resamplr - R package cross-validation, bootstrap, permutation, and rolling window resampling techniques for the tidyverse

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The resamplr package provides functions that implement resampling methods including the bootstrap, jackknife, random test/train sets, k-fold cross-validation, leave-one-out and leave-p-out cross-validation, time-series cross validation, time-series k-fold cross validation, permutations, rolling windows. These functions generate data frames with resample objects that work with the modelling pipeline of modelr and the tidyverse. The resamplr package includes functions to generate data frames of lazy resample objects, as introduced in the tidyverse modelr package. The resample class stores the a "pointer" to the original dataset and a vector of row indices. The object can be coerced to a dataframe with as.data.frame and the row indices with as.integer.

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