tinn-R Editor

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tinn-R Editor

 

 

José Cláudio Faria, Philippe Grosjean, Enio Galinkin Jelihovschi and Ricardo Pietrobon
Rmetrics eBooks 2010
Rmetrics Association & Finance Online Publishing, Zurich
216 pages
ISBN: 978-3-906041-07-0

 

About the Book:

It is a pleasure to introduce the first book in the R/Rmetrics series not authored by the Rmetrics team.

This book, by José Cláudio Faria, Philippe Grosjean, Enio Galinkin Jelihovschi and Ricardo Pietrobon, describes the tinn-R editor, a very powerful code editor for R. Tinn-R is the ultimate editor for R users onWindows. The functionality of Tinn-R goes far beyond that of a simple text editor; it allows you to define projects, highlight important syntax elements, and send R code to the console. Using Tinn-R allows you to be much more productive when working with R.

The book is divided into four parts: Overview, Basics,WorkingWith, and Menu Description. It not only provides a very readable introduction to Tinn-R, but also serves as a valuable reference.

 

Table of Contents: Download

Preface by Bill Venables Download

Part 1: Overview
Quick start
What is Tinn-R?
Why Tinn-R?
What do you get by using Tinn-R?
Do I have to pay for Tinn-R?
What was the motivation to start and maintain the Tinn-R project?
What is the sentence we from the development team most like to hear?
Which tools were used to create this user guide?
Acknowledgment
Feedback, suggestions and bug reports 

Part 2: Basics
Configuration
Keyboard Shortcuts (Default)
FAQ

Part 3: Working With
Application Options
Editor Options
Selection Mode
Colors Preference
Shortcuts Customization
Hotkeys (operational system)
Rterm Interface
Tools Interface
File Tabs
Tools Bar
Find and Replace
Search in Files
Database
Regular Expressions

Part 4: Menu Description
File
Project
Edit
Format
Marks
Insert
Search
Options
Tools
R
View
Window
Web
Help 

Part 5: Appendix
What is New?
R Manuals on CRAN


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