get_stopwords

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Get a tidy data frame of a single stopword lexicon

Get a specific stop word lexicon via the stopwords packages's stopwords function, in a tidy format with one word per row.

Usage
get_stopwords(language = "en", source = "snowball")
Arguments
language

The language of the stopword lexicon specified as a two-letter ISO code, such as "es", "de", or "fr". Default is "en" for English. Use stopwords_getlanguages from stopwords to see available languages.

source

The source of the stopword lexicon specified. Default is "snowball". Use stopwords_getsources from stopwords to see available sources.

Value

A tibble with two columns, word and lexicon. The parameter lexicon is "quanteda" in this case.

Aliases
  • get_stopwords
Examples
# NOT RUN {
library(dplyr)
get_stopwords()
get_stopwords(source = "smart")
get_stopwords("es", "snowball")
get_stopwords("ru", "snowball")

# }
Documentation reproduced from package tidytext, version 0.2.0, License: MIT + file LICENSE

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