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  1. Open the GitHub repository with the materials for this course

  2. Click on commits

  3. Take a look through the commit history to see how the code changed over time

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Sara Cifuentes

Sara Cifuentes

June 26, 2022

Dear Charlie,

I had not considered this question until yesterday when I wanted to share this information with a teacher via GitHub.

When I send another person the Github link (e.g., https://github.com/Sagaciro/Week_12), how can this person open/visualize/run the R repository on their computer?

Sorry for my late question.

Thanks for everything,

Sara