audited 1.9

Automatic Tracing and Display of Changes to Row Count

Released Sep 20, 2014 by Tim Bergsma

This package cannot yet be used with Renjin it depends on other packages which are not available: metrumrg 5.55


metrumrg 5.55 igraph 0.7.1

Classifies a data.frame such that row deletions and additions are tracked. A mechanism exists to give formal names to the row subsets that are coming or going. These names are used to populate a directed graph giving an account of all the transactions contributing to the state of the data.frame. The generic as.audited() has a method for keyed data.frames that creates an audited data.frame. Methods exist that track row count changes for the generics: Ops, !, ^, |, [, subset, head, tail, unique, cast, melt, aggregate, and merge. audit() extracts the transaction table from the audited object, while write.audit() and read.audit() control exchange with the file system. An audit method for as.igraph() creates a graph object that can be displayed with the corresponding plot method. Use options(audit= ) to provide an extra level of classification. Use options(artifact=TRUE) and as.xlsx() to save dropped records to file.



View GitHub Mirror

Release History