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Rethinking the lsr package that accompanies Learning Statistics with R. In the original book, the goal of the package was to provide a few convenient wrapper functions and simplifications that novice users might find handy. A typical reader of the book might be psychology undergraduate students who encountering R, statistics and programming for the first time, and I found the simplifications useful in some cases. The tidylsr package is intended to accompany the next version of Learning Statistics with R, in which the goal is to teach a tidyverse-focused data analysis pipeline. It’s very much a work in progress

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