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David Zelený [About R program]
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David Zelený [How to install RStudio]
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 Download the latest version from [[http://​www.rstudio.com/​ide/​|RStudio website]] and follow instructions for installation. If you already have RStudio installed in your computer, you may check whether you have the latest version and update if you don't (in RStudio menu, go to //Help > Check for Updates//). Download the latest version from [[http://​www.rstudio.com/​ide/​|RStudio website]] and follow instructions for installation. If you already have RStudio installed in your computer, you may check whether you have the latest version and update if you don't (in RStudio menu, go to //Help > Check for Updates//).
  
-RStudio is a convenient software, which combines R program with a text editor and graphical interface (and offers much more, like the organization of scripts and outputs into projects within a single folder, and for advanced users also convenient building of packages, document markup etc.). One thing I found a bit not handy is RStudio'​s native graphical output - it offers its' own unique sizeable graphical output into one of the subpanels, but this sometimes produces troubles (especially in the case when you draw more complex figures). The workaround is to use RStudio, but open the original drawing engine - just type ''​windows ()'',​ and a new active window will open.+RStudio is a convenient software, which combines R program with a text editor and graphical interface (and offers much more, like the organization of scripts and outputs into projects within a single folder, and for advanced users also convenient building of packages, document markup etc.). One thing I found a bit not handy is RStudio'​s native graphical output - it offers its' own unique sizeable graphical output into one of the subpanels, but this sometimes produces troubles (especially in the case when you draw more complex figures). The workaround is to use RStudio, but open the original drawing engine - just type ''​windows ()'' ​into the console, and a new active window will open (you can move it around the screen, or right-click on it by mouse and select “Stay on top” to keep it as the top window always visible on your screen).
  
 Optionally, there is a number of other text editors, which can be associated with R, e.g. [[http://​nbcgib.uesc.br/​lec/​software/​editores/​tinn-r/​en|Tinn-R]]. Optionally, there is a number of other text editors, which can be associated with R, e.g. [[http://​nbcgib.uesc.br/​lec/​software/​editores/​tinn-r/​en|Tinn-R]].
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