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Using Git and GitHub with R
Introduction to Git and GitHub
- What is Git? What is GitHub?
- Why Should You Learn to Use Git and GitHub?
- Update Everything
- Install Git
- Configure Git
- Create a Local Git Repository
- Commit History
- GitHub Repositories
- Connect RStudio and GitHub
- Push an RStudio Project to a GitHub Repository
- Pull a GitHub Repository to an RStudio Project
- Keep RStudio and GitHub in Sync
Collaborating with Git and GitHub
- Why Use GitHub vs Dropbox, Google Drive, Box, etc?
- Dealing with Common Problems: Can't Pull Code from GitHub
- Dealing with Common Problems: Merge Conflicts
- Dealing with Common Problems: Can't Push Code to GitHub
- Let's Keep Bad Things from Happening in the First Place
- What are Branches and Why Should We Use Them?
- Branch Names
- How to Create Branches
- Using Pull Requests to Merge a Branch Into Main
Project Management with GitHub
- GitHub Issues
- How to Organize Issues
- Other Cool Stuff You Can Do with GitHub
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Create a new file called README.md in your
local-firstproject and add text
Go to the Git tab and hit the commit button
Check the staged button next to your new README.md file (and any other modified files)
Add a commit message (e.g. “Add README file”)
Click the commit button
You’ve now made your first commit!