# Announcing RPubs: A New Web Publishing Service for R

2012-06-04 RStudio Team
Today we’re very excited to announce RPubs, a free service that makes it easy to publish documents to the web from R. RPubs is a quick and easy way to disseminate data analysis and R code and do ad-hoc collaboration with peers. RPubs documents are based on R Markdown, a new feature of knitr 0.5 and RStudio 0.96. To publish to RPubs within RStudio, you simply create an R Markdown document then click the Publish button within the HTML Preview window: Read more →

# MathJax Syntax Change

2012-05-25 RStudio Team
We’ve just a made a change to the syntax for embedding MathJax equations in R Markdown documents. The change was made to eliminate some parsing ambiguities and to support future extensibility to additional formats. The revised syntax adds a “latex” qualifier to the $or$$equation begin delimiter. It looks like this: This change was the result of a few considerations: Some users encountered situations where the$equation\$ syntax recognized standard text as an equation. Read more →

# NYC Meetup: What's Next for R Markdown

2012-05-24 RStudio Team
There’s been lots of excitement about the new R Markdown feature introduced as part of knitr 0.5 and RStudio 0.96. People see R Markdown as both a simpler way to do reproducible research and as a great way to publish to the web from R. Jeromy Anglim has a nice write up on getting started with R Markdown and Marcus Gesmann describes how to embed Google Visualizations using his googleVis package. Read more →