Curtis was recently an academic economist researching online communities and markets, conducting behavioral and market-structure experiments. Today, he is a part of RStudio’s efforts to support the R and open-source data-science community of users, developers, consultants, and trainers.
June 15, 2022
In this post, we walk through the tools and functionality we used to automate survey results reporting.
October 27, 2021
We are announcing the RStudio 2021 Communications Survey! This survey will help us understand your interaction with RStudio communications so that we can provide you information in your desired formats and channels.
September 30, 2021
RStudio Table Contest 2021! We thought the 2020 Table Contest was quite successful (so many great entries!) so we're doing it all again in 2021. We hope, as ever, that this year's iteration of the contest encourages even more sharing and recognition of the many ways people work with and display data in R.
July 27, 2021
Ready to take your Shiny development skills to the next level? This RStudio Community X-Session connects you with the Shiny experts at Appsilon. The two-hour workshop covers development workflows, coding best practices, tips for scaling and infrastructure, and improving your apps' user interface.
December 23, 2020
Tables are a fantastic way to communicate lists of quantitative and qualitative information. To help celebrate them, and to encourage the R community to share great examples with code and tutorials, we've hosted the 2020 Table Contest. This year's contest has been a smashing success. Let's have a look at the winners and honourable mentions.
October 30, 2020
The original deadline for the Table Contest was scheduled for October 31. Given requests and very interesting data becoming available next week, we're extended the deadline by two weeks to November 14.
September 15, 2020
Today we announce the 2020 RStudio Table Contest. One thing we love about the R community is how open and generous you are in sharing the code and process you use to solve problems. This lets others learn from your experience and invites feedback to improve your work. We hope this contest encourages more sharing, and helps to recognize the many outstanding ways people work with and display data in R.
August 17, 2020
From design philosophies to current development priorities, R with RStudio is a wonderful environment for anyone who seeks understanding through the analysis of data. Here's why.