Installing R Tools for Visual Studio 2017

Kevin Feasel

2018-05-07

R

Tech Junkie Blog shows how to install R tooling within Visual Studio 2017:

In this post we are going to go over the steps to install R Tools For Visual Studio 2017.  RStudio has a development environment that is bare bones for the free version.  Visual Studio 2017 offers a more robust development environment if you download the R Tools feature.

Here are the steps to install R Tools for Visual Studio:

R Tools for Visual Studio 2015 is still a separate download.

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