Terminal Updates

December 22, 2017 Gary Ritchie

One of the exciting new features in RStudio 1.1 is the integrated terminal. In this webinar for seasoned command-line users we’ll dig into the terminal features and the possibilities it opens up in your workflows on both RStudio Desktop and RStudio Server. Advanced configuration options, differences between Windows, Linux, and Mac, and even a small dose of using the terminal directly from R code will be covered.

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Gary Ritchie

Gary is a software engineer working on the RStudio IDE. During several years at Microsoft, he developed a variety of desktop, mobile and web features. Prior to that he built software for (much) smaller companies in the geophysical and medical fields. He enjoys hiking, coffee, and avoiding sunburns.

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