- What Will I Learn?
- What the R ‘pinyin’ package can do for you
- How to Set up the environment which ‘pinyin’ requires.
- How to use the main functions of ‘pinyin’
- Windows/mac/Linux OS
- R environment
- R pinyin package
- RStudio IDE (recommended)
The pinyin package intended to convert Chinese characters into pinyin. However, more demands were called by users. That was why the features of converting to four-corner codes and five-stroke codes (version 98) were added. After my previous update, the utopian moderator @justyy kindly suggested adding the Five-Stroke-86 as well. I totally agree, and I think there could be more.
What features did I add?
- Four times faster for converting.
- At the beginning of the year 2018 I received an issue report by psychelzh about a polyphone error. Now a new pinyin library has been added, which more or less solved the polyphone problem.
- Convert Chinese characters into Sijiao codes (literally four corner code).
- and Wubi codes (literally five-stroke).
- Some minor bugs were fixed.