This function lists all the conflicts between packages in the massdataset and other packages that you have loaded.

massdataset_conflicts()

Value

massdataset conflicts

Details

There are four conflicts that are deliberately ignored: intersect, union, setequal, and setdiff from dplyr. These functions make the base equivalents generic, so shouldn't negatively affect any existing code.

Examples

massdataset_conflicts()
#> ── Conflicts ──────────────────────────────────────── massdataset_conflicts() ──
#>  tibble::add_column()     masks massdataset::add_column()
#>  massdataset::apply()     masks base::apply()
#>  methods::body<-()        masks base::body<-()
#>  massdataset::colMeans()  masks base::colMeans()
#>  massdataset::colSums()   masks base::colSums()
#>  dplyr::filter()          masks massdataset::filter(), stats::filter()
#>  massdataset::intersect() masks base::intersect()
#>  methods::kronecker()     masks base::kronecker()
#>  dplyr::lag()             masks stats::lag()
#>  massdataset::rowMeans()  masks base::rowMeans()
#>  massdataset::rowSums()   masks base::rowSums()