git and GitHub are a great tools for facilitating reproducibility. RStudio is a wonderful tool for writing in R. Put them together - AWESOMENESS. In this Code Club episode, Pat shows how to get going with version control using an existing RStudio project and then how to push the project to GitHub. Pat uses functions from the tidyverse including functions from the #ggplot2, #dplyr, showtext, ggtext and glue packages in #RStudio. The accompanying blog post can be found at 🤍🤍riffomonas.org/code_club/2021-09-13-github. Want more practice on the concepts covered in Code Club? You can sign up for my weekly newsletter at 🤍shop.riffomonas.org/youtube to get practice problems, tips, and insights. R: 🤍r-project.org RStudio: 🤍rstudio.com Workshops: 🤍🤍mothur.org/wiki/workshops Here's a link for the chartr newsletter: 🤍🤍chartr.co If you're interested in taking an upcoming 3 day R workshop be sure to check out our schedule at 🤍riffomonas.org/workshops/ You can also find complete tutorials for learning R with the tidyverse using... Microbial ecology data: 🤍🤍riffomonas.org/minimalR/ General data: 🤍🤍riffomonas.org/generalR/ 0:00 Introduction 1:32 Creating our local git repository 3:58 Creating an account on GitHub 4:44 Creating repository on GitHub 5:39 Connect local repository to GitHub 6:32 Adding and modifying files to repository 9:25 Recap
This may seem like simple steps but this really clarified a lot of things, huge thanks from California :)
This is really helpful, I'm sure I'll comeback to this video a few times.
I don't have a option git, in version control, please tell what I am missing
Hey, thanks for the very helpful video. My Git Acc doesn't show me any Quick setup information after creating my repository ( no codes pop up)
That was helpful! Thank you.
thank for this amazing video, it helped a lot!
why don't find the option of setting version control to git at bUoN85QvC10&t=2m50s 2:50 ? I only have "none" option... any help is appreciated. thanks!
Our Lab doesn't use it, but I still try to manage my projects in GIT. I don't know why but I like Gitlab more.
Thanks for sharing your point of view over and over again. I don't know why you only have 3k subs.