What’s New in R Plugin
The plugin is available for 2019.3 versions of IDEs and for EAP builds of 2020.1. The latest update comes with many stability improvements and long-awaited features:
1. You want your publications to look good, we now make it easy to get your graphs in exactly the size you need.
When you execute any code chunk that plots the graph, just click in the Plots tab and you’ll be able to export it in the portable network graphics (.png).
3. Need more packages? How about creating your own one? The latest build of the plugin comes with some cool features: the dedicated R Package project type with prefabricated package structure and templates and the Build tool window with handy instruments to install, check, and test a new package.
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