I would like to once again recommend our readers to our note on wrapr::let(), an R function that can help you eliminate many problematic NSE (non-standard evaluation) interfaces (and their associate problems) from your R programming tasks. The idea is to imitate the following lambda-calculus idea: let x be y […]
The rquery R package has several places where the user can ask for what they have typed in to be substituted for a name or value stored in a variable. This becomes important as many of the rquery commands capture column names from un-executed code. So knowing if something is […]
wrapr 1.6.2 is now up on CRAN. We have some neat new features for R users to try (in addition to many earlier wrapr goodies).
We are pleased to announce that seplyr version 0.5.8 is now available on CRAN. seplyr is an R package that provides a thin wrapper around elements of the dplyr package and (now with version 0.5.8) the tidyr package. The intent is to give the part time R user the ability […]
Our article "Let’s Have Some Sympathy For The Part-time R User" includes two points: Sometimes you have to write parameterized or re-usable code. The methods for doing this should be easy and legible. The first point feels abstract, until you find yourself wanting to re-use code on new projects. As […]