Over the next two months I’m running a number of R courses at Newcastle University.
- May 2016
- May 10th, 11th: Predictive Analytics
- May 16th – 20th: Bioconductor
- May 23rd, 24th: Advanced programming
- June 2016
- June 8th: R for Big Data
- June 9th: Interactive graphics with Shiny
Since these courses are on advanced topics, numbers are limited (there’s only a couple of places left on Predictive Analytics). If you are interested in attending, sign up as soon as possible.
Getting to Newcastle is easy. The airport is 10 minutes from the city centre and has direct flights to the main airport hubs: Schiphol, Heathrow, and Paris. The courses at Newcastle attract participants from around the world; at the April course, we had representatives from North America, Sweden, Germany, Romania and Geneva.
Cost: The courses cost around £130 per day (more than half the price of certain London courses!)
Onsite courses available on request.
RStudio addins let you execute a bit of R code or a Shiny app through the RStudio IDE, either via the Addins dropdown menu or with a keyboard shortcut. This package is an RStudio addin for managing other addins. To run these addins, you need the latest version of RStudio.
The package can be installed via
## Need the latest version of DT as well
After installing the package, the
Addins menu toolbar will be populated with a new addin called
Addin Manager. When you launch this addin, a DT table will be launched:
In the screenshot above, the highlighted addins,
ggThemeAssit, indicate that this addins have already installed.
When you click
- Highlighted addins will be installed.
- Un-highlighted addins will be removed.
Including your addin
Just fork and alter the addin file which is located in the
inst/extdata directory of the package. This file is a csv file with three columns:
- addin Name/title
- Brief Description
- Package. If the package is only on github, use name/repo.
The initial list of addins was obtain from daattali’s repo.