RStudio IDE

RStudio 1.1 Preview - Data Connections

2017-08-16 Jonathan McPherson
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Today, we’re continuing our blog series on new features in RStudio 1.1. If you’d like to try these features out for yourself, you can download a preview release of RStudio 1.1. Data Connections Connecting to data sources in R isn’t always straightforward; even when you’re able to establish a connection, navigating within it and understanding the shape of the data inside can be difficult. We built the Connections tab to make it easy to establish connections to data sources and access the data they contain. Read more →

RStudio v1.1 Preview: Terminal

2017-08-11 Gary Ritchie
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Today we’re excited to announce availability of our first Preview Release for RStudio 1.1, a major new release which includes the following new features: A Connections tab which makes it easy to connect to, explore, and view data in a variety of databases. A Terminal tab which provides fluid shell integration with the IDE, xterm emulation, and even support for full-screen terminal applications. An Object Explorer which can navigate deeply nested R data structures and objects. Read more →

RStudio Server Pro is now available on AWS Marketplace

2017-05-31 Roger Oberg
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RStudio is excited to announce the availability of its flagship enterprise-ready integrated development environment for R in AWS Marketplace. RStudio Server Pro AWS is identical to RStudio Server Pro, but with turnkey convenience. It comes pre-configured with multiple versions of R, common systems libraries, and the most popular R packages. RStudio Server Pro AWS helps you adapt to your unique circumstances. It allows you to choose different AWS computing instances no matter how large, whenever a project requires it (flat hourly pricing). Read more →

Announcing RStudio v1.0!

2016-11-01 RStudio Team
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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 integration with the profvis package. Enhanced data import tools based on the readr, readxl and haven packages. Read more →

The schedule is out - rstudio:conf 2017

2016-10-13 Roger Oberg
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 announce the full conference schedule, so that you can plan your days in Florida. rstudio::conf 2017 takes place January 12-14 at the Gaylord Resorts in Kissimmee, Florida. Read more →

R Notebooks

2016-10-05 Jonathan McPherson
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Today we’re excited to announce R Notebooks, which add a powerful notebook authoring engine to R Markdown. Notebook interfaces for data analysis have compelling advantages including the close association of code and output and the ability to intersperse narrative with computation. Notebooks are also an excellent tool for teaching and a convenient way to share analyses. You can try out R Notebooks today in the RStudio Preview Release. Interactive R Markdown As an authoring format, R Markdown bears many similarities to traditional notebooks like Jupyter and Beaker. Read more →

Discover R and RStudio at JSM 2016 Chicago!

2016-07-19 Roger Oberg
The JSM conference in Chicago, July 31 thru August 4, 2016, is one of the largest to be found on statistics, with many terrific talks for R users. We’ve listed some of the sessions that we’re particularly excited about below. These include talks from RStudio employees, like Hadley Wickham, Yihui Xie, Mine Cetinkaya-Rundel, Garrett Grolemund, and Joe Cheng, but also include a bunch of other talks about R that we think look interesting. Read more →

Join us at rstudio::conf 2017!

2016-06-30 Roger Oberg
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 talks and tutorials from popular RStudio data scientists and developers like Hadley Wickham, Yihui Xie, Joe Cheng, Winston Chang, Garrett Grolemund, and J. Read more →

See RStudio at UseR! 2016

2016-06-27 Roger Oberg
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 -Karl Broman, Ian Lyttle, Yihui Xie Using Git and Github with RStudio and R Markdown - Jenny Bryan Read more →

Profiling with RStudio and profvis

2016-05-23 Winston Chang
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“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 of RStudio now have integrated support for profiling R code and for visualizing profiling data. R itself has long had a built-in profiler, and now it’s easier than ever to use the profiler and interpret the results. Read more →