splitstackshape: Stack and Reshape Datasets After Splitting Concatenated Values

Online data collection tools like Google Forms often export multiple-response questions with data concatenated in cells. The concat.split (cSplit) family of functions splits such data into separate cells. The package also includes functions to stack groups of columns and to reshape wide data, even when the data are "unbalanced"---something which reshape (from base R) does not handle, and which melt and dcast from reshape2 do not easily handle.

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AuthorAnanda Mahto
Date of publication2014-10-23 17:31:07
MaintainerAnanda Mahto <ananda@mahto.info>

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charMat Man page
concatenated Man page
concat.split Man page
concat.split.compact Man page
concat.split.expanded Man page
concat.split.list Man page
concat.split.multiple Man page
concat.test Man page
cSplit Man page
cSplit_e Man page
cSplit_f Man page
cSplit_l Man page
expandRows Man page
FacsToChars Man page
getanID Man page
listCol_l Man page
listCol_w Man page
merged.stack Man page
Names Man page
NoSep Man page
numMat Man page
othernames Man page
read.concat Man page
Reshape Man page
splitstackshape Man page
splitstackshape-package Man page
Stacked Man page
stratified Man page

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