In order to organize our code, test it, and share it internally and also externally, we write R packages. Some of them we submit them to Bioconductor and share them more widely. There are several R packages that make the process of writing new R packages easier, such as devtools, usethis, roxygen2, and biocthis. To learn more about
devtools and friends, we revised the material from the
rstudio::conf(2020) workshop Building Tidy Tools that was taught by Charlotte Wickham and Hadley Wickham. In the LIBD rstats club, we’ve also used materials from their 2019 workshop.
Today with @lcolladotor we finished ✅ learning about #purrr 🐈, functional programming and basics of #rstats functions using @CVWickham's slides 🤩 from #rstudioconf 2019— LIBD rstats club (@LIBDrstats) August 14, 2020
The Building Tidy Tools workshop is very useful if you want to transition from R user to R developer. If you are a Spanish speaker, you might be interested in our translation of their
rstudio::conf(2019) workshop at CDBS.
This workshop involves several exercises, which we highly recommend that you try to solve. One of our solutions is
lahuuki/foofactors2. Below you can watch the videos of our training sessions.