R - any_vars and all_vars() functions

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Where to use all_vars and any_vars() in dplyr functions? Which functions can take these functions as arguements to check condition?
Aug 7 in Data Analytics by chitra
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Hi, Chaitra

The main difference between them is all_vars() check if the condition is satisfied for all variables whereas any_vars() checks if any field satisfies the condition.

Both the variables can be used with dplyr functions such as filter,select and summarize.
answered Aug 25 by anonymous
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