New Version of RStudio (v0.96)

2012-05-14 RStudio Team
Today a new version of RStudio (v0.96) is available for download from our website. The main focus of this release is improved tools for authoring, reproducible research, and web publishing. This means lots of new Sweave features as well as tight integration with the knitr package (including support for creating dynamic web reports with the new R Markdown and R HTML formats). We’ve also added some other frequently requested editing features including code folding. Read more →

RStudio v0.95 Released

2012-01-25 RStudio Team
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The final version of RStudio v0.95 is now available for download from our website (thanks to everyone who put the preview release through its paces over the last couple of weeks!). Highlights of the new release include: Projects — A new system for managing R projects that enables easy switching between working directories and per-project contexts for source documents, workspaces, and history. Code Navigation — Typeahead navigation by file or function name (Ctrl+. Read more →

RStudio v0.95 Preview Available

2012-01-10 RStudio Team
The next version of RStudio (v0.95) is now available as a preview release. Highlights include: Projects – A new system for managing R projects that enables easy switching between working directories, running multiple instances of RStudio with different projects, and per-project contexts for source documents, workspaces, and history. Code Navigation – Typeahead navigation by file or function name (Ctrl+.) and the ability to navigate directly to the definition of any function (F2 or Ctrl+Click). Read more →

RStudio Update

2011-10-27 RStudio Team
With R 2.14 slated to be released next week we wanted to encourage everyone planning to upgrade to also update to the latest release of RStudio (v0.94.110). For R 2.14 users this release includes tweaks related to compatibility with the R 2.14 graphics engine as well as compatibility with the new parallel package. There are also a number of other bug fixes which make this a worthwhile update even for users not running R 2. Read more →

RStudio Beta 3 (v0.94)

2011-06-14 RStudio Team
RStudio Beta 3 (v0.94) is available for download today. The goal for this release was to refine and improve our core features based on the feedback we’ve gotten on our first two betas. Highlights of the new release include: Source editor enhancements — New editor features include brace/paren/quote matching, more intelligent cursor placement after newlines, function navigation, regex find and replace, run to/from the current line, and a command to re-run the last code region. Read more →

RStudio Beta 2 (v0.93)

2011-04-11 RStudio Team
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RStudio Beta 2 (v0.93) is available for download today. We’ve gotten incredibly helpful input from the R community and this release reflects a lot of that feedback. The release notes have the full details on what’s new. Some of the highlights include: Source Editor Enhancements Highlight all instances of selected text Insert spaces for tabs (soft-tabs) Customizable print margin line Selected line highlight Toggle line numbers on/off Read more →

RStudio, new open-source IDE for R

2011-02-28 RStudio Team
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RStudio is a new open-source IDE for R which we’re excited to announce the availability of today. RStudio has interesting features for both new and experienced R developers including code completion, execute from source, searchable history, and support for authoring Sweave documents. RStudio runs on all major desktop platforms (Windows, Mac OS X, Ubuntu, or Fedora) and can also run as a server which enables multiple users to access the IDE using a web browser. Read more →

About the RStudio Project

2011-02-27 RStudio Team
We started the RStudio project because we were excited and inspired by R. The creators of R provided a flexible and powerful foundation for statistical computing; then made it free and open so that it could be improved collaboratively and its benefits could be shared by the widest possible audience. It’s better for everyone if the tools used for research and science are free and open. Reproducibility, widespread sharing of knowledge and techniques, and the leveling of the playing field by eliminating cost barriers are but a few of the shared benefits of free software in science. Read more →

Welcome to our Weblog

2011-02-27 RStudio Team
Welcome to the RStudio weblog! We’ll use the weblog to talk about both the product and its features as well as broader issues that concern the R community. Read more →