R Markdown

Join us at rstudio::conf 2017!

2016-06-30 Roger Oberg
Following our initial and very gratifying Shiny Developer Conference this past January, which sold out in a few days, RStudio is very excited to announce a new and bigger conference today! rstudio::conf, the conference about all things R and RStudio, will take place January 13 and 14, 2017 in Orlando, Florida. The conference will feature talks and tutorials from popular RStudio data scientists and developers like Hadley Wickham, Yihui Xie, Joe Cheng, Winston Chang, Garrett Grolemund, and J. Read more →

See RStudio at UseR! 2016

2016-06-27 Roger Oberg
UseR! 2016 has arrived and the RStudio team is at Stanford to share our newest products and latest enhancements to Shiny, R Markdown, dplyr, and more. Here’s a quick snapshot of RStudio related sessions. We hope to see you in as many of them as you can attend! Monday June 27 Morning Tutorials Dynamic Documents with R Markdown -Karl Broman, Ian Lyttle, Yihui Xie Using Git and Github with RStudio and R Markdown - Jenny Bryan Read more →

flexdashboard: Easy interactive dashboards for R

2016-05-17 RStudio Team
Thumbnail
Today we’re excited to announce flexdashboard, a new package that enables you to easily create flexible, attractive, interactive dashboards with R. Authoring and customization of dashboards is done using R Markdown and you can optionally include Shiny components for additional interactivity. Highlights of the flexdashboard package include: Support for a wide variety of components including interactive htmlwidgets; base, lattice, and grid graphics; tabular data; gauges; and value boxes. Read more →

RStudio at the Open Data Science Conference

2016-03-28 Roger Oberg
If you’re a data wrangler or data scientist, ODSC East in Boston from May 20-22 is a wonderful opportunity to get up-to-date on the latest open source tools and trends. R and RStudio will have a significant presence. J.J. Allaire, RStudio founder and CEO, will talk about recent and upcoming improvements in R Markdown. The creator of Shiny and CTO of RStudio,** Joe Cheng**, will review the progress made bridging modern web browsers and R, along with the newest updates to htmlwidgets and Shiny frameworks. Read more →

R Markdown Custom Formats

2016-03-21 RStudio Team
Thumbnail
The R Markdown package ships with a raft of output formats including HTML, PDF, MS Word, R package vignettes, as well as Beamer and HTML5 presentations. This isn’t the entire universe of available formats though (far from it!). R Markdown formats are fully extensible and as a result there are several R packages that provide additional formats. In this post we wanted to highlight a few of these packages, including: Read more →

R Markdown v0.9.5

2016-03-21 RStudio Team
Thumbnail
A new release of the rmarkdown package is now available on CRAN. This release features some long-requested enhancements to the HTML document format, including: The ability to have a floating (i.e. always visible) table of contents. Folding and unfolding for R code (to easily show and hide code for either an entire document or for individual chunks). Support for presenting content within tabbed sections (e.g. several plots could each have their own tab). Read more →

Are you headed to Strata? It's next week!

2015-09-23 Roger Oberg
RStudio will again teach the new essentials for doing (big) data science in R at this year’s Strata NYC conference, September 29 2015 (http://strataconf.com/big-data-conference-ny-2015/public/schedule/detail/44154). You will learn from Garrett Grolemund, Yihui Xie, and Nathan Stephens who are all working on fascinating new ways to keep the R ecosystem apace of the challenges facing those who work with data. Topics include: R Quickstart: Wrangle, transform, and visualize data Instructor: Garrett Grolemund (90 minutes) Read more →

New R Markdown articles section, plus .Rmd to .docx super powers!

2015-07-22 Garrett Grolemund
Thumbnail
We’ve added a new articles section to the R Markdown development center at rmarkdown.rstudio.com/articles.html. Here you can find expert advice and tips on how to use R Markdown efficiently. In one of the first articles, Richard Layton of graphdoctor.com explains the best tips for using R Markdown to generate Microsoft Word documents. You’ll learn how to set Word styles tweak margins handle relative paths make better tables Read more →