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January 13, 2016


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Fantastic! Does it support R markdown in Visual Studio?

An excellent intro to RTVS! I agree, whilst it is a close clone to the RStudio IDE at this point in time, I deem RTVS will immediately be more familiar and easy to accustom to for a broad user base right from the beginning.

The feature I liked the most is the Jupyther mode.

I suggest rmarkup+knitr should be available, plus some formatting document templates provided from the 1st (RTM) release.

Very much useful session

Agreed. Looks like RStudio clone. Looking forward to see better integration with .net framework

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