# Projects in RStudio

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Now that I have one enormous project on the go and one smaller one, I find it’s helping me considerably to have each project stored in separate RStudio projects. So, each project has its own scripting that I’ve been working on, its own extra variables or data frames that I’ve had to construct for them, and doesn’t take up more of my RAM than need be. I like the way that RStudio helps to keep me organized!

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