cm_df.temp(dataframe, text.var, codes = NULL, file = NULL, transpose = FALSE, strip = FALSE, ...)
NULLno file is written.
TRUEtransposes the dataframe so that the text is across the top.
TRUEall punctuation is removed.
Generates a dataframe, and optional csv file, of individual words while maintaining demographic information. If a vector of codes is provided the outcome is a matrix of words used by codes filled with zeros. This dataframe is useful for dummy coded (1-yes code exists; 0-no it does not) representation of data and can be used for visualizations and statistical analysis.
Breaks transcript dialogue into words while retaining the demographic factors associate with each word. The codes argument provides a matrix of zeros that can serve as a dummy coded matrix of codes per word.
Miles, M. B. & Huberman, A. M. (1994). An expanded sourcebook: Qualitative data analysis. 2nd ed. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications.
## <strong>Not run</strong>: # codes <- qcv(dc, sf, wes, pol, rejk, lk, azx, mmm) # out1 <- cm_df.temp(DATA, "state", codes) # head(out1, 15) # out2 <- cm_df.temp(DATA, "state", codes, transpose = TRUE) # out2[, 1:10] # out3 <- cm_df.temp(raj.act.1, "dialogue", codes) # head(out3, 15) # out4 <- cm_df.temp(raj.act.1, "dialogue", codes, transpose = TRUE) # out4 [, 1:8] # ## <strong>End(Not run)</strong>