## How to Write R Code in a Efficient Way

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This post briefly introduces my personal preference writing R code with Rstudio. This is not to say this is the best way, but I think it fits me at least.

** Published:**

This post briefly introduces my personal preference writing R code with Rstudio. This is not to say this is the best way, but I think it fits me at least.

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This post briefly introduces how to use Git to share your work and connect your Github with Rstudio.

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This post briefly introduces how to make R packages. For more details, you can check this Write R Extensions; but it is hard for beginnners to read through these details, so I recommend the Hadley’s R Packages book. This is a very reader-friendly book that introduces the infrastructure of R packages and the basic processes that we make R packages.

** Published:**

This post briefly introduces my personal preference writing R code with Rstudio. This is not to say this is the best way, but I think it fits me at least.

** Published:**

This post introduces R style guide from google community. It is very useful for beginners to learn how to code in an appropriate way that can share with other scholars. The basic goal of this post is to introduce the commonly used coding styles.

** Published:**

This post briefly introduces how to use Git to share your work and connect your Github with Rstudio.

** Published:**

This post introduces R style guide from google community. It is very useful for beginners to learn how to code in an appropriate way that can share with other scholars. The basic goal of this post is to introduce the commonly used coding styles.

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This post shows the R learning materials I have compiled regarding code style guide, useful packages, and some projects that I have worked on.

** Published:**

This post briefly introduces how to make R packages. For more details, you can check this Write R Extensions; but it is hard for beginnners to read through these details, so I recommend the Hadley’s R Packages book. This is a very reader-friendly book that introduces the infrastructure of R packages and the basic processes that we make R packages.

** Published:**

This post shows the R learning materials I have compiled regarding code style guide, useful packages, and some projects that I have worked on.

** Published:**

** Published:**

This post briefly introduces how to use Git to share your work and connect your Github with Rstudio.

** Published:**

This post briefly introduces how to make R packages. For more details, you can check this Write R Extensions; but it is hard for beginnners to read through these details, so I recommend the Hadley’s R Packages book. This is a very reader-friendly book that introduces the infrastructure of R packages and the basic processes that we make R packages.

** Published:**

This post introduces R style guide from google community. It is very useful for beginners to learn how to code in an appropriate way that can share with other scholars. The basic goal of this post is to introduce the commonly used coding styles.

** Published:**

This post shows the R learning materials I have compiled regarding code style guide, useful packages, and some projects that I have worked on.