tabl: Make a table from gist or commit class or a list of either

Description Usage Arguments Details Value Examples

Description

Make a table from gist or commit class or a list of either

Usage

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Arguments

x

Either a gist or commit class object or a list of either

...

Ignored

Details

For commits we return a single data.frame. For gists, we always return a list so that we are returning data consistently, regardless of variable return data. So you can always index to the main data.frame with gist metadata and file info by doing result$data, and likewise for forks result$forks and history result$history

Value

A data.frame or list of data.frame's

Examples

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## Not run: 
# from a gist object
x <- as.gist('f1403260eb92f5dfa7e1')
res <- tabl(x)
res$data
res$forks
res$history

# from a list
ss <- gists('minepublic')
tabl(ss[1:3])
lapply(tabl(ss[1:3]), "[[", "data")
# index to data slots, but also make single data.frame
tabl_data(tabl(ss[1:3]))
## manipulate with dplyr
library("dplyr")
tabl_data(tabl(ss[1:30])) %>% 
  select(id, description, owner_login) %>% 
  filter(grepl("gist gist gist", description))

# commits
x <- gists()[[2]] %>% commits()
tabl(x[[1]])

## many
x <- sapply(gists(per_page = 100), commits)
tabl(x) %>%
  select(id, login, change_status.total, url) %>% 
  filter(change_status.total > 50)
  
# pass in a url
gist("https://gist.github.com/expersso/4ac33b9c00751fddc7f8") %>% tabl
## many
gg <- gists()
(urls <- vapply(gg, "[[", "", "html_url"))
lapply(urls[1:5], as.gist) %>% tabl()

# gist with forks and history
gist('1642874') %>% tabl

# gist with history, no forks
gist('c96d2e453c95d0166408') %>% tabl 

## End(Not run)


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