# dplyr: Data Manipulation in R

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dplyr is a package for efficient data manipulation based on the grammar of data manipulation by Hadley Wickham. This package is efficient in manipulating data frames, data tables, databases and more. Dr. Dennis Murphy gave an interactive presentation of the elements that make dplyr the go-to package for data munging in R. He also provided Rscripts and other additional resources to get us started.

You can download the package from CRAN using the following command.

*View this code snippet on GitHub.*

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