Tidyverse Cheat Sheet For Beginners

The tidyverse is a powerful collection of R packages that you can use for data science. They are designed to help you to transform and visualize data. All packages within this collection share an underlying philosophy and common APIs.

As you might know, DataCamp recently launched the Introduction to the Tidyverse course together with David Robinson, Data Scientist at Stack Overflow.

Now, DataCamp has created a tidyverse cheat sheet for beginners that have already taken the course and that still want a handy one-page reference or for those who need an extra push to get started on discovering this popular collection of packages. You must have already run into packages such as ggplot2 and dplyr, so this cheat sheet will definitely come in handy!

It’s a quick guide through the basics of manipulating and visualizing your data the powerful tools that the tidyverse has to offer in R!

You can find the cheat sheet here.

The tidyverse cheat sheet will guide you through some general information on the tidyverse, and then covers topics such as useful functions, loading in your data, manipulating it with dplyr and lastly, visualize it with ggplot2.

In short, everything that you need to kickstart your data science learning with R!

Do you want to learn more? Also check out and star the Exploratory Data Analysis in R: Case Study course, also taught by David Robinson, for free now!

Also, don’t miss out on our data.table cheat sheet for data manipulation in R and our other cheat sheets for data science.

Originally published at www.datacamp.com.