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You can do this using reprex.

As mt1022 noted, "... good package for producing minimal, reproducible example is "reprex" from tidyverse".

According to Tidyverse:

The goal of "reprex" is to package your problematic code in such a way that other people can run it and feel your pain.

An example is given on tidyverse web site.

library(reprex)
y <- 1:4
mean(y)
reprex() 

I think this is the simplest way to create a reproducible example.

The one-step example is given on tidyverse web site.

You can do this using reprex.

As mt1022 noted, "... good package for producing minimal, reproducible example is "reprex" from tidyverse".

According to Tidyverse:

The goal of "reprex" is to package your problematic code in such a way that other people can run it and feel your pain.

I think this is the simplest way to create a reproducible example.

The one-step example is given on tidyverse web site.

You can do this using reprex.

As mt1022 noted, "... good package for producing minimal, reproducible example is "reprex" from tidyverse".

According to Tidyverse:

The goal of "reprex" is to package your problematic code in such a way that other people can run it and feel your pain.

An example is given on tidyverse web site.

library(reprex)
y <- 1:4
mean(y)
reprex() 

I think this is the simplest way to create a reproducible example.

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You can do this using reprex.

As mt1022 noted, "... good package for producing minimal, reproducible example is "reprex" from tidyverse".

According to Tidyverse:

The goal of "reprex" is to package your problematic code in such a way that other people can run it and feel your pain.

I think this is the simplest way to create a reproducible example.

The one-step example is given on tidyverse web site.

You can do this using reprex.

As mt1022 noted, "... good package for producing minimal, reproducible example is "reprex" from tidyverse".

According to Tidyverse:

The goal of "reprex" is to package your problematic code in such a way that other people can run it and feel your pain.

I think this is the simplest way to create a reproducible example.

You can do this using reprex.

As mt1022 noted, "... good package for producing minimal, reproducible example is "reprex" from tidyverse".

According to Tidyverse:

The goal of "reprex" is to package your problematic code in such a way that other people can run it and feel your pain.

I think this is the simplest way to create a reproducible example.

The one-step example is given on tidyverse web site.

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Get help withYou can do this using "reprex"reprex !.

As mt1022 notedmt1022 noted, "... good package for producing minimal, reproducible example is "reprex" from tidyverse".

According to Tidyverse:

The goal of "reprex" is to package your problematic code in such a way that other people can run it and feel your pain // tidyverse.

Maybe it'sI think this is the simplest way to create a reproducible example.

Get help with "reprex" !

As mt1022 noted "... good package for producing minimal, reproducible example is "reprex" from tidyverse".

The goal of "reprex" is to package your problematic code in such a way that other people can run it and feel your pain // tidyverse.

Maybe it's the simplest way to create a reproducible example.

You can do this using reprex.

As mt1022 noted, "... good package for producing minimal, reproducible example is "reprex" from tidyverse".

According to Tidyverse:

The goal of "reprex" is to package your problematic code in such a way that other people can run it and feel your pain.

I think this is the simplest way to create a reproducible example.

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