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My experience at the Chicago R Collaborative 2020

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A fun event to build the R community

R programming in the Windows Subsystem for Linux

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A comprehensive guide to setup an R development environment for Ubuntu running in the Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL)

How to efficiently calculate pairwise overlaps of many sets

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An example of progressively optimizing the speed of a function

Some themes from rstudio::conf 2020

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There were a lot of great talks at rstudio::conf. In this post I highlight a few of the themes that emerged for me.

Automate commits to GitHub from a CircleCI job

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Automatically update your documentation or other repository content by authenticating CircleCI to push commits directly to GitHub

Debug your R package on CircleCI via Docker or SSH

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If your CircleCI build is failing, you can interactively debug it locally or remotely.

CircleCI for R: Workflows, caches, and more

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Enhance your continuous integration tests on CircleCI

Debug your R package on AppVeyor via Remote Desktop

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If you can't replicate the error locally, you can access an AppVeyor server via Remote Desktop to interactively debug your R package.

Debug your R package on Travis CI via SSH

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If you can't replicate the error locally, you can SSH into a Travis server to interactively debug your R package.

CircleCI for R: Motivation and basic setup

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If you like using Docker, you should try out CircleCI for testing your R packages and projects.

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