sjPlotting functions now as package available #rstats

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This weekend I had some time to deal with package building in R. After some struggling, I now managed to setup RStudio, Roxygen and MikTex properly so I can compile my collection of R-scripts into a package that even succeeds the package check.

Downloads (package and manual) as well as package description are available at the package information page!

Since the packages successfully passed the package check and a manual could also be created, I’ll probably submit my package to the CRAN. Currently, I’m only able to compile the source and the Windows binaries of the package, because at home I use RStudio on my Mac with OS X 10.9 Mavericks. It seems that there’s an issue with the GNU Tar on Mavericks, which is needed to compile the OS X binaries… I’m not sure whether it’s enough to just submit the source the the CRAN.

Anyway, please check out my package and let me know if you encounter any problems or if you have suggestions on improving the documentation etc.

Open questions

  • How do I write an “ü” in the R-documentation (needed for my family name in author information)? The documentation is inside the R-files, the RD-files are created using Roxygen.
  • How do I include datasets inside an R-package? I would like to include an SPSS-dataset (.sav-File), so I can make the examples of my sji.XYZ functions running… (currently they’re outcommented so the package will compile and pass its check properly)
  • How to include a change log inside R-packages?

Tagged: ggplot, package, R, rstats, RStudio, sjPlot

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