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I'm a huge fan of RStudio for data analysis and cleaning, but I recently decided to give R on Linux terminal a try. However, I quickly realized that I needed colorized output to make it easier to read my code. Thankfully, after a quick Google search, I discovered that there's a package that can help me do just that! It's called Colorout, and you can find it on its Github repository here: Colorout.
If you're interested in installing Colorout yourself, here are the steps you'll need to follow:
- First, clone the Colorout repository by running
git clone https://github.com/jalvesaq/colorout.gitin your terminal.
- Next, run
R CMD INSTALL coloroutto install the package.
- Finally, you'll need to load the package every time you start working in R. To do this, simply start your R console and run
That's all there is to it! With Colorout installed, you'll be able to enjoy colorized output in R on your Linux terminal, making it easier to read and work with your code.