Early Career Dementia Researchers all over the world are turning to R, Python, and other open-source programming languages, to make sense of data.
Inspired by innovators in science, education, government, and industry, RStudio has developed free and open tools for R, and enterprise-ready professional products for teams who use both R and Python, to scale and share their work.
RStudio’s mission is to create free and open-source software for data science, scientific research, and technical communication. They do this to enhance the production and consumption of knowledge by everyone, regardless of economic means, and to facilitate collaboration and reproducible research, both of which are critical to the integrity and efficacy of work in science, education, government, and industry.
In June we hope to record an ‘Coding Languages Podcast – the pros and cons of different packages, discussing the pitfalls and with advice of how to start. If you have knowledge you would like to share, and join our guests on the show, drop us a line – email@example.com
RStudio has created a range of its own ‘CheatSheets’ and collated submissions from others to make make life a little easier – below are a couple of examples, and a link to get the rest.
Get the cheatsheets from the RStudio Website
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