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February ’17 Tips and Tricks

March 3, 2017
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February ’17 Tips and Tricks

by Sean Lopp If you spend time with an excellent programmer, one thing that immediately jumps out is how quickly she can write code. It often appears to be magic, the number of keystrokes simply can’t equal the number of characters on the screen. The secret: it doesn’t! Most programmers use a series of tricks

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January ’17 Tips and Tricks

January 27, 2017
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by Sean Lopp This month’s collection of Tips and Tricks comes from an excellent talk given at the 2017 RStudio::Conf in Orlando by RStudio Software Engineer Kevin Ushey. The slides from his talk are embedded below and cover features from autocompletion to R Markdown shortcuts. Use the left and right arrow keys to change slides.

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R for Enterprise: How to Scale Your Analytics Using R

December 21, 2016
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R for Enterprise: How to Scale Your Analytics Using R

by Sean Lopp At RStudio, we work with many companies interested in scaling R. They typically want to know: How can R scale for big data or big computation? How can R scale for a growing team of data scientists? This post provides a framework for answering both questions. Scaling R for Big Data or

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December ’16 RStudio Tips and Tricks

December 9, 2016
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December ’16 RStudio Tips and Tricks

by Sean Lopp Here is this month’s collection of RStudio Tips and Tricks. Thank you to those who responded to last month’s post; many of your tips are included below! Be sure to subscribe to @rstudiotips on Twitter for more. This month’s tips fall into two categories: Keyboard Shortcuts and Easier R Markdown Keyboard Shortcuts

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RStudio IDE Easy Tricks You Might’ve Missed

November 11, 2016
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RStudio IDE Easy Tricks You Might’ve Missed

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