Import Gridsuite data files.
Filename including path if file is not in current working directory. File can also be a complete URL. The fileformat is .dat.
Alternative way to supply the directory where the file is located
repgrid object in case one file and
a list of
repgrid objects in case multiple files are imported.
The developers of Gridsuite have proposed to use an XML scheme as
a standard exchange format for repertory grid data (Walter,
Bacher & Fromm, 2004). This approach is also embraced by the
TODO: The element and construct IDs are not used yet. Thus, if the output should be in different order the current mechanism will cause false assignments.
Walter, O. B., Bacher, A., & Fromm, M. (2004). A proposal for a common data exchange format for repertory grid data. Journal of Constructivist Psychology, 17(3), 247. doi:10.1080/10720530490447167
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## Not run: # using the pop-up selection menu rg <- importGridsuite() # supposing that the data file gridsuite.xml is in the current directory file <- "gridsuite.xml" rg <- importGridsuite(file) # specifying a directory (arbitrary example directory) dir <- "/Users/markheckmann/data" rg <- importGridsuite(file, dir) # using a full path rg <- importGridsuite("/Users/markheckmann/data/gridsuite.xml") # load Gridsuite data from URL rg <- importGridsuite("http://www.openrepgrid.uni-bremen.de/data/gridsuite.xml") ## End(Not run)
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