Presentation of the purrr package

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A presentation of the purrr package

R is a functional programming language. purrr is a package of the tidyverse that enhances the toolkit of R's functional programming. In other words, purrr makes it easy to perform repetitive operations on subsets of your data. For instance, purrr provides functions that elegantly and efficiently replace for loops. This will be an interactive tutorial that provides a broad overview of the capabilities of this package.


Doors open at 6:15pm. Food will be served. Meeting starts at 6:30pm.

Refreshments provided by the UF Informatics Institute

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