Dplyr
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
Hadley Wickham
This release brings improvements to SQL translation, a new way of getting local data into the database, and support for dplyr’s family of row modification functions. Read more ...
2022/06/06
Hadley Wickham
dtplyr 1.2.0 adds three new authors, a bunch of tidyr translations, new join translations, and many minor translation improvements. Read more ...
2021/12/06
Hadley Wickham
We’ve recently released a bunch of improvements to dplyr backends. multidplyr, which allows you to spread work across multiple cores, is now on CRAN. dtplyr adds translations for dplyr 1.0.0 and fixes many bugs. dbplyr 2.1.0 adds translations for many tidyr verbs, gains an author, and has improved across() translations. Read more ...
2021/02/25
Romain Francois
Minor release with major performance improvements for across() and two new functions if_any() and if_all(). Read more ...
2021/02/02
Hadley Wickham
dbplyr 2.0.0 adds missing features from dplyr 1.0.0, numerous improvements to SQL translation (including new Amazon Redshift and SAP HANA backends), and an improved system for extending dbplyr to work with other databases. Read more ...
2020/11/04
Hadley Wickham
dplyr 1.0.0 is now available from CRAN! Read more ...
2020/06/01
Hadley Wickham, Kirill Müller
Learn about two last-minute additions to dplyr 1.0.0: a chattier summarise() with more options for controlling grouping of output, and new row manipulation functions inspired by SQL. Read more ...
2020/05/06
Hadley Wickham
dplyr 1.0.0 is scheduled for release on May 15. This blog post talks about what package maintainers can do to prepare. Read more ...
2020/04/29
Hadley Wickham
dplyr now makes heavy use of vctrs behind the scenes. This brings with it greater consistency and (hopefully!) more useful error messages. Read more ...
2020/04/27