“c_cs_alpha.pdf” was downloaded from https://www.deadiversion.usdoj.gov/schedules/orangebook/c_cs_alpha.pdf on 2020-09-08
“DIR-020-17 Drug Slang Code Words.pdf” was downloaded from https://www.dea.gov/ on 2020-09-08 but the full path (
documents/2017/05/01) no longer exists. We believe the original file can be found here: https://www.dea.gov/sites/default/files/2018-07/DIR-020-17%20Drug%20Slang%20Code%20Words.pdf. Note that the file name was changed to remove the spaces (which appear as
%20) in the link above.
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library(readr) # read_delm s <- read_delim("../inst/extdata/slangUE.txt", "~", escape_double = FALSE, col_names = c("category", "brand", "slang"), col_types = cols( category = col_character(), brand = col_character(), slang = col_character()), trim_ws = TRUE) library(tidyr) # for separate_rows() library(stringr) #str_squish suppressPackageStartupMessages(library(dplyr)) # mutate %>% dea_street_names <- separate_rows(s, slang, sep = ";") %>% mutate(slang = str_squish(slang)) %>% distinct() # Blaze listed twice in Synthetic Cannabinoids