The Rcpp Gallery is a collection of community contributed articles and code examples that illustrate techniques for programming with Rcpp. The goal is to provide a forum for easy sharing of technical insights and methods of work. We hope this helps both beginners to get started with Rcpp as well as advanced users to glean insights from seeing how others use Rcpp to solve more challenging problems.

If you are a user of Rcpp with code or insights you’d like to share, we’d love to hear from you. It’s possible to contribute everything from a small code snippet to a longer form article with supporting code. Please see contributing to the Rcpp Gallery for more details.

The source code for this website and all of the articles within it is available here (the individual articles also include a link to their source code). The source code published in the Rcpp Gallery is licensed under the GPLv2 (or later).

The gallery is published with Github Pages, styled using Bootstrap and Pygments, and built with R, Rcpp, knitr, and Jekyll.