## adding +1 to quarters (dates) in R

I have the below data and I want to add a `1` to each of the quarters (i.e. push the quarter ahead by 1 quarter)

I can do `d\$quarter + 1` but this gives me quarter 4 as "quarter 5". How can I roll over quarter 4 to quarter 1 of the next year?

```Data:

library(lubridate)

dates <- sample(seq(as.Date('2005/01/01'), as.Date('2010/01/01'), by="day"), 1000)
x_var <- rnorm(1000)

d <- data.frame(dates, x_var) %>%
mutate(quarter = quarter(dates),
year = year(dates))
```

You can use modulo 4 to have 4 as 0 without changing 1 to 3 then add 1:

```d <- data.frame(dates, x_var) %>% mutate(quarter = (quarter(dates)%%4)+1, year = year(dates))
```

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Do it on the dates column instead

```d\$nextquarter <- d\$dates + months(3)
```

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```d2 <- d %>%  mutate(new_date = dates %m+% months(3)) %>%
mutate(quarter2 = quarter(new_date),
year2 = year(new_date))
```

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