Hi Rstudio users,
First off - I am sorry if this is not the right forum to post this question, but I couldn't really find a better fit.
I mostly do my reading in the evening or at night before going to sleep, so I prefer reading paper-books or e-reader books over reading on a webpage, and I don't mind paying for a paper or e-book version of what I am reading. However, I feel as if everything inside the R and especially the tidyverse moves so fast that any "static" text containing code quickly become outdated or obsolete.
E.g. the printed version of " R Packages: Organize, Test, Document, and Share Your Code" by Hadley Wickham is from 2015. I've been reading it on the book-site (http://r-pkgs.had.co.nz/), and I love the book, but a 4-year-old version of tidyverse R code seems ancient to me. I might be wrong, but I expect many things have changed in this time.
I have noticed that many of the online book sites for R books contain updated code.
Would it be possible to add an option to buy the book from the book site in an updated e-book format?
Or has someone else found a way to read updated books on an e-reader?