Kirill Müller
tibble 3.0.0 is on CRAN now! Tibbles are a modern reimagining of the data frame, keeping what time has shown to be effective, and throwing out what is not, with nicer default output too! This article describes the latest major release and provides an outlook on further developments Read more ...
Hadley Wickham
A new across() function makes it much easier to apply the same operation to multiple columns. It supersedes the _if(), _at(), and _all() function variants. Read more ...
Hadley Wickham
select() and rename() can now select by position, name, function of name, type, and any combination thereof. A new relocate() function makes it easy to change the position of columns. Read more ...
Hadley Wickham
Hadley Wickham
In summarise(), a single summary expression can now create both multiple rows and multiple columns. This significantly increases its power and flexibility. Read more ...
Gábor Csárdi
A minor roxygen2 release with some new features Read more ...
Hadley Wickham
This post focusses on the idea of the “function lifecycle” which helps you understand where functions in dplyr are going. Particularly important is the idea of a “superseded” function. A superseded function is not going away, but we no longer recommend using it in new code. Read more ...
Thomas Lin Pedersen
The next iteration of ggplot2 has just been released on CRAN, packed with new features and bug fixes. Read all about what’s new here. Read more ...
Mara Averick
Announcing the release of forcats 0.5.0 on CRAN. Read more ...
Emil Hvitfeldt
themis 0.1.0 is now available on CRAN. Provides additional steps for recipes to deal with unbalanced data. Read more ...