Advanced R Solutions (Malte Grosser, et al)

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Advanced R Solutions (Malte Grosser, et al)

The exercises from Hadley Wickham's book Advanced R are solved in this book (Edition 2). It is a work in progress that is actively being developed. We hope to include most of the solutions in the second printing of Advanced R.

This book's source code is available on GitHub. We appreciate your PRs and recommendations.

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About the Authors
Adjunct Professor at Stanford University and the University of Auckland, member of the R Foundation, and chief scientist at RStudio is Hadley Wickham. He is the principal developer of the tidyverse, a set of R tools for data research that includes ggplot2 and dplyr.
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