- Use e-Stat API version 3.0.
estat_getStatsList() has been overhauled. Accordingly, each
function returns the result with different colnames than before. I’m
sorry, but this change was inevitable to fix bugs like #7… For
the details, please see this
- Treat most of parameters as formal arguments. Please be careful if
you use unnamed arguments.
- Use e-Stat API version 2.1, which is released on Jul 14, 2016.
estat_getStatsData() automatically repeats fetching
records when the records are more than the number that can be fetched at
one time (=100,000 records). You can stop this behaviour by specifying
getDataCatalog(), which finds statistical dataset
files (Excel, CSV and PDF) and databases.
- Show license notice on startup.