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Example from dplyr:
> data_frame, data_frame_, as_data_frame, lst, lst_, add_row, type_sum, glimpse, frame_data, tribble, tibble, as_tibble, trunc_mat, tbl_sum
> contains, ends_with, everything, matches, num_range, one_of, starts_with
I assumed alphabetic order and clicked on "tibble" when I wanted to click "tribble". Perhaps we could turn this into a bullet list, ordered alphabetically and grouped by help page?
- as_tibble, as_data_frame
- data_frame, data_frame_, lst, lst_, tibble
- tribble, frame_data
- type_sum, glimpse,
- contains, ends_with, everything, matches, num_range, one_of, starts_with
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I looked into this a bit — it's not too hard to do, but it's a bit fiddly and requires looking up the alias, and I don't think it's particularly important. So I'm going to settle for just ordering alphabetically.
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