check_text(text.var, file = NULL)
NULLprints to the console. Note that this is assigned as an attribute and passed to
Returns a list with the following potential text faults reports:
Uncleaned text may result in errors, warnings, and incorrect results in
check_text checks text for potential problems
and suggests possible fixes. Potential text anomalies that are detected
include: factors, missing ending punctuation, empty cells, double punctuation,
non-space after comma, no alphabetic characters, non-ascii, missing value,
and potentially misspelled words.
The output is a list but prints as a pretty formatted output with potential problem elements, the accompanying text, and possible suggestions to fix the text.
## <strong>Not run</strong>: # x <- c("i like", "i want. thet them .", "I am ! that|", "", NA, # "they,were there", ".", " ", "?", "3;", "I like goud eggs!", # "i 4like...", "\\tgreat", "She said \"yes\"") # check_text(x) # print(check_text(x), include.text=FALSE) # # y <- c("A valid sentence.", "yet another!") # check_text(y) # ## <strong>End(Not run)</strong>