fx_write-family will cover the transformation of semantic data to
human-readable documents. The idea behind this is the fact that semantic data
is more likely to be changed manually. From the perspective of version
control, this means that changes can most easily be tracked if one either
codes these decision or makes the files human-accessible. These formats are
also easier to work with for non-programmers so that, after a short
introduction, they can change this information, as well. Reviewing changes
via version control is transparent in this mode.
fx_change will be
concerned with making change of semantical data available to non-programmers
in the future.
either a metaframe or an object with attribute metaframe
The path specifying the folder of the different objects
A name-value pair of the name of the file and the respective columns that are to be saved in that file
specify your own reader for the resulting
A list of additional parameters for
fx_write_json: exports to a json format via
Currently, only a json format is implemented. This format represents a good
compromise between flexibility and readability. However, it is advised to
make certain that the retrieval via
fx_read() yields the same data. Due to
the sparse specification that comes with readability for non-programmers,
some tweaks in the retrieval function might have to be added. If
grouped, a sub-folder will be created for every grouping variable. In order
to ensure that the folders are approriately named, we remove or replace the
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