This repository houses experiments with generating a standalone Quarto Document using WebR.

You can create WebR-powered Quarto code cells using the quarto-webr extension:



WebR v0.1.0 was launched on March 9th by George Stagg (georgestagg) and Lionel Henry (lionel-). The goal of webR is to:

run R code in the browser without the need for an R server to execute the code

This is an amazing advancement of R and has major implications with teaching R to the masses in an active learning context!


This repository leans heavily on the webR developers public-facing examples: