Interactive tables with sort and filter capabilities can be a good way to explore your data. They’re also handy when you want to share a data set, so other people can do some exploring. The R package DT (for data tables) makes creating such tables easy.
Creating data tables
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First, I loaded two packages: DT and rio for importing data.
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