R Programming: What is Tidyverse?


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  1. ggplot2: Used to create interactive graphs and charts. A must for data visualization purposes.
  2. dplyr: Used to easily handle data manipulation tasks.
  3. tidyr: Used to Format and cleanup data.
  4. readr: Used to quickly read formatted data.
  5. purrr: Add new features to R’s functions and vectors to improve logic and efficiency.
  6. tibble: Uses an improved data frame which promotes code efficiency and code readability.
  7. stringr: Adds additional functionality to work with strings.
  8. forcats: Used to handle categories of variables.




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