DoIT’s Research Cyberinfrastructure group is offering the RStudio Team software suite for researchers on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus at least until April 2022.
What is RStudio Team?
Many R users are familiar with the RStudio interface for writing and running code and reports on their local machines. However, this service run in the cloud and offers a number of advantages over the free desktop and server versions of RStudio
How do I get access?
If you are interested in using RStudio Team, please fill out the following form:
We hope get feedback from users on the following topics as they use RStudio Team:
- Is this software useful for your research?
- How could this infrastructure be improved?
- Identify needs and other tools to support data science research at UW-Madison?
Terms of the Service
We currently have 10 concurrent slots for RStudio Pro and 100 concurrent slots for RStudio Connect. Due to the limited number of seats available for each resource, we are asking users to estimate the amount of time they will need to use the service. When this time period is up and we run out of seats, their account will be locked to free up a seat for another user, but their account and content will still be available for future use.
Support and feedback
Due to the novel nature this service, users should expect that they may have to work collaboratively with us troubleshoot problems, like package installation. Additionally, users will also need to give feedback on the service.
Please be aware that availability of the service is not guaranteed past April 2022, though we will work with users to transition any assets they have created out of the service if necessary.
Webinars and videos: https://rstudio.com/resources/webinars/
RStudio Connect user guide: https://docs.rstudio.com/connect/user/
Using Python with RStudio Connect: https://solutions.rstudio.com/documents/Using-Python-with-RStudio-Connect-1.7.0.pdf
RStudio Professional Drivers: https://docs.rstudio.com/pro-drivers/