Articles by hadleywickham

Version 1.0 of devtools released!

January 23, 2013 | hadleywickham

We’re very pleased to announce the release of devtools 1.0.  We’ve given devtools the 1.0 marker because it now works with the vast majority of packages in the wild, with this version adding support for S4 and Rcpp.  Devtools also has completely revamped code for finding Rtools on windows, including ... [Read more...]

RStudio training

October 23, 2012 | hadleywickham

At RStudio, we want you to be effective R users. As well as creating great software, we want to make it easier for you to master R. To this end, we’re very happy to announce our new training offerings. We’re kicking off with two public courses: Effective data ... [Read more...]

New version of httr: 0.2

October 14, 2012 | hadleywickham

We’re happy to announce a new version of httr, a package designed to make it easy to work with web APIs. Httr is a wrapper around RCurl, and provides: functions for the most important http verbs: GET, HEAD, PATCH, PUT, DELETE and POST. automatic cookie handing across requests, connection ... [Read more...]

Where in the world is R and RStudio

October 1, 2012 | hadleywickham

Using the web logs collected when users download RStudio, we’ve prepared the following two maps showing where RStudio is being used, over the whole globe and just within the continental USA. Obviously this data is somewhat biased, as it reflects the number of downloads of RStudio, rather than the ... [Read more...]

New version of devtools: 0.8

September 16, 2012 | hadleywickham

We’re pleased to announce a new version of devtools, the package that makes R package development easy. The main features in this version are: A complete rewrite of the code loading system which simulates namespace loading much more accurately – this means using load_all is much closer to installing ... [Read more...]

ggplot2 0.9.2 has been released!

September 7, 2012 | hadleywickham

The main changes in this version are to the theming system. There are also a number of enhancements to the theming system that make it easier to modify themes and we’ve renamed a number of functions to have more informative names. Your existing code should continue to work, although ... [Read more...]
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