Category: dot pipe

“If You Were an R Function, What Function Would You Be?”

We’ve been getting some good uptake on our piping in R article announcement. The article is necessarily a bit technical. But one of its key points comes from the observation that piping into names is a special opportunity to give general objects the following personality quiz: “If you were an R function, what function would … Continue reading “If You Were an R Function, What Function Would You Be?”

Function Objects and Pipelines in R

Composing functions and sequencing operations are core programming concepts. Some notable realizations of sequencing or pipelining operations include: Unix’s |-pipe CMS Pipelines. F#‘s forward pipe operator |>. Haskel’s Data.Function & operator. The R magrittr forward pipe. Scikit-learn‘s sklearn.pipeline.Pipeline. The idea is: many important calculations can be considered as a sequence of transforms applied to a … Continue reading Function Objects and Pipelines in R