Read files created of the statistical spreadsheet 'jamovi' (www.jamovi.org)

read_omv(
  fleInp = "",
  useFlt = FALSE,
  rmMsVl = FALSE,
  sveAtt = TRUE,
  getSyn = FALSE,
  getHTM = FALSE
)

Arguments

fleInp

Name (including the path, if required) of the 'jamovi'-file to be read ("FILENAME.omv"; default: "")

useFlt

Apply filters (remove the lines where the filter is set to 0; default: FALSE)?

rmMsVl

Remove values defined as missing values (replace them with NA; default: FALSE)?

sveAtt

Store attributes that are not required in the data set (if you want to write the same data set using write_omv; default: FALSE)?

getSyn

Extract syntax from the analyses in the 'jamovi'-file and store it in the attribute "syntax" (default: FALSE)?

getHTM

Store index.html in the attribute "HTML" (default: FALSE)?

Value

data frame (can be directly used with functions included in the R-package 'jmv' and syntax from 'jamovi'; also compatible with the format of the R-package "foreign")

Examples

if (FALSE) {
library(jmvReadWrite);
fleOMV <- system.file("extdata", "ToothGrowth.omv", package = "jmvReadWrite");
data <- read_omv(fleInp = fleOMV, getSyn = TRUE);
# if the syntax couldn't be extracted, an empty list - length = 0 - is returned,
# otherwise, the commands are shown and the first analysis is run, with the output
# from the second analysis being assigned to the variable result
if (length(attr(data, "syntax")) >= 1) {
    print(attr(data, "syntax"));
    # the print-function is only used to force devtools::run_examples() to show output
    eval(parse(text=paste0("result = ", attr(data, "syntax")[[1]])));
    # without assigning the output to a variable, the command would be:
    # eval(parse(text=attr(data, "syntax")[[1]]))
    print(names(result));
    print(result$main);
    # -> "main"      "assump"    "contrasts" "postHoc"   "emm"       "residsOV"
    # (the names of the six output tables)
}
}