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RStudio and GitHub

July 13, 2015
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RStudio and GitHub

Version control has become essential for me keeping track of projects, as well as collaborating. It allows backup of scripts and easy collaboration on complex projects. RStudio works really well with Git, an open source open source distributed version control system, and GitHub, a web-based Git repository hosting service. I was always forget how to

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Line plots of longitudinal summary data in R using ggplot2

July 9, 2015
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Line plots of longitudinal summary data in R using ggplot2

I recently had an email for a colleague asking me to make a figure like this in ggplot2 or trellis in R: As I know more about how to do things in ggplot2, I chose to use that package (if it wasn't obvious from the plot or other posts). Starting Point Cookbook R/) has a

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Get your R education going with GitHub

July 2, 2015
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Get your R education going with GitHub

by Joseph Rickert Last week, I was fortunate enough to attend the R Summit & Workshop, an invitation only event, held at the Copenhagen Business School. The abstracts for the public talks presented are online and well worth a look. Collectively they provide a snapshot of the state of development of R and the R Community as well some...

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Get by with a little (R) help from your friends (at GitHub)

June 29, 2015
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Get by with a little (R) help from your friends (at GitHub)

@JennyBryan posted her slides from the 2015 R Summit and they are a must-read for instructors and even general stats/R-folk. She’s one of the foremost experts in R+GitHub and her personal and class workflows provide solid patterns worth emulation. One thing she has mentioned a few times—and included in her R Summit talk—is the idea

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Everyone loves R markdown and Github; stories from the R Summit, day two

June 28, 2015
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Everyone loves R markdown and Github; stories from the R Summit, day two

More excellent talks today! Andrie de Vries of Microsoft kicked off today’s talks with a demo of checkpoint. This is his package for assisting reproducibility by letting you install packages from a specific date. The idea is that a lot of R packages, particularly those from PhD projects don’t get maintained, and suffer bitrot. That

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Running RStudio on Digital Ocean, AWS etc Using Tutum and Docker Containers

June 24, 2015
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Running RStudio on Digital Ocean, AWS etc Using Tutum and Docker Containers

Via RBloggers I noticed a tutorial today on Setting Rstudio server using Amazon Web Services (AWS). In the post Getting Started With Personal App Containers in the Cloud I described how I linked my tutum account to a Digital Ocean hosting account and then launched a Digital Ocean server. (How to link tutum to Amazon

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Teaching R course? Use analogsea to run your customized RStudio in Digital Ocean!

May 20, 2015
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Teaching R course? Use analogsea to run your customized RStudio in Digital Ocean!

Two years ago I taught an introductory R/Shiny course here at The Jackson Lab. We all learnt a lot. Unfortunately not about Shiny itself, but rather about incompatibilities between its versions and trouble with its installation to some machines.And it ...

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Git pushing Shiny Apps with Docker & Dokku

May 11, 2015
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Git pushing Shiny Apps with Docker & Dokku

At this post i will show you how to deploy Shiny Apps easily with a simple git push. But, what’s a git push? I’m referring to the git command used with remote repositories. With this command you can deploy apps easily with a PaaS (Platform as a Service) like Heroku. If you never heard about The post

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How to get your very own RStudio Server and Shiny Server with DigitalOcean

May 9, 2015
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How to get your very own RStudio Server and Shiny Server with DigitalOcean

If you've always wanted to have an RStudio Server of your own so that you can access R from anywhere, or your own Shiny Server to host your awesome shiny apps, DigitalOcean (DO) can help you get there easily. DigitalOcean provides virtual private servers (they call each server a droplet), which means that you can pay $5/month to have...

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Introducing ghrr: GitHub Hosted R Repository

April 21, 2015
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Introducing ghrr: GitHub Hosted R Repository

Background R relies on package repositories for initial installation of a package via install.packages(). A crucial second step is update.packages(): For all currently installed packages, a list of available updates is constructed or offered for either one-by-one or bulk updates. This keeps the local packages in sync with upstream, and provides for a very convenient way...

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