Filter multiple values on a string column in dplyr

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One of the columns in my data.frame contains character data. I'd like to filter the data using multiple choices. a frame derived from the same column Is there a simple way to accomplish this that I'm overlooking?
Jun 14 in Data Science by Avinash
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The filter() function is used to select situations and filter out results depending on filtering criteria.

filter (syntax) (df, condition)

Parameters:

df: Dataframe object

condition: depending on this condition, filtering
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