After gradually migrating most of my workflow from Subversion to GitHub I discovered an itty, bitty, tiny, huge freakin’ problem. Part of my old workflow involved me storing code I would use again and again in a public repository then source-ing the code directly into R as needed. It also made this code easy for me to share with others, especially students and collaborators. No problem.
GitHub is superior to Subversion in notable ways, but that’s not our topic here. GitHub does make it easy to read source code directly from the site as plain text. Here’s an example of an address for a bit of code I use almost daily to give me a clean R session. Continue reading ‘Make GitHub R Code Available within R’ »