Tools for Analysing and Visualising Workplace Analytics Data

Opinionated functions that enable easier and faster analysis of Workplace Analytics data. There are three main types of functions in 'wpa': (i) Standard functions create a 'ggplot' visual or a summary table based on a specific Workplace Analytics metric; (2) Report Generation functions generate HTML reports on a specific analysis area, e.g. Collaboration; (3) Other miscellaneous functions cover more specific applications (e.g. Subject Line text mining) of Workplace Analytics data. This package adheres to 'tidyverse' principles and works well with the pipe syntax. 'wpa' is built with the beginner-to-intermediate R users in mind, and is optimised for simplicity.


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1.6.3 by Martin Chan, 7 days ago

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Authors: Martin Chan [aut, cre] , Carlos Morales [aut] , Mark Powers [ctb] , Ainize Cidoncha [ctb] , Rosamary Ochoa Vargas [ctb] , Tannaz Sattari [ctb] , Lucas Hogner [ctb] , Jasminder Thind [ctb] , Simone Liebal [ctb] , Aleksey Ashikhmin [ctb] , Ellen Trinklein [ctb] , Microsoft Corporation [cph]

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Imports dplyr, stats, utils, tidyr, tidyselect, magrittr, purrr, reshape2, ggplot2, ggrepel, scales, htmltools, markdown, rmarkdown, networkD3, DT, tidytext, ggraph, igraph, proxy, ggwordcloud, methods, data.table

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