A beginner’s guide to sharing and collaboration with R

January 22, 2013

(This article was first published on Revolutions, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

In today's social world, it's important to be able to collaborate with others online when working with data, and to be able to easily share your outputs online. Fortunately, the R language and the broad R community provides a number of facilities for collaboration and sharing, which are summarized in Noam Ross's guide to tools for collaboration with R. Among the resources he lists:

Noam provides detailed guides and many useful tips for getting the most out of these services, and also provides links to other online communities where you can interact with other R users. You can get all the details at his blog post linked below.

Noam Ross: Don't R alone! A guide to tools for collaboration with R

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