Description Usage Arguments Details Value Examples
Download most recent or display cached version of data on journals.
jst_get_journal_overview(most_recent = FALSE, quiet = FALSE)
Should the most recent version be downloaded from DfR? (Currently disabled due to changes on the JSTOR-servers).
Should status messages about the download be printed?
When analysing your sample of articles from DfR, it might be helpful to have
some context about the journals in your sample. This function provides a
tibble with various information like the full name of the journal, the
short version of the name (sometimes referred to as
JCODE), dates on where
and last (available) issues were published, etc.
The data on journals might change. Therefore this function provides two sources of data: a cached version which gets updated with every release, and the ability to pull the most recent version directly from DfR (this had to be temporarily disabled.)
The cached version was updated on 2020-04-03.
tibble with various information about journals.
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# use the function without arguments to get a tibble from disk jst_get_journal_overview() ## Not run: # download the most recent version from DfR jst_get_journal_overview(most_recent = TRUE) ## End(Not run)
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