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 The data used in the examples shown on this wiki are from the Exploring Computer Science Unit 5 materials (available [[http://​www.exploringcs.org/​wp-content/​uploads/​2010/​08/​Unit-5-data-files.zip|here]]). Most examples use the ''​labike.csv''​ file, the ''​cdc.rda''​ file or the ''​CATwitter.robj''​ file.  The data used in the examples shown on this wiki are from the Exploring Computer Science Unit 5 materials (available [[http://​www.exploringcs.org/​wp-content/​uploads/​2010/​08/​Unit-5-data-files.zip|here]]). Most examples use the ''​labike.csv''​ file, the ''​cdc.rda''​ file or the ''​CATwitter.robj''​ file. 
 ==== Opening RStudio® ==== ==== Opening RStudio® ====
-While RStudio® can be run as a desktop application,​ we'll be using it exclusively in the browser. This means that you can access your work from any computer connected to the internet, and all your code and data will be available for you 24/7. To get to RStudio®, open a web browser (like Firefox or Google Chrome) and navigate to [[https://https://ids.mobilizingcs.org/#​rstudio/​]]. You will be prompted for your username and password on a page like this,+While RStudio® can be run as a desktop application,​ we'll be using it exclusively in the browser. This means that you can access your work from any computer connected to the internet, and all your code and data will be available for you 24/7. To get to RStudio®, open a web browser (like Firefox or Google Chrome) and navigate to [[https://tools.idsucla.org/#​rstudio/​]]. You will be prompted for your username and password on a page like this,
 {{ :​rstudio:​rstudiologin.png?​direct&​700 |RStudio login}} {{ :​rstudio:​rstudiologin.png?​direct&​700 |RStudio login}}
  
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 Once you have logged in, you should see something like this: Once you have logged in, you should see something like this:
  
-{{ :​rstudio:​rstudiofirstscreen.png?​direct&​700 |RStudio first screen}}+{{ :​rstudio:​rstudiofirstscreen.png?​direct&​700 |}}
  
 If you have successfully logged in to RStudio, you can start doing some data analysis! ​ If you have successfully logged in to RStudio, you can start doing some data analysis! ​
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