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As of July 5, 2020, UBC’s Zoom account transitioned from U.S-based hosting to Canadian-based hosting. This means no data about you will be stored on servers outside of Canada, so long as you do not create or use an account with Zoom.
Learning Objectives From today’s class, students are anticipated to be able to:
Recognize how to manipulate data through a variety of tibble joins such as: Mutating joins: left_join(), right_join(), full_join(), anti_join() Filtering joins: semi_join(), anti_join() Perform binding: bind_rows(), bind_cols() Joining more than 2 tibbles Joining based on multiple conditions Perform set operations on data: intersect(), union(), setdiff() Joining datasets with different types of variables Parallel Resources This topic parallels the following resources.