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Oct 2017
Heidi Seibold
@HeidiBaya_twitter
Oct 11 2017 11:27
Hi there, I'm Heidi and was on a call with Jo and Serah last week. I was just checking out the R package and was wondering if that is still being developed
I also opened an issue :) frictionlessdata/datapackage-r#5
jobarratt
@jobarratt
Oct 11 2017 11:38
hi @HeidiBaya_twitter and welcome! Thank you for your input. The R Package is still being developed. @kleanthisk10 is is leading on this. @roll perhaps you could run your eyes over this as well.
Heidi Seibold
@HeidiBaya_twitter
Oct 11 2017 11:47
Thanks @jobarratt for the quick answer
I also have a couple of questions about the case study form
I added question marks at each question I don't understand
You have access to that form right @jobarratt ?
Serah Njambi Rono
@serahrono
Oct 11 2017 11:54
@HeidiBaya_twitter having a look at your questions in the case study doc just now, will respond to you there :)
Heidi Seibold
@HeidiBaya_twitter
Oct 11 2017 11:58
Perfect, thanks
jobarratt
@jobarratt
Oct 11 2017 12:01
@HeidiBaya_twitter the ROpenSci one is old, and due to be replaced by the work @kleanthisk10 is doing now as the official implimentation.
i'm not sure about the others but perhaps @roll or @callmealien have some more info
roll
@roll
Oct 11 2017 12:26
@HeidiBaya_twitter The development of official R libraries are happening here - https://github.com/okgreece/tableschema-r and https://github.com/okgreece/datapackage-r
But datapackage is not really ready
Heidi Seibold
@HeidiBaya_twitter
Oct 11 2017 12:27
What's the difference between the two?
roll
@roll
Oct 11 2017 12:29
First one is implementation of Table Schema specification and second one for Data Package specification. For end-user datapackage-r is more relevant.
Heidi Seibold
@HeidiBaya_twitter
Oct 11 2017 12:30
Ok thanks. Maybe you want to consider updating the website http://frictionlessdata.io/tools/#r
Should I open an issue?
roll
@roll
Oct 11 2017 12:32
Thanks. We'll update when the official package will be ready to use. For now I suppose the best option is https://github.com/christophergandrud/dpmr. Hopefully R developers could provide more details cc @kleanthisk10
Kleanthis
@kleanthisk10
Oct 11 2017 12:39
Hello @HeidiBaya_twitter i'm working on these two R libraries. I'll be happy to provide more details if you need.
abhiraaj
@abhiraaj
Oct 11 2017 18:03
Hi Guys