References

How to Cite

When using stringi in research publications, please cite [Gag21] as specified below. Thank you.

Bibliography

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J.E.F. Friedl. Mastering Regular Expressions. O'Reilly, 2006.

Gag21

M. Gagolewski. stringi: Fast and portable character string processing in R. Journal of Statistical Software, 2021. to appear.

Hoc19

T.D. Hocking. Comparing namedCapture with other R packages for regular expressions. The R Journal, 11/2:328–346, 2019.

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Wic10

H. Wickham. stringr: Modern, consistent string processing. The R Journal, 2(2):38–40, 2010.

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H. Wickham and G. Grolemund. R for Data Science. O'Reilly, 2017.

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Y. Xie. Dynamic Documents with R and knitr. Chapman and Hall/CRC, 2015.