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The development version of my new
seplyr is performing in practical applications with
0.7.* much better than even I (the
seplyr package author) expected.
I think I have hit a very good set of trade-offs, and I have now spent significant time creating documentation and examples.
I wish there had been such a package weeks ago, and that I had started using this approach in my own client work at that time. If you are already a
dplyr user I strongly suggest trying
seplyr in your own analysis projects.
Please see here for details.