Using datapasta To Paste Spreadsheet Data In R

Kevin Feasel

2018-11-01

R

Mara Averick shows us how we can use datapasta with RStudio to create good representative examples when asking questions:

So, you’ve been asked to make a reprex and you want to include a bit of data that you have in a spreadsheet. Meet {datapasta}, a package by Miles McBain that can make your life a whole lot easier. Once you’ve installed datapasta, you simply copy a selected number of rows from your spreadsheet (remember, this is a minimal reproducible example), and click the Paste as tribble option from the DATAPASTA section of the Addins dropdown

Click through for a demo.

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