Updated dplyr Examples

September 28, 2014

(This article was first published on fishR » R, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

Over the summer I made two posts about using the dplyr package.  The first was an example of the dplyr verbs applied to fish data.  The second was an example of modifications that I had made to lencat() to work better with dplyr.  Since those posts, the pipe operator in dplyr has changed from %.% to %>%.  Thus, I have updated those posts on RPubs (dplyr example, lencat() example) to reflect that change.

I will make further posts in the near future to illustrate modifications to other functions in FSA to make them work seamlessly with dplyr.

p.s., Future examples will be posted on Rpubs and linked to from this blog.  I am tired of trying to get the R code to look nice in the WordPress blog.

Filed under: R Tagged: Data Manipulation, dplyr, FSA, R

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