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I know that there are many ways of calculating the total values in a vector, including the table() 

I just wanted to know that can we use dplyr / tidyverse?

I also know that the plyr::count() seems to work nicely, but is clearly from plyr rather than dplyr

c(1,3,3,3,4,4) %>% plyr::count()

  x freq

1 1    1

2 3    3

3 4    2

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Let me tell you that the dplyr packages from the R programming are known for the data frames or tibbles. You can use dplyr::count after changing vector to tibble.

c(1,3,3,3,4,4) %>% tibble::as_tibble() %>% count(value)

#  value     n

#  <dbl> <int>

#1     1     1

#2     3     3

#3     4     2

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