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Non-standard evaluation and programming with the tidyverse

Non-standard evaluation and programming with the tidyverse: Learning the R Tidyverse
Non-standard evaluation and programming with the tidyverse: Learning the R Tidyverse

Select() uses non-standard evaluation in order that the names of columns from the left-hand side may be operated on in the right-hand side of the %>%. They're are often referred to as "bare" or "naked" column names, as opposed to their index.

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