tidymodels library uses dplyr, but I want (it) to use tidytable instead

Both dplyr and tidytable have many of the same function names. I would like tidytable to override dplyr. How can I make this possible?

On start-up , loading tidytable after dplyr is loaded should work.

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You can use the {conflicted} package to be explicit about your preferences:


conflict_prefer_all(winner = "tidytable",
                    quiet = TRUE)
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