We want to work seamlessly, painlessly, and in such a way that you can easily find code and data many years after completing a project.
This week, we will cover RMarkdown - a language that allows integration of text and R code. We will also cover best-practices in arranging project folders.
- What is workflow?
- Using RProjects to organize workflow
- Best practices in arranging project folders
- Introduction to RMarkdown
- Introduction to Version Control
- R Studio Cheat Sheets
- Bookdown: Authoring books and technical documents with R Markdown
- Designing Projects: Nice R Code
If you’re interested in using GitHub, I also draw your attention to the folowing resources:
Code and Data
Going forward, I will include a project file for most weeks, enclosed in a .zip file. Please download the .zip file and unzip it before class starts.
Slides available via speakerdeck