Most search engines have a "did you mean?" feature, where suggestions are given in the presence of likely typos. The Rdym package somewhat replicates this functionality with ancient spellchecker techniques. When R detects that a function or object listed in the user's input is not found, the package finds the minimum Levenshtein distance between the "unfound" token and all symbols in the user's global environment plus all loaded namespaces. The word with minimum Levenshtein distance (in the event of ties, the first such detected) is then suggested as an alternative to the missing symbol.
|Maintainer||Drew Schmidt <[email protected]>|
|License||BSD 2-clause License + file LICENSE|
|Package repository||View on GitHub|
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