IRkernel - R kernel for Jupyter

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Now both R versions are available as an R kernel in the notebook. If you have Jupyter installed, you can create a notebook using IRkernel from the dropdown menu.

https://irkernel.github.io/
https://github.com/IRkernel/IRkernel

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