Collection of functions dealing with labelled data, like reading and writing data between R and other statistical software packages like 'SPSS', 'SAS' or 'Stata', and working with labelled data. This includes easy ways to get, set or change value and variable label attributes, to convert labelled vectors into factors or numeric (and vice versa), or to deal with multiple declared missing values.
This package contains utility functions that are useful when working with labelled data (especially intended for people coming from 'SPSS', 'SAS' or 'Stata' and/or who are new to R).
Basically, this package covers reading and writing data between other statistical packages (like 'SPSS') and R, based on the haven and foreign packages; hence, this package also includes functions to make working with labelled data easier. This includes easy ways to get, set or change value and variable label attributes, to convert labelled vectors into factors or numeric (and vice versa), or to deal with multiple declared missing values.
To install the latest development snapshot (see latest changes below), type following commands into the R console:
To install the latest stable release from CRAN, type following command into the R console:
In case you want / have to cite my package, please use
citation('sjlabelled') for citation information.
dplyr::select_helperswere updated to
convert_case()from call to package snakecase
clm-objects from package ordinal,
polr-objects from package MASS and
Zelig-relogit-objects from package Zelig.
...-argument to pass down further arguments to
convert_case()is now exported, for usage in other packages as well.
protect-argument from internal case conversion (affects
get_dv_labels()), in preparation for forthcoming snakecase-package update.
lbl_df()due to changes in the internals of
as_factor()to convert labelled vectors into factors, preserving labels.
brmsfit-objects from package
get_term_labels()now includes variable names for factors with numeric factor levels only (and not only return the numeric level as term label).
xwas a character vector and argument
sjlabelledno longer requires R version 3.3.3 or higher.
case-argument, to convert labels into any case, using the snakecase-package.
get_dv_labels()to retrieve term labels from regression models.
use.labels-argument to use value labels as new values if these are numeric.