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README.md

Hadleyverse

This package is deprecated. Please use https://github.com/hadley/tidyverse instead.

An R package that just attaches Hadley Wickham's packages.

Written by Tony Boyles, but come on, seriously, Hadley Wickham did all the work.

Installation

# install.packages("devtools")
library("devtools")
install_github("aaboyles/hadleyverse")

Use

library("hadleyverse") 
# All of the Hadleyverse is now available in your environment
# No need to call library("plyr"), etc!

detach("package:hadleyverse")
# All of the Hadleyverse has been removed from your environment again

What Happens

When you install an R Package, R checks the DESCRIPTION file for dependencies. If you have unmet dependencies, R tries to install them from CRAN. Then, whenever you load the package, R makes those dependencies available. This package just "depends on" everything Hadley Wickham has published to CRAN, despite the fact that it doesn't do anything. Here are the packages it loads:

  1. plyr
  2. ggplot2
  3. dplyr
  4. tidyr
  5. readr
  6. haven
  7. lubridate
  8. stringr
  9. readxl
  10. devtools
  11. xml2
  12. testthat
  13. assertthat

NOTE

Detaching this package automatically detaches all of its dependencies. So after you detach the Hadleyverse, you'll have to attach the packages you need again.

This is a silly package that started out as a practical joke. Don't use it for anything important.