R Weekly 2017-33 Terminal, SQL
Welcome to the Tidyverse
R in the Real World
R in Organizations
- The Unix Workbench - Get ready for RStudio terminal.
banR - R Client for the BAN API
fitur - Fit Univariate Distributions
grateful - Facilitate citation of R packages
R Project Updates
Updates from R Core:
encodeString()which keeps, e.g.,
"\n", visible. (Wish of PR#17298.)
Elapsed-time limits can now be set for the lengthier parts of
R CMD INSTALLvia an environment variable: see its help page. [This is currently experimental and subject to change.]
install.packages()for source packages now has the possibility to set a
timeout(elapsed-time limit). For serial installs this uses the
system2(): for parallel installs it requires the
timeoututility command from GNU
coreutils. [This is currently experimental and subject to change.]
It is now possible to set
timeouts(elapsed-time limits) for most parts of
R CMD checkvia environment variables documented in the
R Internalsmanual. [This depends on the experimental
system2()and hence subject to change, as are the names of the environment variables.]
R CMD checkchecks for and
R CMD buildcorrects CRLF line endings in shell scripts
cleanup(even on Windows).
It is again possible to use
configure --enable-maintainer-modewithout having installed
notangle(it was required in R 3.4.).
RStudio conf 2018 January 31 to February 3
rstudio::conf is about all things R and RStudio! Register & More infos
R/Finance 2018 June 1 and 2
Applied Finance with R. More info
useR! 2018 July 10, 2018
The annual useR! conference is the main meeting of the international R user and developer community.
More past events at R conferences & meetups.