wrapr 2.0.0 is now up on CRAN. This means the := variant of unpack is now easy to install. Please give it a try!
We have some really nifty upcoming enhancements to wrapr unpack/to.
For the next version of the R package wrapr we are going to be removing a number of under-used functions/methods and classes. This update will likely happen in March 2020, and is the start of the wrapr 2.* series. Most of the items being removed are different abstractions for helping […]
wrapr 1.9.6 is now up on CRAN. We unfortunately usually forget to say this. A big thank you to the staff and volunteers at CRAN.
One reason we are developing the wrapr to/unpack methods is the following: we wanted to spruce up the R vtreat interface a bit.
I would like to introduce an exciting feature in the upcoming 1.9.6 version of the wrapr R package: value unpacking.
We’ve been getting some good uptake on our piping in R article announcement. The article is necessarily a bit technical. But one of its key points comes from the observation that piping into names is a special opportunity to give general objects the following personality quiz: “If you were an […]
We forgot to say: R Journal Volume 10/2, December 2018 is out! A huge thanks to the editors who work very hard to make this possible. And big “thank you” to the editors, referees, and journal for helping improve, and for including our note on pipes in R.
Recently Hadley Wickham prescribed pronouncing the magrittr pipe as “then” and using right-assignment as follows: I am not sure if it is a good or bad idea. But let’s play with it a bit, and perhaps readers can submit their experience and opinions in the comments section.