# Condense the output of `pkgstats`

to summary statistics only

Source: `R/pkgstats-summary.R`

`pkgstats_summary.Rd`

Condense the output of `pkgstats`

to summary statistics only

## Arguments

- s
Output of pkgstats, containing full statistical data on one package. Default of

`NULL`

returns a single row with`NA`

values (used in pkgstats_from_archive).

## Note

Variable names in the summary object use the following abbreviations:

"loc" = Lines-of-Code

"fn" = Function

"n_fns" = Number of functions

"npars" = Number of parameters

"doclines" = Number of documentation lines

"nedges" = Number of edges in function call network, as a count of

*unique*edges, which may be less than the size of the`network`

object returned by pkgstats, because that may include multiple calls between identical function pairs."n_clusters" = Number of connected clusters within the function call network.

"centrality" used as a prefix for several statistics, along with "dir" or "undir" for centrality calculated on networks respectively constructed with directed or undirected edges; "mn" or "md" for respective measures of mean or median centrality, and "no0" for measures excluding edges with zero centrality.

## See also

Other stats:
`desc_stats()`

,
`loc_stats()`

,
`pkgstats()`

,
`rd_stats()`

## Examples

```
f <- system.file ("extdata", "pkgstats_9.9.tar.gz", package = "pkgstats")
if (FALSE) { # \dontrun{
p <- pkgstats (f)
s <- pkgstats_summary (p)
} # }
```