RStudio’s latest 1.4 stable version has been released. While this release has got a lot of new features, there are some that I’m excited about. Visual Markdown Editor Command Palette Adding new Source Editor Column (on RStudio Panes) Python Integration - Object Viewer, Plots Video Walkthrough Please Subscribe to the channel for more Data Science (with R) videos
In this R Programming Tutorial, You’ll how to set up / use / run R Code on VSCode (Visual Studio Code). VSCode - Visual Studio Code is one of the most popular IDEs available and this tutorial enables you to run R Programming on VSCode (connecting via Language Server Protocol and enriched R Console with Radian). Video Walkthrough These are the following steps: Make sure you’ve got VSCode (Visual Studio Code) installed on your machine Install VSCode R Extension on your VSCode Install R LSP Client on your VSCode Install languageserver on your R Console Install Radian Enable r.
The reason I wanted to make this short tutorial is because there are a lot of old tutorial available on Internet to help you make a powerpoint using R. But some time back RStudio made this new option available that makes it extremely easy and simple to make a Powerpoint Presentation with R outputs in it. powerpointslides Check it yourself + By going to File -> New File -> R Markdown + Then, Presentation -> Powerpoint
In this tutorial, you’ll learn to use VS Code (Visual Studio Code from Microsoft) as an alternative IDE to the most popular RStudio. You’ll start from enabling R programming within your VS Code environment and also briefly look at some features and shortcuts of VSCode R. Youtube - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZFGt9LyijhM vscode-r Github Plugin - https://github.com/Ikuyadeu/vscode-R Data Science Course Offer
This video explains how to connect your RStudio with Git (Github) for a better R Programming / Software Development Workflow. It could be as big as updating a package file or as simple as managing a simple repo. This video also shows how can you clone a repo, commit a change and push it back to its master on Github. Youtube Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lXwH2R4n3RQ