Tidy Evaluation with rlang Cheat Sheet

May 31, 2019

Tidy Evaluation (Tidy Eval) is a framework for doing non-standard evaluation in R that makes it easier to program with tidyverse functions. Non-standard evaluation, better thought of as “delayed evaluation,” lets you capture a user’s R code to run later in a new environment or against a new data frame. The tidy evaluation framework is implemented by the rlang package and used by functions throughout the tidyverse. Updated 11/18.

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