RStudio cloud service in the works?

An interesting result popped up when I searched for RStudio cloud this morning: RStudio.cloud from RStudio itself.

"Kick the tires to your hearts delight - but don't plan on taking a cross-country trip just yet," the service warns on its home page.

I logged in using my existing shinyapps.io account, which the home page advises to do. If  you don't use shinyapps.io, you can set up a new account there, or use Google or GitHub credentials. 

The opening screen lets you create a project:

RStudio.coudScreenshot at RStudio.cloud

Page to create a project at RStudio.cloud.

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An interesting result popped up when I searched for RStudio cloud this morning: RStudio.cloud from RStudio itself.

"Kick the tires to your hearts delight - but don't plan on taking a cross-country trip just yet," the service warns on its home page.

I logged in using my existing shinyapps.io account, which the home page advises to do. If  you don't use shinyapps.io, you can set up a new account there, or use Google or GitHub credentials. 

The opening screen lets you create a project:

RStudio.coud Screenshot at RStudio.cloud

Page to create a project at RStudio.cloud.

To read this article in full, please click here

RStudio cloud service in the works?

An interesting result popped up when I searched for RStudio cloud this morning: RStudio.cloud from RStudio itself.

"Kick the tires to your hearts delight - but don't plan on taking a cross-country trip just yet," the service warns on its home page.

I logged in using my existing shinyapps.io account, which the home page advises to do. If  you don't use shinyapps.io, you can set up a new account there, or use Google or GitHub credentials. 

The opening screen lets you create a project:

RStudio.coudScreenshot at RStudio.cloud

Page to create a project at RStudio.cloud.

To read this article in full, please click here


An interesting result popped up when I searched for RStudio cloud this morning: RStudio.cloud from RStudio itself.

"Kick the tires to your hearts delight - but don't plan on taking a cross-country trip just yet," the service warns on its home page.

I logged in using my existing shinyapps.io account, which the home page advises to do. If  you don't use shinyapps.io, you can set up a new account there, or use Google or GitHub credentials. 

The opening screen lets you create a project:

RStudio.coud Screenshot at RStudio.cloud

Page to create a project at RStudio.cloud.

To read this article in full, please click here

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