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expand() is often useful in conjunction with left_join if you want to convert implicit missing values to explicit missing values. Or you can use it in conjunction with anti_join() to figure out which combinations are missing.

expand(data, ...)

crossing(...)

nesting(...)

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data

A data frame.

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Specification of columns to expand.

To find all unique combinations of x, y and z, including those not found in the data, supply each variable as a separate argument. To find only the combinations that occur in the data, use nest: expand(df, nesting(x, y, z)).

You can combine the two forms. For example, expand(df, nesting(school_id, student_id), date) would produce a row for every student for each date.

For factors, the full set of levels (not just those that appear in the data) are used. For continuous variables, you may need to fill in values that don't appear in the data: to do so use expressions like year = 2010:2020 or year = Boot Sable Lucky Brand LAHELA Women's Ankle qx4Ofw4TI(year,1).

Length-zero (empty) elements are automatically dropped.

Details

crossing() is similar to expand.grid(), this never converts strings to factors, returns a tbl_df without additional attributes, and first factors vary slowest. nesting() is the complement to crossing(): it only keeps combinations of all variables that appear in the data.

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complete() for a common application of expand: completing a data frame with missing combinations.

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#> # A tibble: 6 x 2 #> vs cyl #> #> 1 0. 4. #> 2 0. 6. #> 3 0. 8. #> 4 1. 4. #> 5 1. 6. #> 6 1. 8.
# Only combinations of vs and cyl that appear in the data expand( mtcars, nesting( vs, Satin Light Womens Impressive Clay Caparros cyl))
#> # A tibble: 5 x 2 #> vs cyl #> #> 1 0. 4. #> 2 0. 6. #> 3 0. 8. #> 4 1. 4. #> 5 1. 6.
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#> # A tibble: 8 x 2 #> year qtr #> #> 1 2010. 1. #> 2 2010. 2. #> 3 2010. 3. #> 4 2010. 4. #> 5 2012. 1. #> 6 2012. 2. #> 7 2012. 3. #> 8 2012. 4.
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#> # A tibble: 12 x 2 #> year qtr #> #> 1 2010 1. #> 2 2010 2. #> 3 2010 3. #> 4 2010 4. #> 5 2011 1. #> 6 2011 2. #> 7 2011 3. #> 8 2011 4. #> 9 2012 1. #> 10 2012 2. #> 11 2012 3. #> 12 2012 4.
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#> # A tibble: 12 x 2 #> year qtr #> #> 1 2010. 1. #> 2 2010. 2. #> 3 2010. 3. #> 4 2010. 4. #> 5 2011. 1. #> 6 2011. 2. #> 7 2011. 3. #> 8 2011. 4. #> 9 2012. 1. #> 10 2012. 2. #> 11 2012. 3. #> 12 2012. 4.
#> # A tibble: 12 x 3 #> year qtr return #> #> 1 2010. 1. - 1.40 #> 2 2010. 2. 0.255 #> 3 2010. 3. - 2.44 #> 4 2010. 4. - 0.00557 #> 5 2011. 1. NA #> 6 2011. 2. NA #> 7 2011. 3. NA #> 8 2011. 4. NA #> 9 2012. 1. 0.622 #> 10 2012. 2. 1.15 #> 11 2012. 3. - 1.82 #> 12 2012. 4. NA
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#> # A tibble: 9 x 3 #> name trt rep #> #> 1 Alex a 1. #> 2 Alex a 2. #> 3 Alex a 3. #> 4 Robert b 1. #> 5 Robert b 2. #> 6 Robert b 3. #> 7 Sam a 1. #> 8 Sam a 2. #> 9 Sam a 3.
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#> Joining, by = c("name", "trt", "rep")
#> # A tibble: 3 x 3 #> name trt rep #> #> 1 Robert b 3. #> 2 Sam a 2. #> 3 Sam a 3.
#> Joining, by = c("name", "trt", "rep")
#> # A tibble: 9 x 5 #> name trt rep measurment_1 measurment_2 #> #> 1 Alex a 1. 0.402 0.290 #> 2 Alex a 2. 0.196 0.678 #> 3 Alex a 3. 0.404 0.735 #> 4 Robert b 1. 0.0637 0.196 #> 5 Robert b 2. 0.389 0.981 #> 6 Robert b 3. NA NA #> 7 Sam a 1. 0.976 0.742 #> 8 Sam a 2. NA NA #> 9 Sam a 3. NA NA
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#> # A tibble: 9 x 5 #> name trt rep measurment_1 measurment_2 #> #> 1 Alex a 1. 0.402 0.290 #> 2 Alex a 2. 0.196 0.678 #> 3 Alex a 3. 0.404 0.735 #> 4 Robert b 1. 0.0637 0.196 #> 5 Robert b 2. 0.389 0.981 #> 6 Robert b 3. NA NA #> 7 Sam a 1. 0.976 0.742 #> 8 Sam a 2. NA NA #> 9 Sam a 3. NA NA