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RStudio 0.92.44 Release: Try It! You’ll Be Surprised!

March 13, 2011
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RStudio 0.92.44 Release: Try It! You’ll Be Surprised!

I recently downloaded RStudio’s v0.92.44 release, and, I must say, it’s light! I think I could even run it on a netbook, which is great for analysis on-the-go. I’ll likely uninstall Eclipse-StatET at this point and go with RStudio. Not only is it...

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My First Few Days with RStudio

March 9, 2011
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My First Few Days with RStudio

As most readers are probably aware, the free IDE for R, called RStudio, was recently released for general use and it immediately made huge waves within the R community. IDE stands for Integrated Development Environment. IDEs typically provides a rich set tools developing in some target language. For standard programming languages like C++ (VisualStudio) and Java (Eclipse or NetBeans),...

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RStudio: just what I’ve been looking for

February 28, 2011
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RStudio: just what I’ve been looking for

For many years I used RWinEdt as my text editor for R code, but when WinEdt 6.0 came out, RWinEdt stopped working. So I’ve been looking for something to replace it. I’ve tried Tinn-R, NppToR, Eclipse with StatET and a couple of other editors, but nothing was quite right. Then yesterday, out of the blue,

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The RStudio IDE: first impressions are positive

February 28, 2011
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The RStudio IDE: first impressions are positive

Integrated development environments (IDEs) are software development tools, providing an interface that enables you to write, debug, run and view the output of your code. Whether you need an IDE or find them useful depends very much on your own preferences and style of working. In my own case for example, I’ve tried both Eclipse

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R versus Matlab in Mathematical Psychology

February 20, 2011
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R versus Matlab in Mathematical Psychology

I recently attended the 2011 Australasian Mathematical Psychology Conference.This post summarises a few thoughts I had on the use of R, Matlab and othertools in mathematical psychology flowing from discussions with researchers atthe conference.I wanted...

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R versus Matlab in Mathematical Psychology

February 20, 2011
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I recently attended the 2011 Australasian Mathematical Psychology Conference. This post summarises a few thoughts I had on the use of R, Matlab and other tools in mathematical psychology flowing from discussions with researchers at the conference. I w...

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New R features in Bio7 1.5

February 20, 2011
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New R features in Bio7 1.5

Bio7 1.5 has been released and comes with new functionalities for R. For all who don’t know Bio7 here is a short description: Bio7 is a integrated development environment for ecological modelling based on the Rich-Client-Platform concept of the Java IDE Eclipse. The Bio7 platform contains several perspectives which arrange several views for a special

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Talking R through Java

February 20, 2011
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Talking R through Java

Today I played a bit with JRI as part of rJava, a Java-R-interface. Here you can learn how to setup for Debian/Ubuntu/akins.

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Ultraedit to R

January 21, 2011
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My favorite text editor on Windows is Ultraedit, but it does not have a nice interface to R in the same vein as Emacs/ESS, Tinn-R, or Eclipse. (I have never used Eclipse.) Ultraedit is powerful enough to submit whole R programs...

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R GUIs, IDEs, and text editors

January 18, 2011
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R GUIs, IDEs, and text editors

When deciding what program to write your R code in it is important to consider a number of factors so you can keep organized and work efficiently.  I found this article useful for getting started.  Text editors include syntax highlightin...

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