Published: February 6, 2021
If you’ve been using R for a while, you’ve likely accumulated a hodgepodge of useful code along the way. Said hodgepodge might include functions you source into multiple projects; bits and bobs that you copy and paste where needed; or code that solved a particularly esoteric problem and will never be applicable elsewhere, but you still enjoy revisiting sometimes. We all do it. If you’re anything like me, your personal library of code has grown gradually and haphazardly.