R Links

Kevin Feasel

2016-12-16

Power BI, R

Ginger Grant has some links on learning R in the context of Power BI:

Comprehensive Resource Archive Network [CRAN] is where one can download Open Source R, packages and contains lots of information about R.

Microsoft R Open which is a fully CRAN compatible version created using the Intel MKL for improved performance can be downloaded here.

One thing I would push a little bit on that list is R Tools for Visual Studio.  My default R IDE is still R Studio, but RTVS has made some nice improvements, and it’s worth checking out.

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