Academy takes what we've learned from teaching over many years to provide the most effective way to learn data skills online.
We are excited to announce that the 2022 Table Contest starts today! We have been blown away by past submissions and can't wait to see what you do this year.
In this series, we walk through lesser-known tips and tricks to help you work more effectively and efficiently in R Markdown. The final post focuses on making your document look and work better.
With the vetiver package, data scientists have a streamlined, consistent way to maintain machine learning pipelines. We recently updated our Bike Share prediction application using vetiver and Quarto.
Welcome to the RStudio Community Monthly Events Roundup! In this post, we update you on upcoming events happening at RStudio and share how to find the great presentations and talks from last month.
Welcome to the rstudio::glimpse() newsletter. Get a glimpse into our tools and how to use them.
We are excited to share the workshop materials and talk recordings from rstudio::conf(2022).
Gina Reynolds, Morgan Brown, and Madison McGovern unveil ggxmean, a package that helps users add statistical concepts to plots made with ggplot2.
RStudio Package Manager 2022.07 now lets you publish your own binary packages, saving you time and frustration.
rstudio::conf was an eventful four days! This post details some of the bigger announcements from RStudio.
The Workbench homepage has been improved by offering more information at a glance, and by more accurately reporting information regarding session statuses.
Welcome to the RStudio Community Monthly Events Roundup! In this post, we share upcoming events happening at RStudio and how to find the great presentations and talks from earlier this year.
Today we're excited to announce Quarto, the next generation of R Markdown.