This function is deprecated and will be removed in the next major release.
texts(x, groups = NULL, spacer = " ") texts(x) <- value
grouping variable for sampling, equal in length to the number
of documents. This will be evaluated in the docvars data.frame, so that
docvars may be referred to by name without quoting. This also changes
previous behaviours for
when concatenating texts by using
character vector of the new texts
texts, a character vector of the texts in the corpus.
texts <-, the corpus with the updated texts.
texts <-, a corpus with the texts replaced by
Get or replace the texts in a corpus, with grouping options.
Works for plain character vectors too, if
groups is a factor.
groups will be used for concatenating the texts based on shared
groups, without any specified order of aggregation.
You are strongly encouraged as a good practice of text analysis
workflow not to modify the substance of the texts in a corpus.
Rather, this sort of processing is better performed through downstream
operations. For instance, do not lowercase the texts in a corpus, or you
will never be able to recover the original case. Rather, apply
tokens_tolower() after applying
tokens() to a
corpus, or use the option
tolower = TRUE in