Startup and Closing Behavior
The R GUI versions, including RStudio, under Windows and Mac OS X can be
opened by double-clicking their icons. Alternatively, one can start it by
R in a terminal (default under Linux).
The R environment is controlled by hidden files in the startup directory:
When responding with
y, then the entire R workspace will be written to
.RData file which can become very large. Often it is sufficient to just
save an analysis protocol in an R source file. This way one can quickly
regenerate all data sets and objects.
Create an object with the assignment operator
List objects in current R session
Return content of current working directory
Return path of current working directory
Change current working directory