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Reading Data into R with readr

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In this mini-course, you'll learn several useful features of Hadley Wickham's readr package. First, you'll practice importing and exporting datasets, then learn some more advanced features including functions to help with type conversion.
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  1. 1

    Importing data with readr

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    This chapter covers all the useful readr functions that read data into R.

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    Reading a .csv file
    100 xp
    Reading a .tsv file
    100 xp
    Reading a European .csv
    100 xp
    Read a fixed-width file
    100 xp
    Reading a text file
    100 xp
    Writing .csv and .tsv files
    100 xp
    Writing .rds files
    100 xp
  2. 2

    Parsing data with readr

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    Once you have successfully imported your data, you may need to change the type of one or more columns. This chapter shows you how.

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