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Wordcloud warnings

bryan.mac24
Hi,

I am having trouble understanding why I am getting this warning and how to fix it. I don’t have any of these functions in my script..

This is the warning:

warning messages:
1: in tm_map.simplecorpus(corpus, tm::removepunctuation) : transformation drops documents
2: in tm_map.simplecorpus(corpus, function(x) tm::removewords(x, tm::stopwords())) : transformation drops documents
3: in tm_map.simplecorpus(corpus, tm::removepunctuation) : transformation drops documents
4: in tm_map.simplecorpus(corpus, function(x) tm::removewords(x, tm::stopwords())) : transformation drops documents
5: in tm_map.simplecorpus(corpus, tm::removepunctuation) : transformation drops documents
6: in tm_map.simplecorpus(corpus, function(x) tm::removewords(x, tm::stopwords())) : transformation drops documents


This is the script:

     if (runtype=="native") {
        words <- Corpus(VectorSource(test123b[,2]))
        wordcloud(words, min.freq = minfreq, max.words=300, random.order = FALSE ,colors=brewer.pal(9,"Reds")[0:-3])
       
      }   else {
        wordcloud((as.character(test123[,2])), min.freq = minfreq, max.words=300, random.order = FALSE ,colors=brewer.pal(9,"Reds")[0:-3])
       
      }
     

Best,
Bryan
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Re: Wordcloud warnings

John Kane-3
Hi Brian,
i think we may need a bit more information. It looks like you are doing
some text mining; can you tell us what libraries you have loaded and
perhaps provide us with some sample data?
And an example of what you are doing?

See the links below for some suggestions

 http://adv-r.had.co.nz/Reproducibility.html

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/5963269/how-to-make-a-great-r-reproducible-example




On Sat, 23 May 2020 at 02:53, Bryan Mac <[hidden email]> wrote:

> Hi,
>
> I am having trouble understanding why I am getting this warning and how to
> fix it. I don’t have any of these functions in my script..
>
> This is the warning:
>
> warning messages:
> 1: in tm_map.simplecorpus(corpus, tm::removepunctuation) : transformation
> drops documents
> 2: in tm_map.simplecorpus(corpus, function(x) tm::removewords(x,
> tm::stopwords())) : transformation drops documents
> 3: in tm_map.simplecorpus(corpus, tm::removepunctuation) : transformation
> drops documents
> 4: in tm_map.simplecorpus(corpus, function(x) tm::removewords(x,
> tm::stopwords())) : transformation drops documents
> 5: in tm_map.simplecorpus(corpus, tm::removepunctuation) : transformation
> drops documents
> 6: in tm_map.simplecorpus(corpus, function(x) tm::removewords(x,
> tm::stopwords())) : transformation drops documents
>
>
> This is the script:
>
>      if (runtype=="native") {
>         words <- Corpus(VectorSource(test123b[,2]))
>         wordcloud(words, min.freq = minfreq, max.words=300, random.order =
> FALSE ,colors=brewer.pal(9,"Reds")[0:-3])
>
>       }   else {
>         wordcloud((as.character(test123[,2])), min.freq = minfreq,
> max.words=300, random.order = FALSE ,colors=brewer.pal(9,"Reds")[0:-3])
>
>       }
>
>
> Best,
> Bryan
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>


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John Kane
Kingston ON Canada

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