If you want to see the piped value at a certain point, just stick a
debug_pipe() call there.
In this example, this will show what's being passed to
summary(), but that's not always enough info.
If you think a specific function is causing problems, use
summary() %>% # Execution will pause and take you into the summary function
If you want to see the results from every step in the pipe, you can debug the
100 %>% # Poke around the insides of the %>% call
rnorm() %>% # More poking
summary() %>% # Still more poking