readHFD()reads a standard HFD .txt table as a
read.table() with all the necessary defaults to avoid annoying surprises. The Age column is also stripped of
"+" and converted to integer, and a logical indicator column called
OpenInterval is added to show where these were located. Output is invisibly returned, so you must assign it to take a look. This is to avoid lengthy console printouts.
readHFD(filepath, fixup = TRUE, ...)
path or connection to the HFD text file, including .txt suffix.
logical. Should columns be made more user-friendly, e.g., forcing Age to be integer?
other arguments passed to
No details of note.
data.frame of standard HFD output, except the Age column has been cleaned, and a new open age indicator column has been added.
original function submitted by Josh Goldstein, modified by Tim Riffe.
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