nbrsessionproxy - Jupyter extensions for running an RStudio rsession proxy

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nbrsessionproxy provides Jupyter server and notebook extensions to proxy RStudio. If you have a JupyterHub deployment, nbrsessionproxy can take advantage of JupyterHub's existing authenticator and spawner to launch RStudio in users' Jupyter environments. You can also run this from within Jupyter. Note that RStudio Server Pro has more featureful authentication and spawning than the standard version, in the event that you do not want to use Jupyter's.

https://github.com/jupyterhub/nbrsessionproxy

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