fs_new_article is a wrapper around many other rfigshare commands to provide convenient posting.

fs_new_article(title, description, type = c("dataset", "figure", "media",
  "poster", "paper", "fileset"), authors = NA, categories = NA,
  tags = NA, links = NA, files = NA, visibility = c("draft",
  "private", "public"), session = fs_get_auth())

Arguments

title

for the article, see fs_create for details.

description

of the article, see fs_create for details.

type

one of: dataset, figure, media, poster, or paper, see fs_create for details.

authors

Orded list of authors for the article, see fs_add_authors for details

categories

list of categories or category id numbers, see fs_add_categories for details.

tags

list of tags, see fs_add_tags for details.

links

list of links to add, see fs_add_links for details

files

path to the files to add, see fs_upload for details

visibility

one of "draft", "private" or "public". A draft document can still be edited and modified. A public document is visible to everyone and cannot be deleted (though additional authors to the work can still "claim" their authorship).

session

(optional) credentials, see link{fs_auth}

Value

article id

References

http://api.figshare.com

See also

Examples

if (FALSE) { write.csv(mtcars, "mtcars.csv") id <- fs_new_article(title="A Test of rfigshare", description="This is a test of the fs_new_article function and related methods", type="dataset", authors=c("Karthik Ram", "Scott Chamberlain"), tags=c("ecology", "openscience"), categories="Ecology", links="http://ropensci.org", files="mtcars.csv", visibility="private") }