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RStudio – another integrated development environment for R

RStudio for Windows, Linux, and Mac OS X

If you’re in the market for a very easy-to-setup integrated development environment for R, wander over to RStudio.org. They’ve just released a beta version of their freely-available front end for R that runs under Windows, Linux and Mac OS X (for R versions 2.11 and later).

If you’re not familiar with the idea of an integrated development environment, it’s simply an attempt to bring all of the tools needed for working with R into one uniform interface. Much like the basic … Continue Reading

A lightweight object browser for R

The following post is based on information originally found here: http://r.789695.n4.nabble.com/Object-Browser-td2594912.html
If you use the basic R GUI and you can manage to remember what sorts of objects you have in the workspace more than 5 seconds after you enter them, you’ve got a better short term memory than I do. But if you constantly lose track of what variables, data frames, model objects and so forth you have in your R session, a separate “object browser” window can be a godsend.

Diehard R command line users just use the ls() command to list the objects in memory, and get a … Continue Reading