In case you missed the details of our recent release or would just like a quick tour, here’s a set of videos highlighting our recent work on RStudio 1.4.
A visual markdown editor that provides improved productivity for composing longer-form articles and analyses with R Markdown.
New Python capabilities, including display of Python objects in the Environment pane, viewing of Python data frames, and tools for configuring Python versions and conda/virtual environments.
A new command palette (accessible via Ctrl+Shift+P) that provides easy keyboard access to all RStudio commands, add-ins, and options.
Integration with a host of new RStudio Server Pro features including project sharing with Launcher, Microsoft Visual Studio Code support (currently in beta), Secure Assertion Markup Language (SAML) authentication, and local Launcher load balancing.
We are excited to announce real-time collaborative editing on RStudio Cloud. Users can join the same project, edit code, and immediately see each other’s changes.
In this series, we walk through lesser-known tips and tricks to help you work more effectively and efficiently in R Markdown. This third post focuses on features that save you time and trouble.