I am going to do a really small tutorial about time series forecasting (just some simple commands) and the participants use R Studio. For this tutorial they need the forecast library. Now I wonder, if they have not installed it (which I assume) will the packages automatically imported in their R Studio environment when I use the install command like:
#Install and import Forecast package
Or do they have to do something in their R Studio environment such that this command works properly? I personally use R-Studio via Anaconda and here you just have to use the command. However, I do not know whether the participants also use Anaconda (I assume they do not) and this is why I would like you to estimate whether using and installing this library might be a problem for some R Studio environments? Of course, topics like this might be difficult in some special cases. However, I just want to make sure that I did not miss anything cruical when trying to explain how to use the forecast (or any other) library.
I'd appreciate every comment and will be quite thankful if you can share your experience.