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languagelayeR is now on CRAN

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languagelayerR

This package is designed to detect a language from a character string in R by acessing the languagelayer API — https://languagelayer.com/

Language layer API

This package offers a language detection tool by connecting to the languagelayer API, a JSON interface designed to extract language information from a character string.

Install languagelayerR

Install this package directly in R :

From CRAN :

install.packages("languagelayeR")

From Github :

devtools::install_github("ColinFay/languagelayeR")

How languagelayeR works

The version 1.1.0 works with two functions. Which are :

  • get_lang Get language information from a character string

  • get_supported_lang Get all current accessible languages on the languagelayer API

First of all

Before any request on the languagelayer, you need to get your API key from your language layer dashboard.

Examples

getLanguage

Detect a language from a character string.

get_lang(query = "I really really love R and that's a good thing, right?", api_key = "your_api_key")

getSupportedLanguage

List all the languages available on the languagelayer API.

get_supported_lang(api_key = "your_api_key")

Contact

Questions and feedbacks welcome !

Please note that this project is released with a Contributor Code of Conduct. By participating in this project you agree to abide by its terms.