read_json: Read/write JSON

View source: R/read_json.R

read_jsonR Documentation

Read/write JSON

Description

These functions are similar to toJSON() and fromJSON() except they explicitly distinguish between path and literal input, and do not simplify by default.

Usage

read_json(path, simplifyVector = FALSE, ...)

parse_json(json, simplifyVector = FALSE, ...)

write_json(x, path, ...)

Arguments

path

file on disk

simplifyVector

simplifies nested lists into vectors and data frames. See fromJSON().

...

additional conversion arguments, see also toJSON() or fromJSON()

json

string with literal json or connection object to read from

x

an object to be serialized to JSON

See Also

fromJSON(), stream_in()

Examples

tmp <- tempfile()
write_json(iris, tmp)

# Nested lists
read_json(tmp)

# A data frame
read_json(tmp, simplifyVector = TRUE)

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