# Updated dplyr Examples

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Over the summer I made two posts about using the `dplyr`

package. The first was an example of the `dplyr`

verbs applied to fish data. The second was an example of modifications that I had made to `lencat()`

to work better with `dplyr`

. Since those posts, the pipe operator in `dplyr`

has changed from `%.%`

to `%>%`

. Thus, I have updated those posts on RPubs (`dplyr`

example, `lencat()`

example) to reflect that change.

I will make further posts in the near future to illustrate modifications to other functions in `FSA`

to make them work seamlessly with `dplyr`

.

p.s., Future examples will be posted on Rpubs and linked to from this blog. I am tired of trying to get the R code to look nice in the WordPress blog.

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