RStudio is integrated development environment (IDE) for R, a programming language for statistical computing and graphics.
Can't open it anymore. Stand closed by the server.
Trying to learn R with swirl. Won't allow you to change working directory while working in swirl. Which makes being able to use swirl pointless I think.
This looks awesome, but on my chromebook I haven't managed to find how to key in " (quote) as in install.package("rattle"). Quote renders as a space.
My own setup RStudio server in DigitalOcean was working fine. I tried to use the app provides by your company just now but unable to typing. =="
Generally fantastic when I am on my Chromebook. Amazing to access data on my Google Drive from this app. Many packages will install but some packages will not install.
Running like a charm. installed ggplot as a test right off the bat, and that is going already. Incredible and thank you.
Can't install xml2 (which means anything that requires linux libraries that are not part of the stock Roll VM are't going to work). Pretty huge miss.
Not able to connect... Getting error
awesome to use (y)... if this can allow us to save our R code on our computer and uplaod from the same
Its awesome so far as I tried to run dev shinyApp behind firewall via RStudio Server and it doesnt work. And rollApp resolve this! Kudo!
impossible to install: install.packages("devtools")
Oops!! Error on open
Awesome tool, I can use data from my Gdrive and URL which is nice. It's even possible to install packages ! However, you might encounter this difficulty : https://getsatisfaction.com/rollapp/topics/install-r-packages So stoked that I can do everything I want with a $200 chromebook !
Could we install package or not, and how which type ?
Very Useful and does almost everything needed. No issues yet, Cheers!
It's has very good user interface like original r studio.
Install packages - pleeeeeeeeease. Then it will be perfect.
looks good but doesnt work.... I am unable to install packages. please contact me to sort this out.
The best R GUI right in your browser, wherever you go. Could use some more packages preinstalled though (or allow me to install them myself).