Use the new R pipe built into R 4.1

The R language has a new, built-in pipe operator as of R version 4.1:  |> %>% is the pipe that most R users know. Originally from the magrittr package, it’s now used in many other packages as well. (If you’re wondering where the magrittr name came from, it’s a reference to Belgian artist Rene Magritte and one of his paintings, The Treachery of Images, that says in French: “This is not a pipe.”) Here’s a somewhat trivial example using the %>% pipe with the mtcars data set and a couple of dplyr functions. This code filters the data for rows with more than 25 mpg and arranges the results by descending miles per gallon:To read this article in full, please click here

Use the new R pipe built into R 4.1
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The R language has a new, built-in pipe operator as of R version 4.1:  |> 

%>% is the pipe that most R users know. Originally from the magrittr package, it’s now used in many other packages as well. (If you’re wondering where the magrittr name came from, it’s a reference to Belgian artist Rene Magritte and one of his paintings, The Treachery of Images, that says in French: “This is not a pipe.”)

Here’s a somewhat trivial example using the %>% pipe with the mtcars data set and a couple of dplyr functions. This code filters the data for rows with more than 25 mpg and arranges the results by descending miles per gallon:

To read this article in full, please click here