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Nifty Upcoming Enhancements to unpack/to

We have some really nifty upcoming enhancements to wrapr unpack/to.

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wrapr 1.9.6 is now up on CRAN

wrapr 1.9.6 is now up on CRAN.

We unfortunately usually forget to say this. A big thank you to the staff and volunteers at CRAN.

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Why we wrote wrapr to/unpack

One reason we are developing the wrapr to/unpack methods is the following: we wanted to spruce up the R vtreat interface a bit.

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Using unpack to Manage Your R Environment

In our last note we stated that unpack is a good tool for load R RDS files into your working environment. Here is the idea expanded into a worked example.

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unpack Your Values in R

I would like to introduce an exciting feature in the upcoming 1.9.6 version of the wrapr R package: value unpacking.

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