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allow `vis_dat` and `vis_miss` to use variable names with spaces #3

njtierney opened this Issue Feb 1, 2016 · 2 comments


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njtierney commented Feb 1, 2016

Just a little note here for now. I'll add in some reproducible code soon, but basically I have some new data I read in with readxl::read_excel() that has variables named with spaces in them.

Normally these are handled with backticks - e.g., a bad variable name, but it looks like aes_string() doesn't really like that.

As an important feature of visdat is to visualise data when it is hot off the presses, it should be able to handle poorly named variables.


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njtierney commented Mar 6, 2016

I'm just journalling my thoughts as I go here so I don't forget.

This is an important issue that I'd like to address before release to CRAN.

Perhaps the next feature to work on would be incorporating expectations, as in #15, and this would be next in line, before I start the process of tidying up all of the package warnings/notes for CRAN release.


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njtierney commented Apr 22, 2016

vis_dat now accepts variables with spaces in their names 3db5175

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