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RStudio v1.0 released

November 7, 2016
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When the RStudio first came on the scene in February 2011, there wasn't much in the way of tools for developers using the R language. The R GUI on Windows and Mac had a basic code-editing window, and there were a couple of menu-based GUIs like Rattle and R Commander that were aimed more at those who would prefer...

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Announcing RStudio v1.0!

November 2, 2016
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Announcing RStudio v1.0!

Today we’re very pleased to announce the availability of RStudio Version 1.0! Version 1.0 is our 10th major release since the initial launch in February 2011 (see the full release history below), and our biggest ever! Highlights include: Authoring tools for R Notebooks. Integrated support for the sparklyr package (R interface to Spark). Performance profiling via

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INSTALL R AND RSTUDIO IN UBUNTU 12.04 AND HIGHER

October 25, 2016
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INSTALL R AND RSTUDIO IN UBUNTU 12.04 AND HIGHER

Installing RStudio in Ubuntu 12.04 and higher versions requires R to be installed. The steps given in this post will help to install R and RStudio.

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Using rstudio and sparklyr with an apache cluster on Google DataProc

October 23, 2016
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Using rstudio and sparklyr with an apache cluster on Google DataProc

Last week, I came across sparklyr. Authored by the folks at rstudio, it allows you to integrate your R workflow (and, more importantly, your dplyr workflow) with apache spark. In one of the examples on the sparklyr home page, the author shows how to se...

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A quick look at RStudio’s R notebooks

October 22, 2016
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A quick demo of RStudio’s R Notebooks shown by John Mount (of Win-Vector LLC, a statistics, data science, and algorithms consulting and training firm). (see http://rmarkdown.rstudio.com/r_notebooks.html and https://www.rstudio.com/products/rstudio/download/preview/ )

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RStudio Server on OS X El Capitan

October 20, 2016
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Motivation This is the result of trial and error until I got RStudio Server working in my network I have a powerful Mac Pro server and I wanted to use that computing from my "old" iMac (i.e. to do my calculations in a fraction of the time that it would take using my own iMac's resources) Homebrew setup There is a good tutorial...

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Call for rstudio::conf lightning talks

October 18, 2016
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Call for rstudio::conf lightning talks

We are excited to announce that submissions for lightning talks at rstudio::conf are now open! Lightning talks are short (5 minute) high energy presentations that give you the chance to talk about an interesting project that you’ve tackled with R. Short talks, or demos of your R code, R packages, and shiny apps are great

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Sublime Text 3: an alternative to RStudio

October 17, 2016
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Sublime Text 3: an alternative to RStudio

It was a Saturday morning; I was lecturing my students of my Item Response Theory class when I decided to run some R scripts to introduce my students with the JAGS syntax and the estimation of parameters in a Bayesian logistic regression setup.As it wa...

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The schedule is out – rstudio:conf 2017

October 13, 2016
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The schedule is out – rstudio:conf 2017

rstudio::conf 2017, the conference on all things R and RStudio, is only 90 days away. Now is the time to claim your spot or grab one of the few remaining seats at Training Days – including the new Tidyverse workshop. REGISTER NOW Whether you’re already registered or still working on it, we’re delighted today to

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Reproducible Reports with RStudio

October 11, 2016
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Tired of R code not working on the fly even between your own computers? Think in a reproducible way. I've been thinking about the best way to create a reproducible report with rmarkdown and how to share that with people that don't even have R installed. Rmd format allows you to export to html, pdf or docx. That's cool but there...

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