So now you do all your analytical work in RStudio. You create reports about your job in RStudio, either as PDF documents or HTML files. You even produce slides in RStudio.
Excluding asking RStudio to pay your bills, what more could you expect from this IDE?
Perhaps producing websites to share your work on the World Wide Web.
Well, RStudio actually can do it!
This recipe will show you how to produce and maintain a blog directly from RStudio.
We will see how to produce a website composed of R Markdown files and structured in the following recipe.
To perform some of the activities in this recipe, we will employ the
wget utility, which is available both for Unix and Windows OS.
We will use it to download and save ...