readr (1.1.1)

Read Rectangular Text Data.

The goal of 'readr' is to provide a fast and friendly way to read rectangular data (like 'csv', 'tsv', and 'fwf'). It is designed to flexibly parse many types of data found in the wild, while still cleanly failing when data unexpectedly changes.

Maintainer: James Hester
Author(s): Hadley Wickham [aut], Jim Hester [aut, cre], Romain Francois [aut], R Core Team [ctb] (Date time code adapted from R), RStudio [cph, fnd], Jukka Jylnki [ctb, cph] (grisu3 implementation), Mikkel Jrgensen [ctb, cph] (grisu3 implementation)

License: GPL (>= 2) | file LICENSE

Uses: hms, R6, Rcpp, tibble, testthat, knitr, stringi, rmarkdown, curl, covr
Reverse depends: cleanNLP, efreadr, MicroDatosEs, MOQA, oec, sim1000G
Reverse suggests: ActisoftR, arkdb, auk, BayesMallows, bigrquery, blorr, cancensus, csvy, cytominer,, descriptr, dplyr, dynutils, ecotox, eechidna, elpatron, enc, epicontacts, epubr, europepmc, europop, fastR2, fivethirtyeight, forcats, fuzzyjoin, getCRUCLdata, ggstatsplot, googleCloudStorageR, gsheet, hipread, httr, hutils, IalsaSynthesis, inferr, kokudosuuchi, leaflet.esri, leaflet.extras, MazamaSpatialUtils, olsrr, opensensmapr, pccc, phonics, piggyback, pollstR, prophet, rakeR, raw, rcongresso, rfm, rio, Rmagic, rmonad, rpdo, rrr, RSocrata, rtweet, spup, ssdtools, stylo, sugrrants, survivALL, sweep, TeXCheckR, tidytext, unpivotr, VarBundle, vegawidget, xplorerr

Released almost 2 years ago.