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I was just thinking... they might not need to fully build out a python ide, but could still reach the same objective.
You should be able to keep a python file on its own and call it in r. By doing this, you might be able to have the json/xml handling of python with the visual/stats power of R while it being nicely bundled in your workflow. This uses base functions in r and does a good job turning a pandas dataset to an r dataframe you can move along your workflow.
You could always just use this same idea to write a file somewhere and once it's written, your workflow will continue. If you do, the code is literally 1 line in r... Anyway, let me know your thoughts! 🙂