Modular programming in R language

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I'm new to the R language. I was wondering if it is possible to shrink R scripts by packaging sections of it into sub scripts, like modules.

Which is the best way to split data-reading, plotting, designing, exporting, etc in different R modules?
Jan 31 in Data Analytics by Sophie may
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R provides support to create subscripts.

For ex. you can use the 'source' module to source the subscripts.
answered Jan 31 by Tyrion anex
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