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Our coverage of rstudio::conf 2018 concludes with another great interview! I talk with Ian Lyttle about his personal journey to using R, the value that shiny brings in communicating with customers, and his new package to ease the pain of working with enterprise GitHub installations. I also discuss my key insights and takeaways from the extending tidyverse training and talks I attended. I hope you enjoy this jam-packed episode of the R-Podcast! Read More

Episode 4: Data Structures - Introduction

Posted on Sunday, Mar 25, 2012

In this episode: Site updates, additional screencasts about R from other sites, listener feedback, and discussion on the fundamental data structures for R: vectors, matrices, lists, and data frames. The R code discussed in this episode is available in our GitHub repository, see the show notes for details. Leave us a voicemail a +1-269-849-9780, or send an email or audio comment to theRcast[at]gmail.com. Thanks for listening!

Episode 3: Basic Interaction with R

Posted on Sunday, Mar 11, 2012

In this episode: New versions of R and ggplot2 available, listener feedback, and an interactive session with R. The R code discussed in this episode will be available in our GitHub repository, see the show notes for details. There will be a companion screencast to accompany this episode which will be posted shortly. As always, please provide your feedback via email or audio comment to theRcast[at]gmail.com or leave us a voicemail at 1-269-849-9780.

Episode 2: Getting Ready to Use R

Posted on Sunday, Feb 26, 2012

In this episode: A couple of site updates, our first listener feedback, an overview of installing R on each major platform, and an overview of R IDEs and helpful resources for getting started with R. If you would like to provide feedback, please send an email or audio comment to theRcast[at]gmail.com or leave us a voicemail at 1-269-849-9780.

Episode 1: Introduction

Posted on Sunday, Feb 12, 2012

Here is the inaugural episode of the R-Podcast! In this episode, I take a few minutes to introduce myself and to explain the main goals of this podcast. I also define what R is and give an overview of R’s history of development and features that distinguish it from other statistical software. Please feel free to send your feedback to theRcast[at]gmail.com or leave a voice mail at 1-269-849-9780.