R is a dynamically interpreted programming language and can be authored / executed in multiple ways. One of the common tool that is provided with the installation of R is R Terminal which can be accessed using the command Prompt and also from the installation folder.

R Studio is the official IDE that is provided for the development of R programs and is quite simple yet powerful tool to rapidly build R programs. This post explores some of the most commonly used features of the R Studio.

Note: Please note this post does not cover R Studio in depth and you may refer to sources such as <>,<>, for more information.