Angela W.

Everyone loves jupyter notebook. (I enjoy R Studio too).

I would like both of them to share the same local library.

So i share the step by step to do so:

  1. Open Anaconda, create a new environement with R. In my case, i called it Rwork
  2. Open the terminal from Anaconda

3. Locate the R.exe from your local library, on the anaconda terminal CD / Run the R as follows:

cd ‘directory of R’
i.e. cd c:\users\<location>\<R Version>\bin

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Angela W.

Angela W.

Data science professional. Love food and obsessed with efficiency.

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