Regular Expression Cheat Sheets

Kevin Feasel

2017-09-21

Data, R

Mara Averick shows off a collection of regular expression guides:

There are helpful string-related R packages 📦, stringr (which is built on top of the more comprehensive stringi package) comes to mind. But, at some point in your computing life, you’re gonna need to get down with regular expressions.

And so, here’s a collection of some of the Regex-related links I’ve tweeted 🐦:

Click through for links to regular expression resources.

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