How to display R code on a web page

October 26, 2011

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

Starting to write a blog I need a way how to publish my R codes. One possibility would be to just add some formatting with Pretty R. Nice, but I miss a repository with all codes ever submitted and possibility to make corrections.

The final solution was to create an account on Github and submitting codes via Gist. The only problem was you cannot see the code in the Google Reader. I believe I can live with it.

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