10.5 Add Counts

20200814 Using dplyr::add_count() a new column will be added to the dataset recording the size of groups. The column name will be n.

ds %<>%
  add_count(location) %T>%
  {
    select(., date, location, n) %>%
    sample_frac() %>%
    print()
  }
## # A tibble: 198,656 × 3
##    date       location        n
##    <date>     <chr>       <int>
##  1 2020-06-17 Cobar        4106
##  2 2014-01-28 Launceston   4137
##  3 2015-11-27 Launceston   4137
##  4 2009-11-07 Wollongong   4137
##  5 2014-10-08 Penrith      4136
##  6 2009-07-20 Perth        4289
##  7 2020-10-06 Tuggeranong  4136
##  8 2012-05-28 Darwin       4290
##  9 2007-11-26 Canberra     4533
## 10 2020-05-09 Brisbane     4290
## # … with 198,646 more rows
names(ds)
##  [1] "date"            "location"        "min_temp"        "max_temp"       
##  [5] "rainfall"        "evaporation"     "sunshine"        "wind_gust_dir"  
##  [9] "wind_gust_speed" "wind_dir_9am"    "wind_dir_3pm"    "wind_speed_9am" 
## [13] "wind_speed_3pm"  "humidity_9am"    "humidity_3pm"    "pressure_9am"   
## [17] "pressure_3pm"    "cloud_9am"       "cloud_3pm"       "temp_9am"       
## [21] "temp_3pm"        "rain_today"      "risk_mm"         "rain_tomorrow"  
## [25] "n"


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