dplyr Tricks

Kevin Feasel

2017-03-09

R

Bruno Rodrigues shares a few lesser-known tricks in R’s dplyr package:

Removing unneeded columns

Did you know that you can use - in front of a column name to remove it from a data frame?

There are a few good tricks in here.  H/T R Bloggers.

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