Trending R Projects

This page lists the top trending R projects based on the growth of GitHub stars.
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Top 50 Trending R Projects

  • CheatSheet

    Repository for the cheatsheet and R code for generating the examples displayed. (by GraphicsPrinciples)

  • OOP-WG

    Collaboration space for the Object-oriented Programming Working Group

  • Robyn

    Robyn is an experimental, automated and open-sourced Marketing Mix Modeling (MMM) package from Facebook Marketing Science. It uses various machine learning techniques (Ridge regression, multi-objective evolutionary algorithm for hyperparameter optimisation, gradient-based optimisation for budget allocation etc.) to define media channel efficiency and effectivity, explore adstock rates and saturation curves. It's built for granular datasets with many independent variables and therefore especially (by facebookexperimental)

  • fastverse

    An Extensible Suite of High-Performance and Low-Dependency Packages for Statistical Computing and Data Manipulation in R

  • sceasy

    A package to help convert different single-cell data formats to each other

  • tidymodules

    An Object-Oriented approach to Shiny modules

  • immunedeconv

    A unified interface to immune deconvolution methods (CIBERSORT, EPIC, quanTIseq, TIMER, xCell, MCPcounter) and mouse deconvolution methods

  • easystats

    :milky_way: The R easystats-project

  • infercnv

    Inferring CNV from Single-Cell RNA-Seq

  • StatsBombR

    This repository is an R package to easily stream StatsBomb data from the API using your log in credentials or from the Open Data GitHub repository cost free into R .

  • R-Fundamentals

    D-Lab's 12 hour introduction to R Fundamentals. Learn how to create variables and functions, manipulate data frames, make visualizations, use control flow structures, and more, using R in RStudio.

  • nflfastR

    A Set of Functions to Efficiently Scrape NFL Play by Play Data

  • targets

    Function-oriented Make-like declarative workflows for R

  • seurat

    R toolkit for single cell genomics

  • bbplot

    R package that helps create and export ggplot2 charts in the style used by the BBC News data team

  • shiny.fluent

    Microsoft's Fluent UI for Shiny apps

  • plotgardener

  • db-benchmark

    reproducible benchmark of database-like ops

  • paws

    Paws, a package for Amazon Web Services in R (by paws-r)

  • miloR

    R package implementation of Milo for testing for differential abundance in KNN graphs

  • hex-stickers

    RStudio hex stickers

  • report

    :scroll: :tada: Automated reporting of objects in R

  • vegan

    R package for community ecologists: popular ordination methods, ecological null models & diversity analysis

  • shinyloadtest

    Tools for load testing Shiny applications

  • styler

    Non-invasive pretty printing of R code

  • nfldata

    NFL Data (by Lee Sharpe)

  • fusen

    Inflate your package from a simple flat Rmd

  • tinytex

    A lightweight, cross-platform, portable, and easy-to-maintain LaTeX distribution based on TeX Live

  • renv

    renv: Project environments for R.

  • fgsea

    Fast Gene Set Enrichment Analysis

  • rtweet

    🐦 R client for interacting with Twitter's [stream and REST] APIs

  • ggtext

    Improved text rendering support for ggplot2

  • vip

    Variable Importance Plots (VIPs)

  • languageserver

    An implementation of the Language Server Protocol for R

  • bench

    High Precision Timing of R Expressions (by r-lib)

  • lidR

    Airborne LiDAR data manipulation and visualisation for forestry application

  • tibble

    A modern re-imagining of the data frame

  • pagedown

    Paginate the HTML Output of R Markdown with CSS for Print

  • MAST

    Tools and methods for analysis of single cell assay data in R

  • clusterProfiler

    :bar_chart: A universal enrichment tool for interpreting omics data

  • stacks

    An R package for tidy stacked ensemble modeling (by tidymodels)

  • remotes

    Install R packages from GitHub, GitLab, Bitbucket, git, svn repositories, URLs (by r-lib)

  • tidyverse

    Easily install and load packages from the tidyverse

  • lintr

    Static Code Analysis for R

  • keyring

    :closed_lock_with_key: Access the system credential store from R (by r-lib)

  • tabulizer

    Bindings for Tabula PDF Table Extractor Library

  • nflverse-pbp

    builds play by play and player stats for nflverse/nflverse-data

  • stringr

    A fresh approach to string manipulation in R

  • googlesheets4

    Google Spreadsheets R API (reboot of the googlesheets package)

ABOUT: The growth percentage is calculated as the increase in the number of stars compared to the previous month. We list only projects that have at least 500 stars and a GitHub organization logo set.


What are some of the trending open-source R projects? This list will help you:

Project Growth
1 CheatSheet 14.3%
2 OOP-WG 11.4%
3 Robyn 9.6%
4 fastverse 9.6%
5 scRNA-seq_online 8.1%
6 sceasy 7.7%
7 tidymodules 7.6%
8 immunedeconv 6.2%
9 easystats 6.1%
10 infercnv 6.1%
11 StatsBombR 5.9%
12 R-Fundamentals 5.6%
13 nflfastR 5.4%
14 targets 5.0%
15 seurat 4.6%
16 bbplot 4.4%
17 shiny.fluent 4.4%
18 plotgardener 4.0%
19 db-benchmark 3.8%
20 paws 3.7%
21 miloR 3.5%
22 hex-stickers 3.4%
23 report 3.2%
24 vegan 3.0%
25 shinyloadtest 2.9%
26 styler 2.9%
27 nfldata 2.8%
28 fusen 2.8%
29 tinytex 2.6%
30 renv 2.6%
31 fgsea 2.5%
32 rtweet 2.4%
33 ggtext 2.4%
34 vip 2.4%
35 languageserver 2.4%
36 bench 2.3%
37 lidR 2.2%
38 tibble 2.1%
39 pagedown 2.1%
40 MAST 1.9%
41 clusterProfiler 1.9%
42 stacks 1.9%
43 remotes 1.8%
44 tidyverse 1.8%
45 lintr 1.8%
46 keyring 1.7%
47 tabulizer 1.7%
48 nflverse-pbp 1.7%
49 stringr 1.7%
50 googlesheets4 1.6%