Converts a single improperly formatted date to R's Date class.
Supports numerous separators including /,- or white space.
Supports all-numeric, abbreviation or long-hand month notation. Where
day of the month has not been supplied, the first day of the month is
imputed. Either DMY or YMD is assumed by default. However, the US system of
MDY is supported via the
fix_date(date, day.impute = 1, month.impute = 7, format = "dmy")
Character to be converted to R's date class.
Integer. Day of the month to be imputed if not available.
defaults to 1. If
Integer. Month to be be imputed if not available.
Defaults to 7 (July). If
Character. The format which a date is mostly likely to be given
An object belonging to R's built in
fix_dates Similar to
fix_date() except is
applicable to columns of a dataframe.
bad.date <- "02 03 2021" fixed.date <- fix_date(bad.date) fixed.date # -> fixed.date <- fix_date_char(bad.date)
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