you used Google sheets for data manipulation.  In week 4, you learned how to use Tidyverse for data manipulation. 
Compare the use of Googlesheets and Tidyverse for data manipulation.  Be specific about how you can do specific data manipulation tasks in Tidyverse and how these tasks can be done in Googlesheets.
Review the Tidyverse cheat sheet for a summary of data manipulation commands.  This cheat sheet will also be useful for the practice problems and other assignments/projectsR For Data Science Cheat Sheet
Tidyverse for Beginners

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The tidyverse is a powerful collection of R packages that are actually
data tools for transforming and visualizing data. All packages of the
tidyverse share an underlying philosophy and common APIs.

The core packages are:

• ggplot2, which implements the grammar of graphics. You can use it
to visualize your data.

• dplyr is a grammar of data manipulation. You can use it to solve the
most common data manipulation challenges.

• tidyr helps you to create tidy data or data where each variable is in a
column, each observation is a row end each value is a cell.

• readr is a fast and friendly way to read rectangular data.

• purrr enhances R’s functional programming (FP) toolkit by providing a
complete and consistent set of tools for working with functions and
vectors.

• tibble is a modern re-imaginging of the data frame.

• stringr provides a cohesive set of functions designed to make
working with strings as easy as posssible

• forcats provide a suite of useful tools that solve common problems
with factors.

You can install the complete tidyverse with:

Then, load the core tidyverse and make it available in your current R
session by running:

Note: there are many other tidyverse packages with more specialised usage. They are not
loaded automatically with library(tidyverse), so you’ll need to load each one with its own call
to library().

ggplot2

> install.packages(“tidyverse”)

> iris %>% Select iris data of species
filter(Species==”virginica”) “virginica”
> iris %>% Select iris data of species
filter(Species==”virginica”, “virginica” and sepal length
Sepal.Length > 6) greater than 6.

dplyr

Filter

> library(tidyverse)

Useful Functions

Arrange

Mutate

Summarize

> tidyverse_conflicts() Conflicts between tidyverse and other
packages
> tidyverse_deps() List all tidyverse dependencies
> tidyverse_logo() Get tidyverse logo, using ASCII or unicode
characters
> tidyverse_packages() List all tidyverse packages
> tidyverse_update() Update tidyverse packages

Loading in the data
> library(datasets) Load the datasets package
> library(gapminder) Load the gapminder package
> attach(iris) Attach iris data to the R search path

filter() allows you to select a subset of rows in a data frame.

> iris %>% Sort in ascending order of




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