authors_georef: Extracts the lat and long for each address from authors_clean

Description Usage Arguments Details Examples

View source: R/authors_georef.R

Description

authors_georef This function takes the final author list from refine_authors, and calculates the lat long of the addresses. It does this by feeding the addresses into data science toolkit. In order to maximize effectiveness and mitigate errors in parsing addresses We run this multiple times creating addresses in different ways in hopes that the data science toolkit can recognize an address 1st. University, city, zipcode, country 2nd. City, zipcode, country 3rd. city, country 4th. University, country

Usage

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authors_georef(data, address_column = "address")

Arguments

data

dataframe from 'authors_refine()'

address_column

name of column in quotes where the addresses are

Details

The output is a list with three data.frames addresses is a data frame with all information from refine_authors plus new location columns and calculated lat longs. missing addresses is a data frame with all addresses could not be geocoded addresses is a data frame like addresses except the missing addresses are gone.

Examples

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## Not run: 
BITR_georef_df <- authors_georef(BITR_refined, address_column='address')

## End(Not run)

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