qdap 2.1.1 Released

August 2, 2014

(This article was first published on TRinker's R Blog » R, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

We’re very pleased to announce the release of qdap 2.1.1


This is the latest installment of the qdap package available at CRAN. Several important updates have occurred since we last blogged about the 1.3.1 release (demoing Version 1.3.1), most notable:

  1. Text checking that simplifies and standardizes (includes spell checking and a Cleaning Text & Debugging Vignette
  2. Added many plot methods including animated and network plotting
  3. Improved tm package compatibility
  4. The Introduction to qdap .Rmd vignette has been moved to an internal directory to save CRAN space and time checking the package source. The user may use the build_qdap_vignette function directly to build the vignette
  5. qdap officially begins utilizing the testthat package for unit testing
  6. qdapTools splits off of qdap with non-text specific tools
  7. New text analysis and processing functions

To install use:


Changes up to qdap Version 2.1.1

A complete list of changes since Version 1.3.1 can be found in the NEWS.md found HERE

Future Focus

As the focus of my own research and dissertation has moved toward the graphical analysis of discourse, qdap will reflect this shift. We plan to demonstrate some of the features of qdap that have been added since our last blog article (demoing Version 1.3.1) via a series of small blog articles over the next month.

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