Below is a very simple way to have https connections for the open source version of RStudio Server and Shiny Server.
sudo apt-get install docker
sudo apt-get install python-pip
sudo pip install docker-compose
Now, in your user directory, create a text file using your preferred text editor, called docker-compose.yml
Preamble Every few months, I try to do a clean install on my machine. I know that OS X Sierra is due out in September, but I elected to do a wipe and clean install now for the remainder of summer. Wipe, reinstall OSX from usb, brief minor hack/tweaks, then just a few apps including
Following our initial and very gratifying Shiny Developer Conference this past January, which sold out in a few days, RStudio is very excited to announce a new and bigger conference today! rstudio::conf, the conference about all things R and RStudio, will take place January 13 and 14, 2017 in Orlando, Florida. The conference will feature
UseR! 2016 has arrived and the RStudio team is at Stanford to share our newest products and latest enhancements to Shiny, R Markdown, dplyr, and more. Here’s a quick snapshot of RStudio related sessions. We hope to see you in as many of them as you can attend! Monday June 27 Morning Tutorials Dynamic Documents with R Markdown
“How can I make my code faster?” If you write R code, then you’ve probably asked yourself this question. A profiler is an important tool for doing this: it records how the computer spends its time, and once you know that, you can focus on the slow parts to make them faster. The preview releases
RStudio addins were released in early 2016 to provide anyone with the ability to add “extensions” to RStudio. This feature has quickly become popular, but discoverability was a problem: there was just no easy way to know what addins exist.
To address that issue, one month ago I created a GitHub repo with a list of RStudio addins...
In Getting Started With the Neo4j Graph Database – Linking Neo4j and Jupyter SciPy Docker Containers Using Docker Compose I posted a recipe demonstrating how to link a Jupyter notebook container with a neo4j container to provide a quick way to get up an running with neo4j from a Python environment. It struck me that
The past few years, I have been searching regularly for ways of formatting R code on +Blogger. Although different possibilities were available, almost always I ended up using the online Pretty R syntax highlighter by copying parts of a script...
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...
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