An Introduction To seplyr

Kevin Feasel

2017-12-15

R

John Mount guest blogs on the Revolutions blog about seplyr:

seplyr is an R package that supplies improved standard evaluation interfaces for many common data wrangling tasks.

The core of seplyr is a re-skinning of dplyr‘s functionality to seplyr conventions (similar to how stringr re-skins the implementing package stringi).

Read on for a couple of examples of where seplyr can make it easier for you to program with than dplyr.

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