Coalesce In R With wrapr

John Mount shows off an infix operator for coalescing data in R:

coalesce is a classic useful SQL operator that picks the first non-NULLvalue in a sequence of values.

We thought we would share a nice version of it for picking non-NA R with convenient operator infix notation wrapr::coalesce().

Click through for an example.

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