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  1. A modern re-imagining of the data frame

    R 571 119

  2. Non-invasive pretty printing of R code

    R 589 63

  3. cynkra/dm Public

    Working with relational data models in R

    R 418 38

  4. r-dbi/DBI Public

    A database interface (DBI) definition for communication between R and RDBMSs

    R 249 68

  5. Wings for your R packages: Streamline the process of versioning R packages and updating NEWS

    R 159 10

  6. A curated list of amazingly awesome R vector classes

    90 13

Contribution activity

September 2022

Created 2 repositories

Created a pull request in igraph/rigraph that received 12 comments

Failure with stochastic test

Noticed with parallel testing. Should we, for now, set a seed where this failure doesn't occur? Seed 1 seems fine.

+3 −1 12 comments
Opened 32 other pull requests in 8 repositories
tidyverse/tibble 5 open 12 merged 1 closed
igraph/rigraph 1 closed 4 merged
r-lib/rlang 3 merged
cynkra/dm 2 merged
r-lib/pillar 1 open
tidyverse/dbplyr 1 open
r-dbi/RSQLite 1 merged
tidyverse/dplyr 1 merged

Created an issue in r-lib/rlang that received 5 comments

Calling abort() from an assignment operator or function

Is there a way to get a nice error call just like with the non-assignment version? `[.foo` <- function(x, i, ...) { rlang::abort("Single bracket.") }

Opened 6 other issues in 5 repositories

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