a <- factor(c("character", "in", "the", "streets")) b <- factor(c("integer", "in", "the", 'sheets')) c(a, b) #> [1] 1 2 4 3 2 1 4 3 #rstats



Hadley Wickham (@hadleywickham; 50795): a <- factor(c(“character”, “in”, “the”, “streets”)) b <- factor(c(“integer”, “in”, “the”, ‘sheets’)) c(a, b) #> [1] 1 2 4 3 2 1 4 3 > #rstats

Garrick Aden-Buie (@grrrck; 472109): If you’re stuck at home with a bad case of #UseR2019 FOMO (like me!) you can use this Shiny dashboard I made to keep up with the online conversation! #rstats 🥐🦄📊https://t.co/YbHyJtHY7U

Shian Su (@shian_su; 352119): https://t.co/byAF5Owoz4 Wrote a quick article on how to create and distribute an R package on Github. Hopefully this shows how easy it is and encourages people to make their work more accessible. Seeking feedback. #rstats

Ted Laderas (@tladeras; 24669): .@datapointier and I have updated our #rstats R-Bootcamp, which focuses on tidyverse, to use @_inesmontani’s free and open course format: https://t.co/7Q6Oxn2DKN

Hadley Wickham (@hadleywickham; 22460): Code from my tidyr talk at #user2019: https://t.co/GGaOGOLt8X. RStudio cloud instance if you want to try it out without installing dev packages locally: https://t.co/HzDhZum8C4 #rstats

Mara Averick (@dataandme; 20949): 😍 @juliesquid’s keynote begins with the most gorgeous opening slide ever (👩‍🎨 @allison_horst, obvi) 📽 slides: https://t.co/DBuA0Jt2Q4 📺 livestream: https://t.co/qMp6alQnDV #useR2019 #rstats https://t.co/8Q1LmyQghO

David Keyes (@dgkeyes; 20449): For the last few years, I’ve worked in evaluation, a field that does a LOT of surveys. Now that I use R, I’ve figured out ways to automate the tedious process of getting people to actually fill out surveys. #rstats #eval #evaluation https://t.co/pnppDjn3bk

JuliaStewart Lowndes (@juliesquid; 17627): “I came to R for the software, but I stayed with R for the community” - @revodavid. Me too! #user19 #rstats


Alison Hill (@apreshill; 13021): I didn’t know embedding a #shinyapp in a #blogdown post would be possible, but there is @Mayacelium doing it in style! https://t.co/0vFUJXdhX1

MariaPiquer (@MariaPiquer4; 121): Today my academic website is born!🎂 https://t.co/1kU4mn7WQ3
thanks to #blogdown #hugoacademic #githubpages AND @gartn001!! 🥳

Dⓐniel Chen @scipy2019 (@chendaniely; 51): @functiontelechy I’m in the middle of migrating everything to blogdown because of this… > https://t.co/Df0piYtcWO

pari125 (@parvanehshafiei; 43): *Text mining in R: https://t.co/TKGjeRmwNc *R Advanced book: https://t.co/wXI3GZERt8 *Statistical Inference via Data Science https://t.co/huC5oOO3bu *Blogdown: Creating Websites with R Markdown: https://t.co/eohh81weit Happy learning! #rstat #datascience #machinelearning

Philip Khor (@philip_khor; 41): Finally migrated my blogdown blog to a Netlify workflow. I’m using the Academic theme this time and I think I’m overselling myself. Can I make the default landing page not be the About page? > https://t.co/ee7HCwwf7q

Alison Hill (@apreshill; 40): @fellgernon @c_margerison @ahobby9 @xieyihui my site is also made in blogdown with the Hugo academic theme. As a former Associate Professor, I found that theme has the most flexibility for academics. As a post-ac, I’m still enjoying my site after a bit of a makeover: https://t.co/Rl9kOFJBTw

🇲🇽 Dr. Leonardo Collado-Torres (@fellgernon; 40): @c_margerison @ahobby9 I made mine with #blogdown and hugo-academic. Check out @apreshill and @xieyihui’s book and resources for more info :)

R-Ladies Tampa (@RLadiesTampa; 32): Don’t forget! @datakritter is teaching blogdown on 713. She’s posted some useful info on our @Meetup site, if you’d like to get started! #RLadies #RStats #Diversity https://t.co/uvMfEebg74

Michael Johnson (@data_mike_j; 31): @fchollet Blogdown + netlify = free blog with everything you need. Push new blog with git push. Run r and python code directly in blog. #rstats

J. Brian Byrd, MD, MS 🐦 (@thebyrdlab; 30): Thanks again, @dsquintana, for a great tutorial on making a website with ‘blogdown’ > Anyone know of examples of lab, rather than personal websites made with ‘blogdown’?

Yihui Xie (@xieyihui; 30): @seandavis12 Sounds interesting! Someone has contributed a PR last month, and at some point I’ll merge it: https://t.co/7L4gOH5uMF

Mathew ‘Night Science’ Ling (@lingtax; 22): Any #rstats #blogdown wizards successfully gotten a netlify hosted site to build with an “extended” hugo version? I’m so close to rebooting my new site but keep hitting the wall here.

Vanessa Stevens, PhD (@Vanessa_S91; 21): @c_margerison @epi_twit I used the excellent tutorial from @dsquintana to create mine (R blogdown/Hugo/Git/netlify). It’s still under construction and I need to sort out security certs for my custom domain but here it is: https://t.co/s5Y09OtxnF

𝗷𝗼𝘀𝗵𝘂𝗮 (@reverendofdoubt; 20): @ShreyaTrivediMD @M_Lin @tony_breu @MedTweetorials I could potentially make a website using @GoHugoIO themes with Blogdown (in RStudio). Hosting is super cheap on Netlify with the Hugo themes. But I’m starting intern year now :( @dsquintana has a GREAT tweetorial on how to do it that makes it so easy!

Ogundepo Ezekiel Adebayo (@gbganalyst; 20): @WeAreRLadies To build my personal website using blogdown and do webscraping in R or Python.

Dan Quintana (@dsquintana; 10): I’ve seen a few example of blogdown lab sites, but can’t recall any… Can anyone point out examples to @thebyrdlab? https://t.co/QkgtZbp9Sw

Stas Kolenikov (@StatStas; 10): @valeriealewis #markdown #blogdown

Susannah Cowtan (she/her) (@SuusJC; 10): @RLadiesNCL @nj_tierney @DilashaKCC It’s fine, do that! I am having a long drawn out fight with blogdown, hugo, github hosting and xaringan slides and losing. Builds fine in RStudio, apart from the slides link, but 404s on GitHub.

Ben Ackerman (@backerman150; 0/1): Summoning the wisdom of the #rstats #blogdown Twitterverse 🙏


Nicholas Tierney (@nj_tierney; 637): This makes me so happy to hear, and I am so grateful for the #bookdown #rstats package - this made for such a nice way to organise a workshop, and means people can come back to the work later to remember just what happened. Thanks @rstudio + @xieyihui for writing bookdown! https://t.co/Dp0gNBAeiL

LNPP (@LNPP_MX; 3111): #FelizMiércoles ¿Sabes qué es #CienciaDeDatos? Compartimos el libro “Ciencia de datos para curiosos” donde el autor señala que para aprender de esta ciencia es necesaria una buena dosis de curiosidad, lenguaje #R y la interfaz de desarrollo #RStudio 👉https://t.co/b7gZx3q1Fc 👈 https://t.co/7Tcxp1GLhj

Giorgio Boccardo (@gboccardobosoni; 3014): Comparto ‘RStudio para Estadística Descriptiva en Ciencias Sociales (2°Edición)’ que elaboramos con @felipe_ruizb al alero de Cátedra de Estadística Descriptiva en Sociología @uchile. Diseñado para aprender @rstudio y estadística desde cero en Open Source https://t.co/f02mCmf10f https://t.co/ZOKuM33req

Todd R. Johnson (@johnsontoddr4; 294): @willemsleegers I’m finding it a lot more satisfying to use R Markdown and related tech, such as Bookdown and the xaringan presentation package. My latest presentation is dynamically generated in R and hosted on github: https://t.co/NgOcZg6vZV

atusy (@Atsushi776; 187): bookdown のコミッタになったのでこれまでの貢献を振り返る | Atusy’s blog https://t.co/sRSLIXa7rs

Peyman Kor (@peyman_kor; 143): As an early researcher in my field, I enjoyed writing my “https://t.co/FeW36fyijW Thesis” in the #Rmarkdown and #bookdown” by @xieyihui. It is an amazing tool for having “REPRODUCIBLE” research and “ MULTIPLE REPORTING”. https://t.co/8Rzyp1Wqjq #rstats https://t.co/XfHJq9QjzB

Naras (@b_naras; 126): Our thanks to CVXR tutorial attendees @UseR2019_Conf with @anqi_fu . Complete bookdown with exercises and solutions available at https://t.co/3VFsRfY7sk

atusy (@Atsushi776; 100): bookdown のコミット権欲しいか聞かれたけど,ええんか……? https://t.co/dZJHBDin5l

Emorie Beck (@EmorieBeck; 80): 2/n Supplementary #bookdown results file https://t.co/tkm3HVld9z. Open data and code at https://t.co/b7lKzYFeUQ

Shane Conway (@statalgo; 73): “Applied Causal Analysis (with R)” from @p_c_bauer https://t.co/pU3agqNUWG #rstats #causalinference

Eduardo Guamán Daquilema (@guamandseduardo; 67): 🆓📚2 Libros digitales escritos por Alejandro Quintela del Rio #Estadística Básica Edulcorada (usando #Rstats) 🔗https://t.co/XQ7Ofvkxw7 P.E.P.E 🔗https://t.co/SJ6CGpWnej > #AnálisisDeDatos #CienciaDeDatos #RStatsEs #Probabilidad | #Statistics #DataScience #DataAnalysis #bookdown https://t.co/dnyHl7Mcdt

Statisticians and Data Scientists (@statsanddatasci; 53): 📚Applied Causal Analysis (with #Rstats) - Paul C. Bauer👇 https://t.co/nByk5c62ra > #Statistician #Statistics #mathematics #Maths #Stats #Econometrics #DataAnalysis #Estadistico #Estadistica #Matematicas #Econometria #AnalisisDeDatos #DataScience #CienciaDeDatos #bookdown https://t.co/6yCIFmdFBd

Statisticians and Data Scientists (@statsanddatasci; 44): #DataScience #statistics #dataanalysis #stats #maths #rstats #rstatses #bookdown #rstudio #machinelearning #deeplearning #estadistica #cienciadedatos #analisisdedatos #DataViz #RMarkdown #TextMining #statistician #Econometrics #Probability #DataAnalyst #Teacher #Tidyverse #Data https://t.co/uxkTI8d502

Sam Abbott (@seabbs; 41): Thesis formatting is very nearly a pleasure with #rstats and #bookdown. Assumed that short captions for figures and tables would be a nightmare but already been implemented! Thanks, @xieyihui! > #PhD #phdchat > Figures: https://t.co/mr9K1rXuG6 Tables: https://t.co/CPFNZJM2PR

atusy (@Atsushi776; 31): bookdown のおかげで pandoc というか skylighting の挙動に疑問が出たから,初めて素で pandoc 唱えてみるか.

Sebastian H. (@seathebass92; 30): Going through and enjoying statistical rethinking and am super grateful that this source was put together to understand the brms way to do things as well https://t.co/GLRXFgJkQ1

Statisticians and Data Scientists (@statsanddatasci; 24): #DataScience #statistics #dataanalysis #stats #maths #rstats #rstatses #bookdown #rstudio #machinelearning #deeplearning #estadistica #cienciadedatos #analisisdedatos #DataViz #RMarkdown #TextMining #statistician #Econometrics #Probability #DataAnalyst #Teacher #Tidyverse #Data https://t.co/xTqwSIwbT5

Statisticians and Data Scientists (@statsanddatasci; 23): #DataScience #statistics #dataanalysis #stats #maths #rstats #rstatses #bookdown #rstudio #machinelearning #deeplearning #estadistica #cienciadedatos #analisisdedatos #DataViz #RMarkdown #TextMining #statistician #Econometrics #Probability #DataAnalyst #Teacher #Tidyverse #Data https://t.co/GT5Pfa8PGZ

Umair Durrani (@umairdurrani87; 22): Found this gem today: A bookdown on Tidy evaluation (https://t.co/rOrM6B3krh ) by Lionel Henry and Hadley Wickham #rstats

Umair Durrani (@umairdurrani87; 21): A tutorial on writing dissertation with bookdown: https://t.co/yqk0Es2Aed #rstats

boB 🇷udis (@hrbrmstr; 20): @Voovarb ah! yes! cld not find the link to those. I added the right viewport tag to all the split html ones as well, but bookdown def lks btr :-)

atusy (@Atsushi776; 20): bookdown に書き込めるようになりました☆

atusy (@Atsushi776; 11): bookdown に PR する前に knitr と rmarkdown に PR しなきゃ.実装+テストしたぞ.あれ knitr の master ブランチで Travis CI コケるやん.まずここの修正 PR せな.さあ Travis CI 再挑戦だ ← 今ココ

John T. Johnson 🧠 Luctor et Emergo (@John4tl; 10): @fabian_zehner From what I understand, ggubr provides publication-ready graphs https://t.co/QqBqXf1V8w … While apaTables provides apa-style tables. https://t.co/80POj1UACF … I’m just getting into it myself, but these, along with bookdown, look very promising.

CableW (@cwen001; 10): @_inesmontani @noamross @tladeras @datapointier Thank you very much for this meaningful work! I was wondering if it is possible to have a site to collect ALL courses using your framework. That would be a real game changer, as the aggregator can help learners find what is available easily. Just like https://t.co/dYoW1Bc5IC

Gerard Cats (@gjcats; 10): @DenVuurDraak @Sander_1954 @TinusPulles @melvinvanmelzen @Vetustioribus @GreenOlivine @mus_nico @marcelcrok @dobbelska @fransawerf @curryja @RoyWSpencer @RogerPielkeJr Ja. https://t.co/SPNqXREgzD > Waarom zegt u “inmiddels”? Ze doen het inmiddels al 30 jaar… https://t.co/OEXztjfAnL https://t.co/p1ZIY03nXg

atusy (@Atsushi776; 10): @niszet0 bookdown 書き込み権分の働きができていればいいのですが…….

atusy (@Atsushi776; 10): @niszet0 これがマージされたら同じ JS を bookdown の html_book や gitbook に適用する仕事が残っているので,戦いはまだまだ続きます. gitbook はコピペだけで済まないので厄介です.

atusy (@Atsushi776; 10): 今日もまた一つ bookdown の不具合を見つけてしまった…….

atusy (@Atsushi776; 10): あとは bookdown

atusy (@Atsushi776; 10): アサイチで bookdown に PR キメてきた https://t.co/zuQrZVP9R6

Grumpy Old Health Stats Dude (@healthstatsdude; 10): @nicoleradziwill @ChelseaParlett @willkurt does the journal review ebooks (eg bookdown-built)?

Young Ha Kim (@bebekim; 10): @d_ijk_stra 미약하지만 내 경험상으로 말하건대 1) 정부 기관에 제출할 보고서 작성하는 워크플로 안에서 RStudio > Bookdown 요게 아주 물건임.

Jan Schetters (@SchettersJan; 10): https://t.co/PaW78OclVK

Mario Bravo (@Mario_Bravo75; 10): Ciencia de datos para curiosos https://t.co/XaIXpI4iXg

Gian Snow❄️ (@regudogian; 10): Bookdown thotiana https://t.co/Tt6wtTMdDb

藤原惟📕Markdownライティング入門 (@skyy_writing; 10): R Markdown: The Definitive Guide https://t.co/xJSPwWViUu

Josiah🤷🏻‍♂️(Joe-sigh-uh) (@JosiahParry; 0/2): bookdown #rstats folk: Is there a way to ignore chapters with something similar to and Rbuildignore?

Ido Bar (@DrIdoBar; 0/1): Awesome work @hackyhourGU, I guess it’s time for some bookdown #rstats magic to wrap it up nicely. https://t.co/9USm6SR1AK https://t.co/KmOHTv4XVq

atusy (@Atsushi776; 0/1): @niszet0 bookdown で highlight:tango を html_document2 で使った時と html_book で使った時とで,挿入される CSS の始まりが <style type=“text/css” data-origin=“pandoc”> か <style type=“text/css”> になるんですけど原因分かります?


Nicholas Tierney (@nj_tierney; 316): This morning @xieyihui showed me the wonders of how to verbatim write an inline code chunk using knitr::inline_expr(), so I wrote a short blog post about it: > https://t.co/JaFQYxwCT9 > #rstats https://t.co/6dCEYBPMuj

Chung-hong Chan (@chainsawriot; 83): RMarkdown and knitr, both support by RStudio, are taking over Sweave. Some argue RMarkdown is more teachable than Sweave, similar to the recent Tidyverse vs data.table civil war. Should I start another civil war against RMarkdown and revive the glory days of Sweave? #rstats

Clark Richards, PhD (@ClarkGRichards; 30): @macleod199 @WeAreRLadies I am in the process of transitioning our old DFO report format to a knitr document right now! The future is (nearly) here.

Maciej Beręsewicz (@mberesewicz; 21): Należy zauważyć, że automatyczne raporty wykonane są w #rstats zapewne w #knitr, a wykresy są w #ggplot. Piękny przykład wykorzystania open source w administracji publicznej! https://t.co/xW38jbiDSd

Matthew MacLeod (@macleod199; 20): @WeAreRLadies Using knitr to produce a report for work with embedded code.

2019 LSA Summer Linguistic Institute (@LSA2019; 11): Today’s Event Update: July 10 Workshops (22) Knitr LaTeX R Markdown 10:00-12:00 Olson207 Web-based experiments 10:30-15:00 Olson267 Reproducible research 14:00-16:00 Olson207

atusy (@Atsushi776; 11): knitr はチャンクが掃き出すコードブロックにもっとクラス属性を与えるべきと思ったが PR を断念した | Atusy’s blog https://t.co/fO81CTLrca 違うところで knitr に PR したり,代わりに rmarkdown に PR したりはした (本文参照).

Anne-Wil Kruijt (@t_awkr; 11): @lwjohnst @8bitscollider Out of genuine curiosity: how do you make out that tidyverse emphasizes making docs? Is it possible that you’re conflating tidyverse with rstudio, rmarkdown, & knitr?

sahil seth (@sethsa; 10): @tangming2005 Didn’t want params to depend on knitr (too many deps), only to access the kable function. So asked and added the src code and also added yihui as an ctb… in params.

Fabian Zehner (@fabian_zehner; 10): @willemsleegers That’s handy, great idea. Do you consider to make this also similarly available for LaTeX? Or do you have an idea which package would do this in knitr & Co.?

Trocken Fisch (@trockenfisch; 10): @spenglerandreas @gemuellert Und mit Sweave/R oder Knitr/R erfolgen die Berechnungen und das Erstellen der Grafiken. Niemand, der das Ergebnis lesen muss, verzichtet auf LaTeX auf dem Weg zum PDF.

atusy (@Atsushi776; 10): @niszet0 CSS のセレクタ完全に理解すれば knitr に手を出さずになんとかできそうな気がしてきたので頑張りまっす!

atusy (@Atsushi776; 10): knitr-examples を数十ファイル更新する必要が出たけど sed 分からんから, tidyverse でやった: )

Dilsher Dhillon (@TexanDhillon; 10): @stoltzmaniac So a combination of parametrized reports and map using the knitr::render function.

Chung-hong Chan (@chainsawriot; 0/1): 1. Sweave are two base R functions. There is no need to install knitr, pandoc, etc. As some might argue, i don’t need to install an ecosystem of a million packages.

勉強会スライドbot (@tech_slideshare; 0/1): ~knitr+pandocではじめる~『R MarkdownでReproducible Research』 (Nagi Teramo, @​teramonagi) https://t.co/aDvDnNzrGL


atusy (@Atsushi776; 11): メモ。pagedownを参考にすれば、html_document2内で組み込みCSSを追加できるか……? > https://t.co/qTz6ueWRxs


藤原惟📕Markdownライティング入門 (@skyy_writing; 10): TinyTeX - A lightweight, cross-platform, portable, and easy-to-maintain LaTeX distribution based on TeX Live - Yihui Xie | 谢益辉 https://t.co/Us2EypvUbU


Beatriz Milz 🇧🇷 (@BeaMilz; 21): Now I have a sticker of my favorite R package: #xaringan !! #rstats https://t.co/qXgDuNfu0j

Maëlle Salmon 🐟 (@ma_salmon; 10): @cordura21 For https://t.co/J9kWsghcUs I used reveal js, there is an autoSlide option https://t.co/wbetJiUYYY but maybe xaringan too handles automatic transitions?

Yihui Xie (@xieyihui; 10): @EvaMaeRey @apreshill @benmarwick @espinielli Could you file a feature request to the Github repo of xaringan? I think the table of contents can certainly be useful in some cases (especially for long talks and tutorials but definitely not for presentations shorter than 30 min). Thanks!


Yihui Xie (@xieyihui; 101): @aosmith16 Okay, I just carved your name in the Hall of Fame: https://t.co/1VCohDyyI3 :)

Seçkin Arslan (@seckin1984; 11): @byureka @VaniaDeAguiar @AcademicChatter apparently, there is a package to increase the readability of R code (FormatR) but never used myself not sure if this could decrease time organising code https://t.co/0X08eaYkQ2