Author: Sam Albers
“tidyhydat is a new rOpenSci package that provides a standard method of accessing Environment and Climate Change Canada’s Water Survey of Canada data sources using a consistent and easy to use interface that employs tidy data principles. … One of the best things about learning R is that no matter your skill level, there is always someone who can benefit from your experience.”
In this post, the package author, Sam Albers, outlines five things he learned when the tidyhydat package was reviewed by rOpenSci and gives an example of package use.
Read the post here https://ropensci.org/blog/2018/01/16/tidyhydat/