Essential dplyr cheat sheet for R

dplyr is awesome for data analysis, specially fast with data frames (hence the “d”). It was release about one year ago in January 2014 by Hadley Wickham. Although really intuitive, dplyr’s syntax is a bit different from base R code so it takes a little bit of time to adjust.

So, while I am slowly trying to do more with dplyr, I found this really good cheat sheet that I wanted to share.

dplyr cheatsheet

The official dplyr reference manual and vignettes are also a great help, everything is really well documented. Introduction to dplyr is a very good way to start!

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