José Cláudio Faria, Philippe Grosjean, Enio Galinkin Jelihovschi and Ricardo Pietrobon
Rmetrics eBooks 2010
Rmetrics Association & Finance Online Publishing, Zurich
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.
Preface by Bill Venables Download
Part 1: Overview
What is 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?
Feedback, suggestions and bug reports
Part 2: Basics
Keyboard Shortcuts (Default)
Part 3: Working With
Hotkeys (operational system)
Find and Replace
Search in Files
Part 4: Menu Description
Part 5: Appendix
What is New?
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