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Try out RStudio Connect on Your Desktop for Free

2019-02-13 Cole Arendt
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Have you heard of RStudio Connect, but do not know where to start? Maybe you are trying to show your manager how Shiny applications can be deployed in production, or convince a DevOps engineer that R can fit into her existing tooling. Perhaps you want to explore the functionality of RStudio’s Professional products to see if they fit the needs you have in your work. Today, we are excited to announce the RStudio QuickStart, which allows you to try out RStudio Connect for free from your desktop. Read more →

RStudio Server Pro is now available on Microsoft Azure Marketplace

2019-01-08 Roger Oberg
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RStudio is excited to announce the availability of its flagship, enterprise-ready, integrated development environment for R in Azure Marketplace. RStudio Server Pro for Azure is an on-demand, commercially-licensed integrated development environment (IDE) for R on the Microsoft Azure Cloud. It offers all of the capabilities found in the popular RStudio open source IDE, plus turnkey convenience, enhanced security, the ability to manage multiple R versions and sessions, and more. It comes pre-configured with multiple versions of R, common systems libraries, and the most popular R packages. Read more →

Announcing the 1st Shiny Contest

2019-01-07 Mine Çetinkaya-Rundel
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Shiny apps are a great way to communicate your data science insights with striking, dynamic, interactive visualizations and reports. Over the years, we have loved interacting with the Shiny community and loved seeing and sharing all the exciting apps, dashboards, and interactive documents Shiny developers have produced. We also love seeing Shiny developers openly sharing their code and process for building apps so that others can learn from them and improve their apps. Read more →

Thinking about going to rstudio::conf 2019? Act soon!

2018-11-28 Roger Oberg
rstudio::conf 2019, the conference for all things R and RStudio, is less than two months away and we’re looking forward to seeing everyone January 15 - 18 in Austin, TX. Register for rstudio::conf 2019 Already registered? Book your room at the Fairmont If you haven’t registered for a workshop or the conference or booked your travel yet, we have some good news and some bad. The bad news (because we want everyone to be able to attend) is that many workshops are sold out, and conference registrations were already at 91% of capacity as of November 28! Read more →

Announcing RStudio Package Manager

2018-10-17 Sean Lopp
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We’re excited to announce the general availability of our newest RStudio professional product, RStudio Package Manager. RStudio Package Manager helps your team, department, or entire organization centralize and organize R packages. Get started with the 45 day evaluation today! With more than 13,000 packages in the R ecosystem, managing the packages you and your teams need can be challenging. R users naturally want the latest, but everyone benefits from reproducibility, stability, and security in production code. Read more →

R/Medicine Conference

2018-08-13 Joseph Rickert
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We are less than one month away from the R/Medicine conference! Tickets are still available to connect with the R users who are advancing the way we think about human health. The goal of the R/Medicine conference is to promote the use of the R programming environment and the R ecosystem in medical research and clinical practice. In addition to showcasing novel tools, algorithms and methods for analyzing medical and clinical data, we hope the conference will provide a forum for collaboration within the community. Read more →

What they forgot to teach you about R

2018-08-07 Roger Oberg
Join Jenny Bryan and Jim Hester of RStudio for this two-day hands-on workshop designed for experienced R and RStudio users who want to (re)design their R lifestyle! If you’d missed this sold out course at rstudio::conf 2018 now is your chance. Register here: https://www.rstudio.com/workshops/what-they-forgot-to-teach-you-about-r/ In this workshop you’ll learn holistic workflows that address the most common sources of friction in data analysis. We’ll work on project-oriented workflows, version control for data science (Git/GitHub! Read more →

Announcing the 1st Bookdown Contest

2018-07-27 Yihui Xie
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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 →

The Revamped bookdown.org Website

2018-07-25 Yihui Xie
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Since we announced the bookdown package in 2016, there have been a large number of books, reports, notes, and tutorials written with this package and published to https://bookdown.org. We were excited to see that! At the same time, however, maintaining the list of books on bookdown.org has become more and more difficult because I must update the list manually to filter out books that are only skeletons or not built with bookdown (such as slides). Read more →

RStudio Connect v1.6.4.2 - Security Update

2018-07-09 Jeff Allen
A security vulnerability in a third-party library used by RStudio Connect was uncovered during a security audit last week. We have confirmed that this vulnerability has not been used against any of the RStudio Connect instances we host, and are unaware of it being exploited on any customer deployments. Under certain conditions, this vulnerability could compromise the session of a user that was tricked into visiting a specially crafted URL. The issue affects all versions of RStudio Connect up to and including 1. Read more →