dplyr 0.1.1

2014-01-30 Hadley Wickham
We’re pleased to announce a new minor version of dplyr. This fixes a few bugs that crashed R, adds a few minor new features (like a sort argument to tally()), and uses shallow copying in a few more places. There is one backward incompatible change: explain_tbl() has been renamed to explain. For a complete list of changes, please see the github release notice. As always, you can install the latest version with install. Read more →

roxygen2 3.1.0

2014-01-30 Hadley Wickham
We’re pleased to announce a new version of roxygen2. The biggest news is that roxygen2 now recognises reference class method docstrings and will automatically add them to the documentation. 3.1.0 also offers a number of minor improvements and bug fixes, as listed on the github release notice. As always, you can install the latest version with install.packages("roxygen2"). Read more →

Introducing dplyr

2014-01-17 Hadley Wickham
dplyr is a new package which provides a set of tools for efficiently manipulating datasets in R. dplyr is the next iteration of plyr, focussing on only data frames. dplyr is faster, has a more consistent API and should be easier to use. There are three key ideas that underlie dplyr: Your time is important, so Romain Francois has written the key pieces in Rcpp to provide blazing fast performance. Read more →

roxygen2 3.0.0

2013-12-09 Hadley Wickham
We’re pleased to announce a new version of roxygen2. The biggest news is that you can painlessly document your S4 classes, S4 methods and RC classes with roxygen2 - you can safely remove workarounds that used @alias and @usage, and simply rely on roxygen2 to do the right thing. Roxygen2 is also much smarter when it comes to S3: you can remove existing uses of @method, and can replace @S3method with @export. Read more →

New Version of RStudio (v0.98)

2013-12-03 RStudio Team
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We’re pleased to announce that the final version of RStudio v0.98 is available for download now. Highlights of the new release include: An interactive debugger for R that is tightly integrated with base R debugging tools (browser, recover, etc.) Numerous improvements to the Workspace pane (which is now called the Environment pane). R Presentations for easy authoring of HTML5 presentations that include R code, output, and graphics. Read more →

Shiny Server 0.4

2013-12-03 RStudio Team
Today, we’re excited to announce the release of Shiny Server version 0.4 as well as the availability of a beta version of Shiny Server Professional Edition. Shiny Server is a platform for hosting Shiny Applications over the Web and has undergone substantial work in the past few months. We have fixed many bugs, added stability enhancements, and have created pre-built installers for Ubuntu 12.04 (and later) and RedHat/CentOS 5 and 6. Read more →

Upcoming courses: Dec 2013

2013-12-02 Hadley Wickham
We’re pleased to announce two upcoming in-person training opportunities: Advanced R programming. SF, Dec 16-17.Learn the most important topics from advanced R programming in person. One day one, you’ll learn about metaprograming, functional programming and object oriented programming in R, as well general best practices for programming. Taught by Hadley Wickham, RStudio’s Chief Scientist. Public workshop. Boston, Jan 27-28.In this two-day workshop, you’ll get a comprehensive introduction to R, and you’ll be visualising, manipulating and modeling data in no time. Read more →

devtools 1.4 now available

2013-11-27 Hadley Wickham
We’re very pleased to announce the release of devtools 1.4. This version brings many improvements to package installation, including automated vignette building, and a better way of referring to repos on github, install_github("hadley/devtools"). There are also many other bug fixes and minor improvements; to see them all, please read the release notes file on github. Read more →

Shiny 0.8.0 released; Yihui Xie joins RStudio

2013-11-15 Joe Cheng
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We’re very pleased to announce Shiny 0.8.0 (which actually went up on CRAN about two weeks ago). This release features a vastly better way to display tabular data, and new debugging tools that make it much easier to fix errors in your app. DataTables support We now support much more attractive and powerful displays of tabular data using the popular DataTables library. Our DataTables integration features pagination, searching/filtering, sorting, and more. Read more →

Announcing Packrat

2013-11-14 Jonathan McPherson
We’re excited to announce Packrat, a new tool for managing the packages your R project depends on. If you’ve ever been frustrated by package dependencies, whether juggling the packages needed by your own projects or getting someone else’s project to work, Packrat is for you. Similar in spirit to Bundler, Packrat understands package dependencies and manages them inside a private, project-specific library. Packrat makes your project more isolated, portable, and reproducible. Read more →