I would like to include an example dataset (of
metadata) in an
R Package I'm writing.
I downloaded an example data.frame using the
Twitter API and saved it as
.RData (with the corresponding .
R data description file) in my package.
When I run
R CMD Check, I get the following NOTE,
* checking data for non-ASCII characters ... NOTE Note: found 287 marked UTF-8 strings
I tried saving the
ASCII=TRUE, hoping this would fix the problem. But it persists. Any idea on how I can get
R CMD CHECK to run without notes?
(also, I would be open to removing all
UTF-8 marked strings from the example data if that's the solution). Thank you!
example row from data.frame:
First time in SF (@ San Francisco International Airport (SFO) - @flysfo in San Francisco, CA) https://t.co/1245xqxtwesr favorited favoriteCount replyToSN created truncated replyToSID id replyToUID 1 FALSE 0 <NA> 2015-03-13 23:30:35 FALSE <NA> 576525795927179264 <NA> statusSource screenName retweetCount isRetweet retweeted 1 <a href="http://foursquare.com" rel="nofollow">Foursquare</a> my_name93 0 FALSE FALSE longitude latitude 1 -122.38100052 37.61865062