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emhart committed Oct 4, 2012
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  2. +4 −0 NAMESPACE
  3. +1 −1 R/rGtrends.R
  4. +20 −0 man/add_char.Rd
  5. +21 −0 man/format_py_date.Rd
  6. +40 −0 man/rGtrends.Rd
  7. +20 −0 man/strip_char.Rd
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URL: http://github.com/emhart/rGtrends
Bug reports: http://github.com/emhart/rGtrends/issues
Depends:
rjava
rjython
stringr
rJava,
rJython,
stringr
Imports:
rjava
rjython
rstringr
rJava,
rJython,
stringr
Collate:
'add_char.R'
'format_py_date.R'
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export(rGtrends)
import(rJava)
import(rJython)
import(stringr)
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#' @import rJython rJava stringr
#' @author Edmund Hart \email{edmund.m.hart@@gmail.com}
#' @export
#' @example \dontrun{
#' @examples \dontrun{
#' my_search <- rGrends("Bieber")
#' plot(my_search[,2],my_search[,1],type='l')
#' }
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\name{add_char}
\alias{add_char}
\title{Adds quote padding so terms can be searchable with python}
\usage{
add_char(my_string)
}
\arguments{
\item{my_string}{A vector of strings that are padded with
quotation marks so they can be passed to python Required}
}
\value{
a vector of strings padded with quotes
}
\description{
Adds quote padding so terms can be searchable with python
}
\author{
Edmund Hart \email{edmund.m.hart@gmail.com}
}
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\name{format_py_date}
\alias{format_py_date}
\title{Formats rJava strings of dates into text that can be converted to POSIX date}
\usage{
format_py_date(date_vec)
}
\arguments{
\item{date_vec}{A vector of dates retured and stripped of
characters from rJava}
}
\value{
a vector of POSIX formatted dates
}
\description{
Formats rJava strings of dates into text that can be
converted to POSIX date
}
\author{
Edmund Hart \email{edmund.m.hart@gmail.com}
}
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\name{rGtrends}
\alias{rGtrends}
\title{Search google trends (http://trends.google.com)
using a python API.}
\usage{
rGtrends(keywords,
src_path = paste(getwd(), "/src", sep = ""),
date = c("all", "all"))
}
\arguments{
\item{keywords}{A vector of search strings, each term
will be a seperate search. Required}
\item{date}{A vector of dates coded a string in the form
YYYY-MM, with the first element being the starting date
and the second element the end date. If you want to
return the entire range leave blank. If you want from a
starting date to the last available point, leave the
second element in vector as "all", or the first as "all"
to search from the beginning until the specified end
date}
}
\value{
a data frame with weekly search output and search volmue
within the specified date range
}
\description{
Search google trends (http://trends.google.com) using a
python API.
}
\examples{
\dontrun{
my_search <- rGrends("Bieber")
plot(my_search[,2],my_search[,1],type='l')
}
}
\author{
Edmund Hart \email{edmund.m.hart@gmail.com}
}
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\name{strip_char}
\alias{strip_char}
\title{Strips rJava S4 class characters from text vector returned from python}
\usage{
strip_char(Js4text)
}
\arguments{
\item{Js4text}{vector of rJava S4 class strings}
}
\value{
a vector stripped of quotes ond brackets
}
\description{
Strips rJava S4 class characters from text vector
returned from python
}
\author{
Edmund Hart \email{edmund.m.hart@gmail.com}
}

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