dir_map(loc = "DATA/TRANSCRIPTS/CLEANED_TRANSCRIPTS", obj.prefix = "dat", use.path = TRUE, col.names = c("person", "dialogue"), file = NULL, copy2clip = interactive())
TRUEuse the actual path to the
FALSE, the code may be more portable in that the actual input to
locis supplied to the
TRUEattempts to copy the output to the clipboard.
Prints a read in script text to the console, optionally copies the wrapped text to the clipboard on a Mac or Windows machine and optionally prints to an outside file.
Generate script text (and optionally output it to the clipboard and/or an external file) that can be used to individually read in every file in a directory and assign it to an object.
Generally, the researcher will want to read in and parse every transcript document separately. The task of writing the script for multiple transcript documents can be tedious. This function is designed to make the process more efficient and less prone to errors.
skip is set to 0, however, it is likely that this value will
need to be changed for each transcript.
## <strong>Not run</strong>: # (DIR <- system.file("extdata/transcripts", package = "qdap")) # dir_map(DIR) # ## <strong>End(Not run)</strong>