A full RStudio Server setup for Package Development in 5 minutes

December 20, 2019
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About

At LatinR 2019 I attended a very nice tutorial taught by Dr. Hadley Wickham about package development and I decided to create a tailored image to follow the course. Please find the update at https://marketplace.digitalocean.com/apps/rstudio-pkgdev.

With the server running you’ll only need to clone your repositories and start with real-life package development and testing.

Demo

Here’s a video for a similar image where I go from zero to variable importance in H2O. It includes creating the server, ssh login, creating a user, opening RStudio Server, cloning a repository to then fit a model in just 06:08. No install.packages() required.

Get free DigitalOcean credits

If you register with this link, you’ll get free credits to try DigitalOcean and I also get credits for my FOSS projects:

My DigitalOcean Referral Link
https://m.do.co/c/6119f0430dad

Buy me a coffee

If you like my work, buy me a coffee, it shall be used to produce more of it. Thank you for your support!

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