collapse = TRUE,
  comment = "#>",
  eval = FALSE

When using {datamods} modules, a simple way to modify labels display is provided for using a different language or simply use other labels. There are 4 different ways to use new labels:

# Using a supported language
options("datamods.i18n" = "fr")

# Using a named list
options("datamods.i18n" = list(...))

# Using a data.frame
options("datamods.i18n" = data.frame(label = c(...), translation = c(...)))

# Using a CSV file
options("datamods.i18n" = "path/to/file.csv")

Supported language

Currently only french is supported, you can display all labels in french with:

options("datamods.i18n" = "fr")

If you want to contribute to the package, you can submit a Pull Request to add a CSV file like the one used for french (file is located in inst/i18n folder).

Using a list

You can change labels with a named list, where names correspond to the labels and values to the translation to use:

options("datamods.i18n" = list(
  "Import a dataset from an environment" = "Importer un jeu de données depuis l'environnement global",
  "Select a data.frame:" = "Sélectionner un data.frame :",

Using a data.frame

You can change labels with a data.frame with two columns label (the original label) and translation (the new label to display):

options("datamods.i18n" = data.frame(
  label = c("Import a dataset from an environment", "Select a data.frame:", ...),
  translation = c("Importer un jeu de données depuis l'environnement global", "Sélectionner un data.frame :", ...)

Using a file

Use a CSV file with same structure than data.frame above:

options("datamods.i18n" = "path/to/file.csv")

An example of file is shown below.

All labels

Here's the file used for french translation with all labels used in the package:

cat(readLines(system.file("i18n", "fr.csv", package = "datamods"), encoding = "UTF-8"), sep = '\n')

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datamods documentation built on July 2, 2021, 5:07 p.m.