On https://www.tidyverse.org/packages/ you can find lines like:
Install all the packages in the tidyverse by running
Because the line says all the packages, I read this as meaning "Tidyverse packages are only the ones that are installed with
I am confused by the increasing number of package logos that use the hexagon. I have always interpreted the hexagon as saying "this package is a part of the tidyverse," but many (great) packages that use hexagon logos are not installed with
install.packages("tidyverse") (e.g., skimr ).
Hadley Wickham has outlined the philosophy behind the tidyverse packages in the tidy tools manifesto.
Does a hexagon in the logo simply state that the package authors follow the manifesto? Or how should I interpret the hexagon?
If the tidyverse is reserved for packages found at described at tidyverse.org - Do we then have a name for all the other (hexagon) packages that follow the manifesto?