Running an R Script on a Schedule: Overview

There are lots of rstats tutorials about creating beautiful plots, setting up shiny applications and even a few on setting up plumber APIs (but we could use more). However a lot of work consists of running a script without any interaction. This is an overview page for the tutorials I’ve created so far. This overview is for you if you want to know how to run your batch script (do one thing without supervision) automatically. [Read More]

Running an R Script on a Schedule: Gh-Actions

Tweeting from github actions

In this tutorial I have an R script that runs every day on github actions. It creates a curve in ggplot2 and posts that picture to twitter. The use case is this: You have a script and it needs to run on a schedule (for instance every day). Other ways to schedule a script I will create a new post for many of the other ways on which you can run an R script on schedule. [Read More]

Running an R Script on a Schedule: Gitlab

Tweeting from gitlab actions

In this tutorial I have an R script that creates a plot and tweets it, it runs every day on gitlab runners. The use case is this: You have a script and it needs to run on a schedule (for instance every day). Other ways to schedule a script I will create a new post for many of the other ways on which you can run an R script on schedule. [Read More]

Running an R Script on a Schedule: Heroku

Tweeting from heroku

In this tutorial I have an R script that runs every day on heroku. It creates a curve in ggplot2 and posts that picture to twitter. The use case is this: You have a script and it needs to run on a schedule (for instance every day). In 2018 I wrote a small post how to run an R script on heroku. The amazing thing is that the bot I created back then is still running! [Read More]