Posts
Emil Hvitfeldt
Tidyclust is on CRAN. tidyclust provides a common interface for specifying clustering models, in the same style as parsnip. Read more ...
2022/12/06
Hadley Wickham
It’s been a long three years but a new version of stringr is now on CRAN! This release includes a bunch of small but useful new functions and some increased consistency with the rest of the tidyverse. Read more ...
2022/12/05
Edgar Ruiz
Model Calibration is coming to tidymodels. This post covers the new plotting functions, and our plans for future enhancements. Read more ...
2022/11/29
Davis Vaughan
dplyr 1.1.0 is coming soon! This post introduces some of the exciting new features coming in 1.1.0, and includes a call-for-feedback as we finalize the release. Read more ...
2022/11/28
Thomas Lin Pedersen
ggplot2 3.4.0 is now on CRAN. Read all about the (mostly internal) changes that make up this release. Read more ...
2022/11/07
Max Kuhn
Our post-RStudio conference productivity has been high! This post talks about tidymodels updates from the last few months. Read more ...
2022/10/19
Lionel Henry and Hadley Wickham
tidyselect 1.2.0 hit CRAN last week and includes a few updates to the syntax of selections in tidyverse functions. Read more ...
2022/10/18
Simon Couch
parsnip 1.0.2 includes a number of changes to how the package checks model specifications, improving error messages and tightening integration with its extension packages. Read more ...
2022/10/03
Thomas Lin Pedersen
Using another package as a dependency is a two-way street, but the expectations can be murky. This blog post guides you towards becoming a stellar reverse dependency. Read more ...
2022/09/29
Mara Averick
Davis Vaughan’s talk from rstudio::conf(2022) on clock, an R package that aims to provide comprehensive and safe handling of date-times. Read more ...
2022/09/28