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Stan on the web! (thanks to RStudio) - Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science
This is a real game-changer as it significantly lowers the barriers to entry for people to start using Stan.

Limitations

Ultimately I recommend you set up Stan on your own computer so you have full control over your modeling, but RStudio’s Cloud is a wonderful way to get started.
rstats  RStudio  stan 
3 hours ago by euler
Announcing RStudio Package Manager | RStudio Blog
@olihawkins I can imagine this sort of thing making the IT folk happier...
RStudio  enterprise  IoC 
3 days ago by psychemedia
Happy Git and GitHub for the useR
Using Git and GitHub with R, Rstudio, and R Markdown
R  git  rstudio  books  data_science 
7 days ago by onefewercar
Feature request: bookdown.skeleton function · Issue #225 · rstudio/bookdown · GitHub
I think we need a bookdown.skeleton function to create a skeleton for a new book. I would be pleased to contribute to this if necessary. Thank you!
rstudio  bookdown 
7 days ago by onefewercar
GitHub - rstudio/bookdown: Authoring Books and Technical Documents with R Markdown
Authoring Books and Technical Documents with R Markdown - rstudio/bookdown
R  rmarkdown  bookdown  rstudio 
7 days ago by onefewercar
Sketch of save/restore of input values for specific module
Sketch of save/restore of input values for specific module - app.R
R  shiny  rpharma2018  rstudio 
15 days ago by eric-ruser
RStudio Webinars
Webinars and videos are presented on a variety of subjects. We will cover packages, products (both Open Source & Commercial), have guest presenters, as well as general Q&A “Office Hour” recordings. All materials will be made available and at no cost. Our GitHub webinar repository for all webinars: https://github.com/rstudio/webinars.
videos  r  rstudio  tutorials 
19 days ago by jotjotjes
From Jupyter Notebooks to R Markdown | Daniel Hadley
Edit, 3/28/18: RStudio just announced Python interoperability through the reticulate package. Rmd Notebooks are unbeatable, in my opinion.
Original Post: I started using Jupyter Notebooks back when they were called IPython. I even remember having to set up a virtual Linux environment because they were not available on Windows. As much as I have enjoyed their functionality, I recently switched entirely to R Markdown in an RStudio environment. Here’s why.
rmarkdown  rstudio  r  rstats  python  jupyter 
19 days ago by onefewercar

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