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rstudio::conf 2019 is open for registration!

2018-07-31 Roger Oberg
rstudio::conf, the conference for all things R and RStudio, will take place January 17 and 18, 2019 (Thursday and Friday) in Austin, Texas. It will be preceded by Training Days on January 15 and 16 (Tuesday and Wednesday). Early Bird registration is now open! Conference: Thursday January 17 - Friday January 18, 2019 Join host and RStudio Chief Scientist Hadley Wickham along with keynote speakers David Robinson, Chief Data Scientist at DataCamp; Felienne Herman, assistant Professor at Delft University of Technology, founder of Infotron, teacher of Lego Mindstorm, co-founder of the Joy of Programming conference and a host of Software Engineering Radio; and Joe Cheng, RStudio CTO and creator of Shiny and RPubs, to explore the state of the art and future of data science. Read more →

Announcing the 1st Bookdown Contest

2018-07-27 Yihui Xie
Since the release of the bookdown package in 2016, there have been a large number of books written and published with bookdown. Currently there are about 200 books (including tutorials and notes) listed on bookdown.org alone! We have also heard about other applications of bookdown based on custom templates (e.g., dissertations). As popular as bookdown is becoming, especially with teachers, researchers, and students, we know it can take a lot of time to tailor bookdown to meet the special typesetting requirements of your institution or publisher. Read more →

reticulate: R interface to Python

2018-03-26 JJ Allaire
We are pleased to announce the reticulate package, a comprehensive set of tools for interoperability between Python and R. The package includes facilities for: Calling Python from R in a variety of ways including R Markdown, sourcing Python scripts, importing Python modules, and using Python interactively within an R session. Translation between R and Python objects (for example, between R and Pandas data frames, or between R matrices and NumPy arrays). Read more →

Announcing blogdown: Create Websites with R Markdown

2017-09-11 Yihui Xie
Today I’m excited to announce a new R package, blogdown, to help you create general-purpose (static) websites with R Markdown. The first version of blogdown is available on CRAN now, and you can install it with: install.packages("blogdown") The source package is hosted on Github in the repository rstudio/blogdown. Since blogdown is a new package, you may install and test the development version using devtools::install_github("rstudio/blogdown") if you run into problems with the CRAN version. Read more →