In 1978 Susan Easton Black penned an article in the Ensign title Even statistically, he is the dominant figure of the Book of Mormon. which makes some statistical claims about the Book of Mormon. With our “string” skills we are going to check her result and build an improved statistic using using number of words between references.
This reading will help you complete the tasks below.
.csvfile that was in the zip file and examine the structure of the data
read_rds(gzcon(url("https://byuistats.github.io/M335/data/BoM_SaviorNames.rds")))to download and load the Savior names table into R
.Rmdfile with 1-2 paragraphs summarizing your graphic that shows how the distance between Savior names is distributed across the Book of Mormon
.htmlfile into your git repository
# To get the standard works data scriptures <- rio::import("http://scriptures.nephi.org/downloads/lds-scriptures.csv.zip") # to get the Savior names bmnames <- read_rds(gzcon(url("https://byuistats.github.io/M335/data/BoM_SaviorNames.rds"))) # your script might use the following functions stringr::str_detect() stringr::str_locate_all() stringr::str_replace_all() stringr::str_extract_all() stringi::stri_stats_latex()