Virtual Middlebury

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dplyr is a package for making tabular data manipulation easier by using a limited set of functions that can be combined to extract and summarize insights from your data. It pairs nicely with tidyr which enables you to swiftly convert between different data formats (long vs. wide) for plotting and analysis.

In this lesson, participants will learn:
* How to select specific observations, variables, and/or values from a dataset
* How to combine multiple commands into a single command
* How to create new columns or remove existing columns from a dataset
* How to reformat a dataframe to meet your needs

Participants should have basic familiarity with R. If you are completely new to R, please be sure to attend the Introduction to R workshop on June 22, 2021.

Please register for this free workshop at

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Contact Organizer

Kemp, Jonathan
(802) 443-2265