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Tag: dplyr

Creating a cumulative sum column with_order in R

I’m working alongside a SQL tutorial using queryparser and tidyquery in R. This has been going well until I was asked to do: Tidyquery reported that it did not support OVER functions so I am trying to replicate the OVER (PARTITION BY…) function with dplyr. This led me to with_order(order_by =… in dplyr. Now I’m struggling with getting the fun

How can I translate this SQL code to R script using dplyr?

I’m currently working on a project and I want to summarize a column from a joined table twice. SQL code is this: …and the result is this: Database tables are as shown here: I hope that I have provided all the information needed. Question: How can I have the same result in R by only using dplyr library? Table names

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