Docker And R

Mara Averick has some resources to help you get started with running R in a Docker container:

liftr 📦 by Nan Xiao

liftr aims to solve the problem of persistent reproducible reporting. To achieve this goal, it extends the R Markdown metadata format, and uses Docker to containerize and render R Markdown documents.

Click through for those resources as well as an addictive 8-bit animated GIF.

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