Jonathan Keane

Jonathan Keane

6 packages on CRAN

dittodb

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Testing and documenting code that communicates with remote databases can be painful. Although the interaction with R is usually relatively simple (e.g. data(frames) passed to and from a database), because they rely on a separate service and the data there, testing them can be difficult to set up, unsustainable in a continuous integration environment, or impossible without replicating an entire production cluster. This package addresses that by allowing you to make recordings from your database interactions and then play them back while testing (or in other contexts) all without needing to spin up or have access to the database your code would typically connect to.

knitr

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Provides a general-purpose tool for dynamic report generation in R using Literate Programming techniques.

crunch

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The Crunch.io service <https://crunch.io/> provides a cloud-based data store and analytic engine, as well as an intuitive web interface. Using this package, analysts can interact with and manipulate Crunch datasets from within R. Importantly, this allows technical researchers to collaborate naturally with team members, managers, and clients who prefer a point-and-click interface.

crunchy

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To facilitate building custom dashboards on the Crunch data platform <https://crunch.io/>, the 'crunchy' package provides tools for working with 'shiny'. These tools include utilities to manage authentication and authorization automatically and custom stylesheets to help match the look and feel of the Crunch web application. The package also includes several gadgets for use in 'RStudio'.

crplyr

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In order to facilitate analysis of datasets hosted on the Crunch data platform <https://crunch.io/>, the 'crplyr' package implements 'dplyr' methods on top of the Crunch backend. The usual methods 'select', 'filter', 'group_by', 'summarize', and 'collect' are implemented in such a way as to perform as much computation on the server and pull as little data locally as possible.

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There are a lot of different typical tasks that have to be solved during phonetic research and experiments. This includes creating a presentation that will contain all stimuli, renaming and concatenating multiple sound files recorded during a session, automatic annotation in 'Praat' TextGrids (this is one of the sound annotation standards provided by 'Praat' software, see Boersma & Weenink 2020 <https://www.fon.hum.uva.nl/praat/>), creating an html table with annotations and spectrograms, and converting multiple formats ('Praat' TextGrid, 'ELAN', 'EXMARaLDA', 'Audacity', subtitles '.srt', and 'FLEx' flextext). All of these tasks can be solved by a mixture of different tools (any programming language has programs for automatic renaming, and Praat contains scripts for concatenating and renaming files, etc.). 'phonfieldwork' provides a functionality that will make it easier to solve those tasks independently of any additional tools. You can also compare the functionality with other packages: 'rPraat' <https://CRAN.R-project.org/package=rPraat>, 'textgRid' <https://CRAN.R-project.org/package=textgRid>.