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Let X=X in R

Our article "Let’s Have Some Sympathy For The Part-time R User" includes two points:

  • Sometimes you have to write parameterized or re-usable code.
  • The methods for doing this should be easy and legible.

The first point feels abstract, until you find yourself wanting to re-use code on new projects. As for the second point: I feel the wrapr package is the easiest, safest, most consistent, and most legible way to achieve maintainable code re-use in R.

In this article we will show how wrapr makes code-rewriting even easier with its new let x=x automation.


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wrapr: for sweet R code

This article is on writing sweet R code using the wrapr package.


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My recent BARUG talk: Parametric Programming in R with replyr

I want to share an edited screencast of my rehearsal for my recent San Francisco Bay Area R Users Group talk: