Kirill Müller, Hadley Wickham
Tibbles are a modern reimagining of the data frame, keeping what time has shown to be effective, and throwing out what is not, with nicer default output too! This article showcases the changes in the most recent version. Read more ...
Lorenz Walthert, Kirill Müller
styler, a package that can format your code according to the tidyverse style guide, is now on CRAN. Read more ...
Advice on workflows for developing R scripts. How to think about whether an action belongs in the script or elsewhere. Read more ...
withr 2.1.0 is now available on CRAN. Read more ...
A new version of the tidyverse package is now on CRAN. Read more ...
A new version of lubridate is on CRAN! Read more ...
glue 1.2.0 is now available on CRAN. glue is designed to make it easy to interpolate (“glue”) your data into strings. Read more ...
This summer I had the great fortune to accept the ggplot2 internship baton and spend ten weeks developing new features and fixing bugs in ggplot2. Read more ...
Lucy D'Agostino McGowan
Over the past several months I have been working with Jenny Bryan on the googledrive package. I wanted to share a bit about the process and some things I learned along the way. While brainstorming this post, I went back through my GitHub commits to remind myself of the journey - it turns out they do a rather good job of showing the scope of this! Read more ...
We have updated tidyselect to revert a behaviour introduced in tidyr 0.7.0. Read more ...
The first release of googledrive is now on CRAN. Operate on Google Drive files from R. Read more ...
The next installment of tidyr is finally on CRAN! This version brings tidy eval to a crucial component of the tidyverse workflow. Read more ...
A new version of purrr is on CRAN! It features a new family of generic mappers, a tool for tidy plucking of deep data structures, and many other features and fixes. Read more ...
Contributing code to open source projects can be intimidating. These projects are often widely used and have well known maintainers. Contributing code and having it accepted seems an almost insurmountable task. However if you follow a few simple strategies you can have your code accepted into even the most popular projects in the tidyverse. Read more ...
Welcome to the new and improved tidyverse website. We are working hard to make tidyverse.org the place to go to learn the tidyverse and to keep up to date with it as it evolves. Read more ...
San Diego, CA
Jan 31-Feb 2
rstudio::conf 2018 covers all things RStudio, including workshops to teach you the tidyverse, and talks to show you the latest and greatest features.