as.markdown: Get markdown-formatted full text of a partition.

Description Usage Arguments Examples

View source: R/as.markdown.R

Description

The method is the worker behind the read-method, which will be called usually to reconstruct the full text of a partition and read it. The as.markdown-method can be customized for different classes inheriting from the partition-class.

Usage

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as.markdown(.Object, ...)

## S4 method for signature 'partition'
as.markdown(.Object, meta = getOption("polmineR.meta"),
  template = get_template(.Object), cpos = TRUE, cutoff = NULL,
  verbose = FALSE, ...)

## S4 method for signature 'plpr_partition'
as.markdown(.Object, meta = NULL,
  template = get_template(.Object), cpos = FALSE, interjections = TRUE,
  cutoff = NULL, ...)

Arguments

.Object

The object to be converted, a partition, or a class inheriting from partition, such as plpr_partition.

...

further arguments

meta

The metainformation (s-attributes) to be displayed.

template

A template for formating output.

cpos

A logical value, whether to add cpos as ids in span elements.

cutoff

The maximum number of tokens to reconstruct, to avoid that full text is excessively long.

verbose

A logical value, whether to output messages.

interjections

A logical value, whether to format interjections.

Examples

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use("polmineR")
P <- partition("REUTERS", places = "argentina")
as.markdown(P)
as.markdown(P, meta = c("id", "places"))
if (interactive()) read(P, meta = c("id", "places"))

polmineR documentation built on July 16, 2018, 9:04 a.m.