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Sign up using Facebook. If the lookup table is more than two columns, it’s an update join, which doesn’t exist in dplyr for now.
Sign a or log in Sign up using Google. Post as a guest Name. Tidyverse solution answer much preferred. Does the coalesce approach only work with NA and not other kinds of missingness like empty strings?
FL Florida AZ Arizona 4: For now, you can build it manually. An empty string is data in R, like an integer 604–5 of 0.
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There’s currently no one-shot for trying to coalesce more than one column which can be done by using a lookup table approach within ifelse is. The OP has stated to prefer a “tidyverse” solution.
Email Required, but never shown. However, update joins are already available with the data. This is such a common operation! This question marked as duplicate, though link does not go to tidy solution. Similar questions do not seem to have tidy solutions.
AR Arkansas 5: Picking 6045 Alistaire’s and Nettle’s suggestions and transforming into a working solution.