# Reading 6

## Instructions

Read the following chapters in R for Data Science before the end of the day on September 26:

• All of chapter 10
• In chapter 11, sections 11.1, 11.2, 11.4.2, and 11.5

Chapter 10 provides information about the tibble, the tidyverse re-imagining of base R’s data.frame. The sections from chapter 11 discuss how to use readr to import data from so-called “flat” files.

## Github discussion thread

### To receive a question post credit

Write a post in this thread that contains at least 2 questions you had about this reading before the end of the day on September 27. If you have more than 2 questions, that is okay! This is to help you learn.

Your questions should be written as complete sentences, and make sure that you include enough context in your post that other students will understand what you’re asking about.

### To receive an answer post credit

Read through the questions asked by other students in this thread. Answer one of the questions using full sentences before the end of the day on October 3. When answering the question, tag the student that asked the question by typing @username, replacing the word “username” with their actual Github account name. In addition, tag me @jkglasbrenner and the CDS-101 grader @shuaibm at the top or bottom of your response.