R Weekly 2018-47 Vulnerability, Tables
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A lesser-known #dplyr 🔧 function: lag(). Use lag() to get the previous value in a vector. The equivalent for getting the next value is lead(). I've not used them often, but when I have they've saved me from writing horrible workarounds! #rstats #tidyverse pic.twitter.com/b29Bwbymzr— Nic Crane (@nic_crane) November 16, 2018
#rstats folks: did you know enclosing assignments inside parentheses will also print the object's value to the console? One area this can be useful is when assigning #ggplot2 objects: Eg:— John Lewis (@_jrlewi) November 15, 2018
(p <- ggplot(...) + ...)
will assign and display your plot in one line.
What are your favourite non-tidyverse #rstats packages? I ❤️ #kableExtra by @haozhu233. It allows you to get a really fine degree of customisation on both LaTeX and HTML tables, and wins bonus points for having excellent documentation! 😻https://t.co/H3urFGgZYh pic.twitter.com/5tGrrWejAj— We are R-Ladies (@WeAreRLadies) November 16, 2018