Data Manipulation Using dplyr

September 29, 2014

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This post is my slidify-based presentation on dplyr, a package that provides tools for data manipulation. The idea for this came from a tutorial created by Kevin Markham on this package. After a link to my first presentation on this based on a dataset used in that tutorial (which is also used in R-studio’s introduction to dplyr) went on twitter, Hadley Wickham suggested a revision using different datasets from package nycflights13, flights that departed NYC in 2013. The following was created in response to his feedback. The link to the code for anyone to tweak can be found in my GitHub account.

Click below this section of the page and press the right and left arrows to flip through the presentation.

Data Manipulation Using dplyr was originally published by Vivek Patil at Adventures in Analytics and Visualization on September 30, 2014.

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