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incase: Pipe-Friendly Vector Replacement with Case Statements

Offers a pipe-friendly alternative to dplyr::case_when() and dplyr::if_else(). These functions accept a vector as an optional first argument, allowing conditional statements to be built using the magrittr dot operator. The functions also coerce all possible outputs to the same type, meaning you no longer have to worry about using specific typed variants of NA or explicitly declaring integer outputs.

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Copyright

incase includes code from dplyr, which is licensed under the MIT License:

Copyright (c) 2013-2019 RStudio and others.

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  • incase
  • incase-package
Documentation reproduced from package incase, version 0.1.0, License: MIT + file LICENSE

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