In this chapter, we added the ability to use R scripts in your Jupyter Notebook. We added an R library not included in the standard R installation and we made a
Hello World script in R. We then saw R data access built-in libraries and some of the simpler graphics and statistics that are automatically generated. We used an R script to generate 3D graphics in a couple of different ways. We then performed a standard cluster analysis (which I think is one of the basic uses of R) and used one of the available forecasting tools.
In the next chapter, we will learn all about Julia scripting in a Jupyter Notebook.