Besides the complete dataset
repairs with 48,669 entries, I have also added four compiled datasets on
tablets with additional information about fault types.
The goal of the
repairData package is
Eventually, these datasets should help to extend the reach to commercial repairers and others collecting repair data. This data will be used to tell stories about the positive impacts of repair and to inform advocacy. Together, we can make a stronger case for more easily repairable devices.
You can install the released version of repairData from CRAN with:
And the development version from GitHub with:
# install.packages("devtools") devtools::install_github("petzi53/repairData")
After loaded the package you have access to all datasets with the data() function.
The following table stems from the documentation of the Open Repair Data Standard (ORDS Version 0.21). (In the last column, I report my changes to the variable type of some columns according to the ORDS
|Title||Field name||Type||R Data Type|
|ID||id||Unique identifier from the partner organisation. Does not have to be unique across all partner data.||character|
|Partner category||partner_product_category||Option from partner codelist.||character|
|Product category||product_category||Option from ORDS product category codelist.||factor|
|Year of manufacture||year_of_manufacture||Year. YYYY.||character*|
|Problem||problem||Free text. Personal data should be removed, e.g. email addresses.||character|
|Repair status||repair_status||Option from ORDS repair status codelist.||factor|
|Repair barrier||repair_barrier_if_end_of_life||Option from ORDS repair barrier codelist. Optional. Only relevant where repair_status = “End of life”.||factor|
|Group identifier||group_identifier||String. Unique. A unique identifier across all partners that can identify the group responsible for the repair.||factor|
|Event date||event_date||Date. YYYY-MM-DD format. The date of the repair event that the repair took place at.||Date|
|Data provider||data_provider||Option from ORDS codelist. Name of partner organisation.||factor|
|Country||country||String. 3 letter ISO code, e.g. “GBR”.||factor|
|Record date||record_date||Date. YYYY-MM-DD format. The date that the record was last updated.||Date|