- I would like to make a less than 10 line reproducible example for my
if_else()problem from my May 9, 2021 post: Not sure why R’s if_else() fails! R type system misunderstanding? Misunderstanding of NA?
- I bet it’s my misunderstanding and not a tidyverse or R bug!
- Here are the links:
- Discovered May 24, 2021.Stack Overflow:Can dplyr package be used for conditional mutating? <– case_when, if_else, ifelse, na_if, see also handling NA in if_else in r and dplyr if_else() vs base R ifelse()