What are code snippets?

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A code snippet is a block of code that performs a specific function or set of functions on your data. The All of Us Researcher Workbench team has created several code snippets to execute functions that we think will be commonly used. You can access code snippets within your workspace notebook by navigating to “Snippet” in the menu bar. Click here for more information about using code snippets in your work. Also, check out Code Snippets Catalog [Python] and Code Snippets Catalog [R] to see catalogs of code snippets currently available in the workbench. 

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