Mutate a skim_dfSource:
dplyr::mutate() currently drops attributes, but we need to keep them around
for other skim behaviors. Otherwise the behavior is exactly the same. For
more information, see https://github.com/tidyverse/dplyr/issues/3429.
skim_df, which behaves like a
Name-value pairs of expressions, each with length 1 or the same length as the number of rows in the group, if using
dplyr::group_by(), or in the entire input (if not using groups). The name of each argument will be the name of a new variable, and the value will be its corresponding value. Use
dplyr::mutate()to drop a variable. New variables overwrite existing variables of the same name.
The arguments in
...are automatically quoted with
rlang::quo()and evaluated with
rlang::eval_tidy()in the context of the data frame. They support unquoting rlang::quasiquotation and splicing. See
vignette("programming", package = "dplyr")for an introduction to these concepts.
skim_df object, which also inherits the class(es) of the input
data. In many ways, the object behaves like a
dplyr::mutate() for the function's expected behavior.