For reproducibility, I want to use Conda + R (IRkernel), which will allow
me to have within the same machine different "environments", with different
versions of R installed, and specific package versions:
As a result, I could execute in my command prompt:
>> conda activate r_environment_A
>> jupyter lab
And develop in a R environment with a fixed set of packages, and anyone
with my same environment (Can be exported though a `conda env export` and
created though a `conda create`) could reproduce the same analyses in their
However, instead of using Jupyter Lab, I would like to use "RStudio Server"
within my conda environment, but this is far more complicated, as I have
not been able to install it in an easy way, so that, changing my conda
environment, also changes my RStudio Server Environment:
You may get a response here (including my poorly-informed one) but this is off topic (_do read the Posting Guide_) so you are basically barking into the darkness here. You should be asking in the RStudio community forum.
As far as I am aware you have to run your RSS in a single environment, so conda is a poor match for that IDE. But hey... I could be wrong... go ask an expert.
On September 7, 2019 8:58:19 AM PDT, Juan Telleria Ruiz de Aguirre <[hidden email]> wrote: