It’s better for everyone if the tools used for research and science are free and open. There are many benefits to free software in science: improved reproducibility, wider sharing of knowledge and techniques, and elimination of cost barriers to create a more level playing field, to name just a few. The members of our team actively work on several open-source software projects that enhance R, including the RStudio IDE (a development environment for R) as well as the ggplot2 and plyr packages (among many others).
R users are doing some of the most innovative and important work in science, education, and industry. It’s a daily inspiration and challenge to keep up with the community and all it is accomplishing. Our goal as a company is to empower users to learn and be productive with R and then to tackle the toughest and most interesting problems with R. Let us know what you are doing with R and how we can help!
We offer open source and enterprise ready tools for the R computing environment. Our flagship product is an Integrated Development Environment (IDE) which makes it easy for analysts, scientists, data scientists and quants to perform their analyses. We also offer a platform that allows you to take those analyses and share them with your team/organization by creating interactive web applications.
- Founded in 2008 with the aim of making a distinctive and durable contribution to software for data analysis.
- Commercial products introduced in late 2013 and early 2014 to allow adoption of our offerings in enterprises
Series A in 2013: General Catalyst, Baseline.
- We are a distributed team with headquarters in Boston’s innovation district, and a second office in Seattle. The rest of our employees are all over the country including Texas, California, Minnesota, and Iowa.