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List of useful RStudio addins made by useRs (a github repo)

April 4, 2016
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  Dean Attali started a GitHub repo listing RStudio addins, with the hope that other useRs will add to the list and make it a place to discover addins. Feel free to browse for useful addins, or make a pull request to add your own addin to the list. Here are the current items on the list: Name Description Package On...

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RStudio addins manager

March 31, 2016
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RStudio addins manager

RStudio addins let you execute a bit of R code or a Shiny app through the RStudio IDE, either via the Addins dropdown menu or with a keyboard shortcut. This package is an RStudio addin for managing other addins. To run these addins, you need the latest version of RStudio. Installation The package can be

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List of useful RStudio addins made by useRs

March 30, 2016
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RStudio’s new feature of supporting addins is great. It’s about 2 months old now, and I think one of the main problems right now is discoverability: there’s just no easy way to find addins or publish your own. As a first attempt at making addins more discoverable, I started a GitHub repo listing some addins, with the hope that other...

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An awesome RStudio addin for selecting colours, and another for adding marginal density plots to ggplot2

March 30, 2016
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An awesome RStudio addin for selecting colours, and another for adding marginal density plots to ggplot2

TL;DR: There’s a colour picker addin in shinyjs and a ggplot2 marginal plots addin in ggExtra. Any R user who hasn’t been spending the past 2 months under a rock should know by now about RStudio’s new exciting features: addins and gadgets. (In case you don’t know, here’s a summary: Gadgets are simply Shiny apps that return a value,...

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RStudio at the Open Data Science Conference

March 28, 2016
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RStudio at the Open Data Science Conference

If you’re a data wrangler or data scientist, ODSC East in Boston from May 20-22 is a wonderful opportunity to get up-to-date on the latest open source tools and trends. R and RStudio will have a significant presence. J.J. Allaire, RStudio founder and CEO, will talk about recent and upcoming improvements in R Markdown. The creator

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New RStudio add-in which allows to schedule R scripts

With the release of RStudio add-in possibilities, a new area of productivity increase and expected new features for R users has arrived. Thanks to the help of Oliver who has written an RStudio add-in on top of taskscheduleR, scheduling and automating a...

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The R-Podcast Episode 18: Interviews with the RStudio Team

February 21, 2016
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The R-Podcast concludes its series on the Shiny Developer Conference with a jam-packed episode featuring two interviews with members of the RStudio team! In part one I have a panel discussion with JJ Allaire, Jeff Allen, and Hadley Wickham to get thei...

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You can now extend RStudio with add-ins

February 12, 2016
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You can now extend RStudio with add-ins

The latest update to RStudio, the cross-platform open-source integrated development environment for the R language from the team at RStudio, adds many new features for R developers. But perhaps the most significant update is one which allows R developers to add their own new features to RStudio: add-ins. RStudio Add-ins appear under the new "Add-ins" menu in the RStudio...

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New Release of RStudio (v0.99.878)

February 9, 2016
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New Release of RStudio (v0.99.878)

We’re pleased to announce that a new release of RStudio (v0.99.878) is available for download now. Highlights of this release include: Support for registering custom RStudio Addins. R Markdown editing improvements including outline view and inline UI for chunk execution. Support for multiple source windows (tear editor tabs off main window). Pane zooming for working

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Using Microsoft R Open with RStudio

February 4, 2016
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Using Microsoft R Open with RStudio

by Joseph Rickert A frequent question that we get here at Microsoft about MRO (Microsoft R Open) is: can be used with RStudio? The short answer is absolutely yes! In fact, more than just being compatible, MRO is the perfect complement for the RStudio environment. MRO is a downstream distribution of open source R that supports multiple operating systems...

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