Trending R Projects

This page lists the top trending projects based on the growth of GitHub stars.
It is updated once every week. The last update was on 20 Sep 2021.
» Get a weekly report « straight in your inbox. Every Friday.

Top 50 Trending R Projects

  • GitHub repo plotgardener

  • GitHub repo Robyn

    Robyn is an experimental, automated and open-sourced Marketing Mix Modeling (MMM) code from Facebook Marketing Science. It uses various machine learning techniques (Ridge regression with cross validation, 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 t

  • GitHub repo covid-19-the-economist-global-excess-deaths-model

    The Economist's model to estimate excess deaths to the covid-19 pandemic

  • GitHub repo shiny.fluent

    Microsoft's Fluent UI for Shiny apps

  • GitHub repo nflfastR-data

    Data scraped from nflfastR package

  • GitHub repo scRNA-seq_online

  • GitHub repo db-benchmark

    reproducible benchmark of database-like ops

  • GitHub repo easystats

    :milky_way: The R easystats-project

  • GitHub repo nflfastR

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

  • GitHub repo targets

    Function-oriented Make-like declarative workflows for R

  • GitHub repo tmap

    R package for thematic maps

  • GitHub repo nfldata

    NFL Data (by Lee Sharpe)

  • GitHub repo 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 .

  • GitHub repo stacks

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

  • GitHub repo validate

    Professional data validation for the R environment (by data-cleaning)

  • GitHub repo keyring

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

  • GitHub repo languageserver

    An implementation of the Language Server Protocol for R

  • GitHub repo open-standards

    Collaboration space for discussing and exploring technical and data standards

  • GitHub repo renv

    renv: Project environments for R.

  • GitHub repo seurat

    R toolkit for single cell genomics

  • GitHub repo fontawesome

    Easily insert FontAwesome icons into R Markdown docs and Shiny apps (by rstudio)

  • GitHub repo ggtext

    Improved text rendering support for ggplot2

  • GitHub repo tidyr

    Easily tidy data with spread and gather functions.

  • GitHub repo Covid19Canada

    Epidemiological Data from the COVID-19 Epidemic in Canada

  • GitHub repo dtplyr

    Data table backend for dplyr

  • GitHub repo stringr

    A fresh approach to string manipulation in R

  • GitHub repo rmarkdown

    Dynamic Documents for R

  • GitHub repo hex-stickers

    RStudio hex stickers

  • GitHub repo tibble

    A modern re-imagining of the data frame

  • GitHub repo esquisse

    RStudio add-in to make plots interactively with ggplot2

  • GitHub repo mapview

    Interactive viewing of spatial data in R

  • GitHub repo pagedown

    Paginate the HTML Output of R Markdown with CSS for Print

  • GitHub repo data.table

    R's data.table package extends data.frame:

  • GitHub repo keras

    R Interface to Keras (by rstudio)

  • GitHub repo sf

    Simple Features for R

  • GitHub repo covid-19-excess-deaths-tracker

    Source code and data for The Economist's covid-19 excess deaths tracker

  • GitHub repo pkgdown

    Generate static html documentation for an R package

  • GitHub repo tidyverse

    Easily install and load packages from the tidyverse

  • GitHub repo RestRserve

    R web API framework for building high-performance microservices and app backends

  • GitHub repo DrWhy

    DrWhy is the collection of tools for eXplainable AI (XAI). It's based on shared principles and simple grammar for exploration, explanation and visualisation of predictive models.

  • GitHub repo design

    Tidyverse design principles (by tidyverse)

  • GitHub repo tidyquant

    Bringing financial analysis to the tidyverse

  • GitHub repo reticulate

    R Interface to Python

  • GitHub repo dplyr

    dplyr: A grammar of data manipulation

  • GitHub repo vegan

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

  • GitHub repo quanteda

    An R package for the Quantitative Analysis of Textual Data

  • GitHub repo ggplot2

    An implementation of the Grammar of Graphics in R

  • GitHub repo UpSetR

    An R implementation of the UpSet set visualization technique published by Lex, Gehlenborg, et al..

  • GitHub repo rsample

    Classes and functions to create and summarize resampling objects

  • GitHub repo blogdown

    Create Blogs and Websites with R Markdown

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 plotgardener 34.5%
2 Robyn 22.3%
3 covid-19-the-economist-global-excess-deaths-model 19.4%
4 shiny.fluent 14.7%
5 nflfastR-data 12.4%
6 scRNA-seq_online 11.5%
7 db-benchmark 10.1%
8 easystats 9.0%
9 nflfastR 8.7%
10 targets 8.2%
11 tmap 6.2%
12 nfldata 5.8%
13 StatsBombR 5.3%
14 stacks 5.1%
15 validate 4.5%
16 keyring 4.5%
17 languageserver 3.7%
18 open-standards 3.5%
19 renv 3.4%
20 seurat 3.3%
21 fontawesome 3.1%
22 ggtext 2.9%
23 tidyr 2.9%
24 Covid19Canada 2.6%
25 dtplyr 2.6%
26 stringr 2.5%
27 rmarkdown 2.5%
28 hex-stickers 2.5%
29 tibble 2.4%
30 esquisse 2.4%
31 mapview 2.4%
32 pagedown 2.3%
33 data.table 2.3%
34 keras 2.2%
35 sf 2.2%
36 covid-19-excess-deaths-tracker 2.2%
37 pkgdown 1.9%
38 tidyverse 1.9%
39 RestRserve 1.9%
40 DrWhy 1.6%
41 design 1.6%
42 tidyquant 1.6%
43 reticulate 1.6%
44 dplyr 1.5%
45 vegan 1.5%
46 quanteda 1.5%
47 ggplot2 1.4%
48 UpSetR 1.4%
49 rsample 1.2%
50 blogdown 1.1%