base + plyr = bplyr
Run basic functions of
tidyr with only base
Disclaimer: this is experimental, use deliberately and with caution.
Previously called noplyr
When could this package be useful?
- Non DBI related data manipulations
- Continuous integration
- Low package dependency workflows or products
All functions in bplyr mimic specific functions in dplyr and tidyr, and have a trailing prefix b_* to them. so arrange is b_arrange and so forth.
This has been done as to not create namespace conflicts with dplyr or tidyr, as this package does not try to replace the intended full features of those packages, but create light weight, fast installing alternatives when applicable.
data.frame(package = c('rlang','dplyr','tidyr'), stringsAsFactors = FALSE)%>% bplyr::b_group_by(package)%>% bplyr::b_mutate(version = as.character(packageVersion(package)))%>% knitr::kable()
freebase : A ‘usethis’-esque Package for Base R Versions of ‘tidyverse’ Code
tbltools: Tools for Working with Tibbles
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