elx_fetch_data: Retrieve additional data on EU documents

View source: R/elx_fetch_data.R

elx_fetch_dataR Documentation

Retrieve additional data on EU documents

Description

Wraps httr::GET with pre-specified headers and parses retrieved data.

Usage

elx_fetch_data(
  url,
  type = c("title", "text", "ids", "notice"),
  notice = c("tree", "branch", "object"),
  language_1 = "en",
  language_2 = "fr",
  language_3 = "de",
  include_breaks = TRUE
)

Arguments

url

A valid url as character vector of length one based on a resource identifier such as CELEX or Cellar URI.

type

The type of data to be retrieved. When type = "text", the returned list contains named elements reflecting the source of each text. When type = "notice", the results return an XML notice associated with the url.

notice

If type = "notice", controls what kind of metadata are returned by the notice.

language_1

The priority language in which the data will be attempted to be retrieved, in ISO 639 2-char code

language_2

If data not available in 'language_1', try 'language_2'

language_3

If data not available in 'language_2', try 'language_3'

include_breaks

If TRUE, text includes tags showing where pages ("—pagebreak—", for pdfs) and documents ("—documentbreak—") were concatenated

Value

A character vector of length one containing the result. When 'type = "text"', named character vector where the name contains the source of the text.

Examples


elx_fetch_data(url = "http://publications.europa.eu/resource/celex/32014R0001", type = "title")


eurlex documentation built on Nov. 20, 2022, 9:07 a.m.