naturalsort: Natural Ordering

Provides functions related to human natural ordering. It handles adjacent digits in a character sequence as a number so that natural sort function arranges a character vector by their numbers, not digit characters. It is typically seen when operating systems lists file names. For example, a sequence a-1.png, a-2.png, a-10.png looks naturally ordered because 1 < 2 < 10 and natural sort algorithm arranges so whereas general sort algorithms arrange it into a-1.png, a-10.png, a-2.png owing to their third and fourth characters.

AuthorKosei Abe
Date of publication2016-08-30 12:48:28
MaintainerKosei Abe <mail@recyclebin.jp>
LicenseBSD_3_clause + file LICENSE
Version0.1.3

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naturalsort
naturalsort/tests
naturalsort/tests/issue-3.R
naturalsort/tests/issue-1.R
naturalsort/tests/issue-2.R
naturalsort/tests/spec.R
naturalsort/NAMESPACE
naturalsort/NEWS
naturalsort/R
naturalsort/R/sort.R naturalsort/R/factor.R naturalsort/R/naturalsort-package.R naturalsort/R/order.R
naturalsort/MD5
naturalsort/DESCRIPTION
naturalsort/man
naturalsort/man/naturalsort.Rd naturalsort/man/naturalfactor.Rd naturalsort/man/naturalsort-package.Rd
naturalsort/LICENSE

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