Day #17 Creating your own R-scripting-template

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First, go take a look at this website: At “6. RGG Elements” you can see which GUI elements you can give to the user and which functions they have. Then, open a textfile and call it however you want. If you want examples to look at, go check out for examples of r-templates. […]

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