Tools to Work with Survey Data
Data obtained from surveys contains information not only about the
survey responses, but also the survey metadata, e.g. the original survey
questions and the answer options. The 'surveydata' package makes it easy to
keep track of this metadata, and to easily extract columns with
surveydata 0.2.0 (2017-07-19)
- Supports dplyr verbs, including mutate, filter, arrange and select
- Updated vignette
surveydata 0.1-14 (2013-10-25)
- Added README.md to .Rbuildignore to comply with CRAN
surveydata 0.1-12 (2013-01-05)
- When drop=TRUE, [.surveydata simplifies the results and returns a vector, similar to [.data.frame
surveydata 0.1-10 (2012-12-27)
- Removed XLConnect functions for survey translation, and included in separate surveytranslate package.
- Added vignette.
- First submission to CRAN.
surveydata 0.1-09 (2012-12-27)
- No functional changes.
- Complete overhaul and review of documentation, to get package ready for first release to CRAN.
surveydata 0.1-08 (17/8/2012)
- Added writeQuestionExcel() and readQuestionExcel() for exporting and importing questions for easy translation or recoding.
- Added dropout() to calculate where respondents drop out from survey.
surveydata 0.1-07 (13/7/2012)
- Bug fixes in [.surveydata
- Added warning in as.surveydata() if names and varlabel names don't match.
surveydata 0.1-06 (9/7/2012)
- Added method for [<-.surveydata
surveydata 0.1-05 (29/6/2012)
- Documentation improvements and small issue fixes.
- [.surveydata now uses drop=FALSE by default.
surveydata 0.1-04 (13/5/2012)
- Modified pattern search to have sep and exclude, rather than a regex (as.surveydata, which.q. etc.).
- Merged surveyortools package: encoding and cleandata.
surveydata 0.1-03 (31/10/2011)
- Now imports packages rather than declaring dependencies..
- First alpha release.
- varlabels and varlabels<- to read and modify variable.labels attribute.
- pattern and pattern<- to set regex pattern that defines unique questions.
- qText returns question text using regex patterns.
- extracts subsets with regex patterns using, for example surveydata[, "Q1"].