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Introduction to RStudio IDE and version control with Git
This chapter introduces you to the integrated development environment provided by RStudio. You'll learn about the data viewer, the environment tab, the history tab, how to set and get your working directory, using the plots pane, navigating the help tab when you get stuck, and more.What is RStudio?50 xpInstalling RStudio50 xpRStudio panes100 xpThe console pane100 xpCode completion100 xpRetrieving previous commands100 xpEnvironment browser100 xpThe history tab100 xpFile browser100 xpThe source pane100 xpSourcing code100 xpTidying up code100 xpThe plots tab100 xpViewing documentation100 xpRStudio projects100 xpSummary25 xp
Version control using GitFree
In this chapter, you'll learn about version control, Git, and how to use Git within RStudio. You'll start with the basics, like how to turn on version control using Git in an existing directory. Then, you'll see how to track changes to files over time, explore your commit history, get rid of unwanted changes, and how to push changes to remote repositories on GitHub.Benefits of version control100 xpCreating a Git repository in RStudio100 xpTracking files and saving changes100 xpTracking files and saving changes II100 xpTracking files and saving changes III100 xpViewing changes made to a tracked file100 xpUndo changes: discard and revert100 xpViewing the commit history100 xpGoing back in the commit history: checkout100 xpGoing places: creating a GitHub repo100 xpCloning existing repos100 xpPulling from GitHub100 xpPushing to GitHub100 xpSummary100 xp
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