community.rstudio.com

2017-09-14 Hadley Wickham
We’re excited to announce community.rstudio.com, a new site for discussions about RStudio, the tidyverse, and friends. To begin with, we’re focussing on three main areas: The Tidyverse Shiny RStudio IDE In the near future, we expect to launch a category for RStudio admins. This will be a place to coordinate knowledge about best practices for installing, configuring, and managing RStudio products, and for running R in production. Stay tuned for more details! Read more →

RStudio v1.1 - The Little Things

2017-09-13 Jonathan McPherson
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Today, we’re concluding 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. Details matter Throughout this blog series, we’ve focused on some of the big features we added in RStudio 1.1. It’s not just the big things that matter, though; it’s sometimes the little ones that make the most difference in your day-to-day work. Read more →

Shiny Server (Pro) 1.5.4

2017-09-12 Alan Dipert
Shiny Server 1.5.4.869 and Shiny Server Pro 1.5.4.872 are now available. Both the new Shiny Server and Shiny Server Pro releases include bug fixes and enhancements, and we recommend upgrading at your earliest convenience. Shiny Server 1.5.4.869 Clickjacking protection can now be enabled using the frame_options directive. This directive was already available in Shiny Server Pro, but is now available in Shiny Server as well. A bug that caused "Error: Can't set headers after they are sent. Read more →

Announcing blogdown: Create Websites with R Markdown

2017-09-11 Yihui Xie
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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 →

RStudio 1.1 Preview - New Features in RStudio Server Pro

2017-09-07 Karl Feinauer, 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 Server Pro 1.1. RStudio Server Pro Today we are going to be talking about some of the great new features we have added to RStudio Server Pro v1.1, which make users’ and administrators’ workflows more efficient. Let’s begin! Features for Users Homepage Improvements One of the key features of RStudio Server Pro is the ability for users to run multiple concurrent R sessions. Read more →

RStudio Connect v1.5.6 - Now Supporting Kerberos!

2017-09-06 Jeff Allen
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We’re pleased to announce support for Kerberos in RStudio Connect: version 1.5.6. Organizations that use Kerberos can now run Shiny applications and Shiny R Markdown documents in tailored processes that have access only to the appropriate resources inside the organization. The notable changes this release include: Full support for Kerberos across Shiny applications and Shiny R Markdown documents by running R in an authenticated PAM session that uses the cached credentials of the current user. Read more →

Keras for R

2017-09-05 JJ Allaire
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We are excited to announce that the keras package is now available on CRAN. The package provides an R interface to Keras, a high-level neural networks API developed with a focus on enabling fast experimentation. Keras has the following key features: Allows the same code to run on CPU or on GPU, seamlessly. User-friendly API which makes it easy to quickly prototype deep learning models. Built-in support for convolutional networks (for computer vision), recurrent networks (for sequence processing), and any combination of both. Read more →

RStudio 1.1 Preview - I Only Work in Black

2017-08-30 B. Wayne
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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. I Only Work in Black For those of us that like to work in black or very very dark grey, the dark theme can be enabled from the ‘Global Options’ menu, selecting the ‘Appearance’ tab and choosing an ‘Editor theme’ that is dark. Read more →

Shiny Dev Center gets a shiny new update

2017-08-29 Mine Çetinkaya-Rundel
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I am excited to announce the redesign and reorganization of shiny.rstudio.com, also known as the Shiny Dev Center. The Shiny Dev Center is the place to go to learn about all things Shiny and to keep up to date with it as it evolves. The goal of this refresh is to provide a clear learning path for those who are just starting off with developing Shiny apps as well as to make advanced Shiny topics easily accessible to those building large and complex apps. Read more →

Newer to R? rstudio::conf 2018 is for you! Early bird pricing ends August 31.

2017-08-25 Roger Oberg
Immersion is among the most effective ways to learn any language. Immersing where new and advanced users come together to improve their use of the R language is a rare opportunity. rstudio::conf 2018 is that time and place! REGISTER TODAY Be an Early Bird! Discounts for early conference registration expire August 31. Immerse as a team! Ask us about group discounts for 5 or more from the same organization. Read more →