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RStudio and OS X 10.9 Mavericks

October 22, 2013
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RStudio and OS X 10.9 Mavericks

Today Apple released OS X 10.9 “Mavericks”. If you are a Mac user and considering updating to the new OS  there are some RStudio compatibility issues to consider before you update. As a result of a problem between Mavericks and the user interface toolkit underlying RStudio (Qt) the RStudio IDE is very slow in painting and

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R, RStudio, and release and dev Bioconductor

R, RStudio, and release and dev Bioconductor I have one Bioconductor package that I am currently responsible for. Each bi-annual release of Bioconductor requires testing and squashing errors, warnings and bugs in a given package. Doing this means being able to work with multiple versions of R and multiple versions of Bioconductor libraries on a single system (assuming...

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R, RStudio, and release and dev Bioconductor

R, RStudio, and release and dev Bioconductor I have one Bioconductor package that I am currently responsible for. Each bi-annual release of Bioconductor requires testing and squashing errors, warnings and bugs in a given package. Doing this means being able to work with multiple versions of R and multiple versions of Bioconductor libraries on a single system (assuming...

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R 3.0.2 and RStudio 0.9.8 are released!

September 26, 2013
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R 3.0.2 (codename “Frisbee Sailing”) was released yesterday. The full list of new features and bug fixes is provided below. Also, RStudio v0.98 (in a “secret” preview) was announced two days ago with MANY new features, including: Amazing new debugging …Read more »

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RStudio v0.98 Preview (Debugging Tools and More)

September 24, 2013
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RStudio v0.98 Preview (Debugging Tools and More)

We’re very pleased to announce that a preview release of RStudio IDE v0.98 is available for download now. Major highlights of the new release include debugging tools, many improvements to environment/workspace browsing, and a new way to create HTML5 presentations using R Markdown. As usual there are also many small improvements and bug fixes. We’ll

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Rstudio starts to codefold markdown

September 16, 2013
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Rstudio is a great tool for working with R and R scripts. And Markdown is a great way to write even complex, reproducible documents in plain text. So they make a great combination. BUT: before when writing markdown in rstudio, you had to write “—-” after your headings to get it to codefold markdown headings,

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Send Mac OS Notifications From RStudio *Server*! (via Growl)

September 14, 2013
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Send Mac OS Notifications From RStudio *Server*! (via Growl)

Having received a couple follow-ups to the OS X notifications on RStudio Desktop for the Mac post, I was determined to find a quick hack to get remote notifications to OS X working from (at least) RStudio Server instances running on the same network. It turns out the hack was pretty straightforward just by using

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Use Fluid On MacOS To Build Per-RStudio Server “Dedicated” Clients

August 25, 2013
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Use Fluid On MacOS To Build Per-RStudio Server “Dedicated” Clients

I’m jumping around analytics environments these days and have to leave the comfort of my Mac’s RStudio Desktop application to use various RStudio Server instances via browser. While I prefer to use Chrome, the need to have a “dedicated” RStudio Server client outweighs the utility of my favorite browser. This is where Fluid (@FluidApp by

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Visual debugging with RStudio

July 22, 2013
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Visual debugging with RStudio

Introduction From release 098.208 the last RStudio IDE comes with a visual debugger. Now debugging with R and RStudio becomes a simple and efficient task. This short post does not want to be a crash course: “debugging with R” nor … Continue reading →

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Create R package – Rstudio, github, devtools

July 22, 2013
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If you are going to create your first package in R, there is common set of tools you will probably use - Rstudio, devtools package and github. You don't have to, but it will save you a lot of time and your code wil be versioned and better understandabl...

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