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Create a New Data Frame

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Complete the create a new data frame sections of the data-wrangling-and-analysis-exercises.Rmd file.

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General Data Wrangling and Analysis Resources

Because most material that discusses data wrangling and analysis with the dplyr packges does so in a way that covers all of the verbs discussed in this course, I have chosen not to separate them by lesson. Instead, here are some helpful resources for learning more about all of the tidyverse verbs discussed in this course:

Chapter 5 of R for Data Science

RStudio Cloud primer on working with data

Tidyverse for Beginners by Danielle Navarro

Learning Statistics with R by Danielle Navarro

Introduction to the Tidyverse by Alison Hill

A gRadual intRoduction to data wRangling by Chester Ismay and Ted Laderas

Working in the Tidyverse by Desi Quintans and Jeff Powell

Christine Monnier video tutorials on dplyr

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Abby Isaacson

Abby Isaacson

March 31, 2021

when I try this simple renaming, I get the error (below code): mental_health_over_30 % filter(age >= 30) %>% group_by(gender) %>% summarize(mean_bad_mental_health_days = mean(days_ment_hlth_bad, na.rm = TRUE)) %>% mutate(mean_bad_mental_health_days = round(mean_bad_mental_health_days, digits = 1)) %>% arrange(desc(mean_bad_mental_health_days)) summarise() ungrouping output (override with .groups argument)