Look for instances of one or more terms in a set of texts.
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a text or character vector.
a character vector of search terms.
the maximum number of results to return, or
additional properties to set on the text filter.
text_locate finds all instances of the search terms in the
input text, along with their contexts.
text_count counts the number of search term instances in
each element of the text vector.
text_detect indicates whether each text contains at least
one of the search terms.
text_match reports the matching instances as a factor variable
with levels equal to the
text_subset returns the texts that contain the search terms.
text_sample returns a random sample of the results from
text_locate, in random order. This is this is useful for
hand-inspecting a subset of the
text_detect return a numeric vector and
a logical vector, respectively, with length equal to the number of input
texts and names equal to the text names.
text_sample both return a data frame with
one row for each search result and columns named ‘text’, ‘before’,
‘instance’, and ‘after’. The ‘text’ column gives
the name of the text containing the instance; ‘before’ and
‘after’ are text vectors giving the text before and after the
instance. The ‘instance’ column gives the token or tokens matching
the search term.
text_match returns a data frame for one row for each search result,
with columns names ‘text’ and ‘term’. Both columns are
factors. The ‘text’ column has levels equal to the text labels,
and the ‘term’ column has levels equal to
text_subset returns the subset of texts that contain the given
search terms. The resulting has its
text_filter set to the
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text <- c("Rose is a rose is a rose is a rose.", "A rose by any other name would smell as sweet.", "Snow White and Rose Red") text_count(text, "rose") text_detect(text, "rose") text_locate(text, "rose") text_match(text, "rose") text_sample(text, "rose", 3) text_subset(text, "a rose") # search for multiple terms text_locate(text, c("rose", "rose red", "snow white"))
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