## File: JSONtoDF.Rd

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 123456789101112131415161718192021222324252627282930313233 % Generated by roxygen2 (4.0.1): do not edit by hand \name{JSONtoDF} \alias{JSONtoDF} \title{Read a link-node structured JSON file into R as two data frames.} \source{ Part of the idea for the command comes from mropa's comment on StackExchange: \url{http://stackoverflow.com/questions/4227223/r-list-to-data-frame}. } \usage{ JSONtoDF(jsonStr = NULL, file = NULL, array) } \arguments{ \item{jsonStr}{a JSON object to convert. Note if \code{jsonStr} is specified, then \code{file} must be \code{NULL}.} \item{file}{character string of the JSON file name. Note if \code{file} is specified, then \code{jsonStr} must be \code{NULL}.} \item{array}{character string specifying the name of the JSON array to extract. (JSON arrays are delimited by square brackets).} } \description{ \code{JSONtoDF} reads a JSON data file into R and converts part of it to a data frame. } \details{ \code{JSONtoDF} is intended to load JSON files into R and convert them to data frames that can be used to create network graphs. The command converts the files into R lists and then extracts the JSON array the user would like to make into a data frame. }