- In some cases, I really need to do some modeling in Python, so it's fantastic to see the integrated reticulate package in Rstudio 1.2 . Thanks to the guys in Rstudio.
But every time I try to run the Python scripts(e.g.: test.py) directly in Rstudio, It automatically point to the python default version 2.7. So I have to run the following R scripts over and over before I started to work with Python:
So is there other way to setup a default version permanently in Rstudio for python?
- Another thing is the python charts in Rstudio. Some times I need to plot scientific charts with Python Matplotlib. But when I try to zoom out these charts in the Plots Pane, they becomes extremely blurry, far worse than the original R ggplot2.
Just small annoying things bothered me sometimes. hah! I hope the final version will be more perfect.