Easy comparison of two tabular data objects in R. Specifically designed to show differences between two sets of data in a useful way that should make it easier to understand the differences, and if necessary, help you work out how to remedy them. Aims to offer a more useful output than all.equal() when your two data sets do not match, but isn't intended to replace all.equal() as a way to test for equality.
|Author||Rob Noble-Eddy [aut, cre], Sarah Johnston [aut], Sarah Pollicott [aut], Merlijn van Horssen [aut], Lukas Drapal [ctb], Nikolaos Perrakis [ctb], Nikhil Thomas Joy [ctb], Shahriar Asta [ctb], Karandeep Lidher [ctb], Dan Kellett [ctb], Kevin Chisholm [ctb], Laura Joy [ctb], Fergus Wadsley [ctb], Heather Hackett [ctb], David Robinson [ctb], Cheryl Renton [ctb], Matt Triggs [ctb], Krishan Bhasin [ctb], Carola Deppe [ctb], Ruijing Li [ctb], John Swift [ctb]|
|Date of publication||2018-09-19 08:40:03 UTC|
|Maintainer||Rob Noble-Eddy <[email protected]>|
|License||Apache License 2.0 | file LICENSE|
|Package repository||View on CRAN|
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