youtubecaption: Downloading YouTube Subtitle Transcription in a Tidy Tibble Data_Frame

Although there exist some R packages tailored for YouTube API (e.g., 'tuber'), downloading YouTube video subtitle (i.e., caption) in a tidy form has never been a low-hanging fruit. Using 'youtube-transcript-api Python package' under the hood, this R package provides users with a convenient way of parsing and converting a desired YouTube caption into a handy 'tibble' data_frame object. Furthermore, users can easily save a desired YouTube caption data as a tidy Excel file without advanced programming background knowledge.

Version: 0.1.2
Imports: stringr, writexl, reticulate, purrr, magrittr, tibble, dplyr
Suggests: knitr, rmarkdown, covr
Published: 2019-10-28
Author: JooYoung Seo ORCID iD [aut, cre], Soyoung Choi ORCID iD [aut]
Maintainer: JooYoung Seo <jooyoung at psu.edu>
BugReports: https://github.com/jooyoungseo/youtubecaption/issues
License: GPL-3
URL: https://github.com/jooyoungseo/youtubecaption
NeedsCompilation: no
SystemRequirements: Anaconda (https://www.anaconda.com/download/)
Citation: youtubecaption citation info
Materials: README NEWS
CRAN checks: youtubecaption results

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Reference manual: youtubecaption.pdf
Vignettes: youtubecaption_vignette
Package source: youtubecaption_0.1.2.tar.gz
Windows binaries: r-devel: youtubecaption_0.1.2.zip, r-devel-gcc8: youtubecaption_0.1.2.zip, r-release: youtubecaption_0.1.2.zip, r-oldrel: youtubecaption_0.1.2.zip
OS X binaries: r-release: youtubecaption_0.1.2.tgz, r-oldrel: youtubecaption_0.1.2.tgz
Old sources: youtubecaption archive

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