This tutorial in the context of the Reproducible Research Workshop provides you with the first steps on how to use Git with R and RStudio. (The tutorial was originally created on GitHub and hosted here.) Objectives of this tutorial: Set up and install Git Set up Git in RStudio Create new Git project in RStudio Clone/fork an existing project from GitHub Make some commits to your own project. Motivation R in combination with the distributed version control system Git provides a convenient setup to make your research project reproducible.
This tutorial in the context of the Reproducible Research Workshop provides you with the first steps on how to write publications in R. Objectives of this tutorial: Installation and setup of R, RStudio and Miktex Load a template project to RStudio (or fork it from GitHub, see part 4 of the Git with RStudio tutorial) Generate an example report as an HTML, Word or $\LaTeX$ (Latex) document Generate a sample publication Prepare a publication for use in Overleaf Motivation Wouldn’t it be great to combine analysis, data, results, plots, bibliography and text all together and later on regenerate a report or publication with the click of one button?