I very often find myself wondering whether there is a tidyverse alternative to some base R function. Of course, there will often be no one-to-one match. But my experience has been that, with certain exceptions (e.g. the map function for nested loops) tidyverse functions tend to work better with one another than with base R functions. But because I am still more familiar with base R functions, especially for vector and matrix operations (as opposed to data frames, which I now manipulate almost entirely in the tidyverse) I often see a way of doing something with base R without immediately knowing if a tidyverse alternative is available.
Also, I have not found any quick way of finding out whether such an alternative exists, especially for base R functions which are common words. Try Googling "tidyverse which," for instance. I don't want to spend a large amount of time searching, not only out of general efficiency concerns, but also because there are many cases for which there is no tidyverse alternative, so I could search forever without finding anything.
I would note that searches in the opposite direction rarely present any problem. Hadley is pretty good about mentioning base R alternatives to his functions, especially in his books and vignettes. But base R documentation is rarely helpful in this way.
Does anyone know is anyone has attempted such a base R - tidyverse dictionary, or thesaurus, or crosswalk, or whatever yo call it? And if not, has anyone found a good quick way of identifying tidyverse alternatives or near-equivalents, starting with the base R function?