We’re excited to announce that r2dii.data is now on CRAN.
Because both financial institutions and market data providers keep their data private, this package provides fake, public data to enable the development and use in R of PACTA (Paris Agreement Capital Transition Assessment) – a free tool that calculates the alignment between financial assets and climate scenarios (https://2degrees-investing.org/).
Install r2dii.data with:
And use it with:
data_dictionary provides metadata about all datasets in r2dii.data.
# Optional: Use tibble to print nice data frames library(tibble) data_dictionary #> # A tibble: 63 x 4 #> dataset column typeof definition #> <chr> <chr> <chr> <chr> #> 1 ald_demo ald_timestamp charac… Date at which asset data was pul… #> 2 ald_demo country_of_dom… charac… Country where company is registe… #> 3 ald_demo emission_factor double Company level emission factor of… #> 4 ald_demo is_ultimate_li… logical Flag if company is the listed ul… #> 5 ald_demo is_ultimate_ow… logical Flag if company is the ultimate … #> 6 ald_demo name_company charac… The name of the company owning t… #> 7 ald_demo number_of_asse… integer Number of assets of a given tech… #> 8 ald_demo plant_location charac… Country where asset is located #> 9 ald_demo production double Company level production of the … #> 10 ald_demo production_unit charac… The units that production is mea… #> # … with 53 more rows
- Use the package tibble to automatically print nice data frames.
- Explore all datasets at the website of r2dii.data, under the tab Reference.
utils::View()in RStudio to search, sort, and filter keywords.
We look forward to your feedback.