pipe: Pipe statements

Description Usage Arguments Examples

Description

Like dplyr and ggvis gmailr also uses the pipe function, \%>\% to turn function composition into a series of imperative statements.

Usage

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lhs %>% rhs

Arguments

lhs, rhs

A visualisation and a function to apply to it

Examples

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# Instead of
gm_to(gm_mime(), 'someone@somewhere.com')
# you can write
gm_mime() %>% gm_to('someone@somewhere.com')

gmailr documentation built on Aug. 23, 2019, 5:06 p.m.