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dbplyr 1.1.0

June 27, 2017
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dbplyr 1.1.0

I’m pleased to announce the release of the dbplyr package, which now contains all dplyr code related to connecting to databases. This shouldn’t affect you-as-a-user much, but it makes dplyr simpler, and makes it easier to release improvements just for database related code. You can install the latest version of dbplyr with: install.packages("dbplyr") DBI and

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bigrquery 0.4.0

June 26, 2017
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bigrquery 0.4.0

I’m pleased to announce that bigrquery 0.4.0 is now on CRAN. bigrquery makes it possible to talk to Google’s BigQuery cloud database. It provides both DBI and dplyr backends so you can interact with BigQuery using either low-level SQL or high-level dplyr verbs. Install the latest version of bigrquery with: install.packages("bigrquery") Basic usage Connect to

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dplyr 0.7.0

June 13, 2017
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dplyr 0.7.0

I’m pleased to announce that dplyr 0.7.0 is now on CRAN! (This was dplyr 0.6.0 previously; more on that below.) dplyr provides a “grammar” of data transformation, making it easy and elegant to solve the most common data manipulation challenges. dplyr supports multiple backends: as well as in-memory data frames, you can also use it

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dplyr 0.6.0 coming soon!

April 13, 2017
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dplyr 0.6.0 coming soon!

I’m planning to submit dplyr 0.6.0 to CRAN on May 11 (in four weeks time). In preparation, I’d like to announce that the release candidate, dplyr 0.5.0.9002 is now available. I would really appreciate it if you’d try it out and report any problems. This will ensure that the official release has as few bugs

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tidyverse updates

April 12, 2017
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tidyverse updates

Over the couple of months there have been a bunch of smaller releases to packages in the tidyverse. This includes: forcats 0.2.0, for working with factors. readr 1.1.0, for reading flat-files from disk. stringr 1.2.0, for manipulating strings. tibble 1.3.0, a modern re-imagining of the data frame. This blog post summarises the most important new

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roxygen2 6.0.0

February 1, 2017
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roxygen2 6.0.0

roxygen2 6.0.0 is now available on CRAN. roxygen2 helps you document your packages by turning specially formatted inline comments into R’s standard Rd format. It automates everything that can be automated, and provides helpers for sharing documentation between topics. Learn more at http://r-pkgs.had.co.nz/man.html. Install the latest version with: install.packages("roxygen2") There are two headline features in this

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ggplot2 2.2.0

November 15, 2016
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ggplot2 2.2.0

I’m very pleased to announce ggplot2 2.2.0. It includes four major new features: Subtitles and captions. A large rewrite of the facetting system. Improved theme options. Better stacking. It also includes as numerous bug fixes and minor improvements, as described in the release notes. The majority of this work was carried out by Thomas Pederson, who I

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svglite 1.2.0

November 14, 2016
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svglite 1.2.0

Today we are pleased to release a new version of svglite. This release fixes many bugs, includes new documentation vignettes, and improves fonts support. You can install svglite with: install.packages("svglite") Font handling Fonts are tricky with SVG because they are needed at two stages: When creating the SVG file, the fonts are needed in order

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Call for rstudio::conf lightning talks

October 18, 2016
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Call for rstudio::conf lightning talks

We are excited to announce that submissions for lightning talks at rstudio::conf are now open! Lightning talks are short (5 minute) high energy presentations that give you the chance to talk about an interesting project that you’ve tackled with R. Short talks, or demos of your R code, R packages, and shiny apps are great

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haven 1.0.0

October 5, 2016
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haven 1.0.0

I’m pleased to announce the release of haven. Haven is designed to faciliate the transfer of data between R and SAS, SPSS, and Stata. It makes it easy to read SAS, SPSS, and Stata file formats in to R data frames, and makes it easy to save your R data frames in to SAS, SPSS,

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