | Logical indicating if the percentage should be deliminated by a % symbol. |

... | Pass additional arguements to |

A character vector or string, with a percentage and the numerator and denominator used to calculate it

pretty_round pretty_ci

## Return a percentage pretty_percentage(10, 500)#> [1] "2.00% (10/500)"## Return a vector of percentages pretty_percentage(c(1,4,6, 19), 100, digits = 1)#> [1] "1.0% (1/100)" "4.0% (4/100)" "6.0% (6/100)" "19.0% (19/100)"## Return a proportion pretty_percentage(c(1, 2, 4, 5, 2), c(100, 40, 50, 40, 30), as_per = FALSE)#> [1] "1.00 (1/100)" "5.00 (2/40)" "8.00 (4/50)" "12.50 (5/40)" "6.67 (2/30)"