# dplyr Use Cases: Non-Interactive Mode

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The current release of dplyr (v 0.4.1) offers lot more flexibility regarding usage of important verbs in non-interactive mode. In this post, I’m exploring different possible use-cases.

- group_by_, select_, rename_:

- filter_:

- mutate_, transmute_, summarise_:

- joins:

For 2 table verbs, there’s no *_join_ function and we don’t need one for general purposes. We can just pass a named vector to by argument. setNames function comes in handy while doing this.

The R Code for the above mentioned use cases is shown below and can also be found on this GitHub Gist.

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