Hadley Wickham’s dplyr tutorial at useR! 2014, Part 2

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Part 2 of the dplyr tutorial is now available! Hadley will be covering Grouped Mutate/Filter, Joins, Do, and Databases. (You can find Part 1 of the tutorial here.)

For our viewers who have just discovered the wonders of R, keep in mind that this tutorial was filmed in early July of 2014. As R packages naturally update over time (well, depending on the programmers!), please make sure to check Hadley’s Github for the latest changes to the dplyr package.

If you have questions or comments about the tutorial, dplyr, or R, feel free to ask them here on the DSLA blog and we’ll do our best to address questions via comments. Don’t forget about Twitter and StackOverflow which are handy references as usual. Thanks for watching, and good luck!

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