The easiest way to get started with the redivis-r client library is via a Redivis notebook, which comes with the latest version pre-installed. Additionally, authentication is automatically handled within the Redivis notebook environment.
If you'd like to use the client in another environment, you can install the redivis library is from github. Use devtools to install the latest version from the
If you are using this library within a Redivis notebook, you'll automatically be authenticated. You can ignore this section.
This API token must then be set as the
REDIVIS_API_TOKENenvironment variable before running your script. You can set the variable for your current session by running the following in your terminal:
# or, within R
Sys.setenv(REDIVIS_API_TOKEN = "your_api_token")
data <- (
$dataset("CMS 2014 Medicare Data")
When referencing datasets, projects, and tables on Redivis, you should be familiar with the resource reference syntax.