Learning R through a mini game part 3

This is my third post on learning R through the BetaBit package, which contains three mini games for learning R. I wrote about the first game, called proton, late last year and the second game, called frequon, a week and a half ago. The third game is called regression and it's much more statistical than the other two. I actually couldn't complete the last task of the game, so if you know how to approach it, please let me know!

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Learning R through a mini game

Just last night I found this educational mini game written in R and decided to have a go at it:

I completed it but as I alluded to in my tweet, not in a very elegant manner. This post is on using the dplyr package in R to solve some of the problems. If you want to give the game a go first, then stop reading now.

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