R is widely used by data scientists and researchers to retrieve, analyze and visualize data. The R programming language is mostly used in institutions such as Manufacturing, e-Commerce, healthcare, and financial institutions such as Banks to perform risk analysis such as credit risk analysis.
Here at LinuxAPT, we shall look into how to install the R programming language on Fedora 34/35.
1. Perform System Update
To begin, launch your terminal and update the system packages:
$ sudo dnf update
2. Install dependencies on the system
Now, run the command below to install dependencies:
$ sudo dnf install dnf-utils dnf-plugin-config-manager dnf-plugins-core
3. Install R programming language on your system
Installing R is quite a straightforward task since R is already available in Fedora repositories. To install R, simply run the command:
$ sudo dnf install R
During the installation, hit Y to continue installing R alongside all its dependencies and some additional packages.
Once installed confirm the version of R:
$ R --version
This article covers how you can install the R programming language on Fedora 35. In fact, R is a programming language and programming software that is utilized for analyzing statistics, data modeling, graphical portrayal, and detailing. It involves the algorithms from machine learning, linear regression, time series, etc. R is the best software tool for programming developers, analysts, and data miners who are anticipating and trying to present the data in convincing manners.