The {modelsummary} #rstats package is now available on CRAN. Create beautiful and endlessly customizable tables to display results from your statistical models. 1/n



Vincent Arel-Bundock (@VincentAB; 482139): The {modelsummary} #rstats package is now available on CRAN. Create beautiful and endlessly customizable tables to display results from your statistical models. 1/n

JD Long (@CMastication; 45633): I’m in KY and my wife just texted me that I got some mail at home. I’m pretty stoked! #rstats

Mara Averick (@dataandme; 38283): 🔪 Great content, and hilarious slides! “Get up to speed with Bayesian data analysis in R” by @rabaath #rstats

Hadley Wickham (@hadleywickham; 333105): rstudio::conf(2020) is now open for registration! I hope you’ll join us in SF, Jan 27-30 2020. I am personally very excited about our awesome keynote speakers: @hspter, @rdpeng, @wattenberg, @viegasf, @JennyBryan, and JJ Allaire #rstats

Shiloh Bradley (@ShilohRBradley; 32814): This might be my longest dplyr statement ever and I’m so proud of it. :,) #rstats #tidyverse

Thomas Lin Pedersen (@thomasp85; 19245): 🎉🎉🎉 ragg is on CRAN. High performance and high quality raster devices for #rstats

R-bloggers (@Rbloggers; 16471): 101 Machine Learning Algorithms for Data Science with Cheat Sheets {} #rstats #DataScience

rOpenSci (@rOpenSci; 14657): rOpenSci Announces $678K Award from the Sloan Foundation to Expand Software Peer Review > > #rstats #SoftwarePeerReview


Shirley B. Wang (@ShirleyBWang; 474): Excited to share my new website, made in R using the blogdown package:!

Sa-kiera T. J. Hudson (@Sakiera_Hudson; 230): Whoever said it is easy to make a website using Blogdown LIED! > That said, I think I’m finally understanding how it all fits together. Website coming August 2019!

antuki (@antuki13; 219): My slides for my ⚡ talk at #useR2019 about how to deal with the change of administrative divisions over time ⏰ are on my #blogdown website. Feedbacks are welcome!

R-Ladies Tampa (@RLadiesTampa; 22): Don’t forget! We’re spending an exciting morning with Blogdown, tomorrow! #RLadies #RStats #Diversity

Shirley B. Wang (@ShirleyBWang; 10): @Nate__Haines Thank you! And agreed, blogdown is awesome (and free!) :)

Nathaniel Haines (@Nate__Haines; 10): @ShirleyBWang Looks awesome! Blogdown is the way to go :)

Ches Thurber (@ChesThurber; 10): a special thanks to @apreshill whose resources were invaluable in learning how to build a website with #blogdown

amit (@VizMonkey; 0/2): Hey #rstats #blogdown fam… any of you getting scary warnings from github about security issues? What’s wrong w/ the Ghostwriter theme? Advice?


Julia Silge (@juliasilge; 6711): How and why write an open-source book? 📚@jakub_nowosad explains at #useR2019 that he and collaborators used bookdown, GitHub, CI, and more to write their #geocompr book. > Community involvement was motivating, and improved book! 😍

Edwin Thoen (@edwin_thoen; 4213): I started to write a text on doing machine learning in #rstats using the Agile principles. It is very much WIP, but in the Agile spirit I already publish the first drafts. You can read it here and is maintained here

Joshua Rosenberg (@jrosenberg6432; 297): Have a possibly forthcoming update related to the ‘Data Science in Education’ book! > Something particularly exciting is if we have an update the entire book will be available via a bookdown website (and the book’s content will always be available here:

Vikram_Singh Rawat (@Guru_GyanKhoji; 246): @MattDowle > started working on the beginner’s guide to #rdatatable > Learn RDataTable

JuliaStewart Lowndes (@juliesquid; 124): @matiberrutti @allison_horst @nceas @mozilla @RLadiesGlobal @rOpenSci @rstudio @thecarpentries Hi, I made the slides with R!

Hugo Sant’Anna Rodrigues (@hsantanna; 121): @causalinf I just found this website. Don’t know if it is common knowledge or if anyone on Twitter told about it, but it is amazing! >

Felipe Ruiz (@felipe_ruizb; 71): Estamos compartiendo segunda edición del manual “ @rstudio para Estadística Descriptiva en Ciencias Sociales”, resultante de un gran ft. metodológico con @gboccardobosoni Esta versión es altamente interactiva, disponible como libro online gratuito:

Curry Cunningham (@CurryCunningham; 64): Interested in learning #R for data manipulation, interrogation, and visualization? > Some fantastic and free online textbooks: > R for Data Science - Wickham and Grolemund: * My go-to ref! > R Programming for Data Science - Peng:

ɐɔıssǝſ Burnett (@TrashBirdEcol; 43): Rmarkdown and bookdown users: Is there a way to render references (e.g., @auth_yr_title) INSIDE a kable table? #bookdown #thesisdown #rstats

Omni Analytics Group (@OmniAnalytics; 34): Recapping last week’s #useR2019 in our #bookdown-based #tweetbook. Check out some of the highlights! #rstats #tidytuesday @UseR2019_Conf

Gianluca Baio (@gianlubaio; 30): #bookdown is kinda cool. I’m wasting way too much time making the notes on intro to stats for the students of our @UCLMScHEDS students look all shiny and cool. But they do…

Solomon Kurz (@SolomonKurz; 30): @djnavarro @jonathanleehelm @reverendofdoubt @kaz_yos The new #bookdown format is great

Charles T. Gray (@cantabile; 30): TIL you can add presenter notes to ioslides 🥐 > <div class = “notes”> some rmarkdown </div> >

The Fixer (@SaanpaurSeedi; 22): • Hands On Programming with R • An Introduction to Machine Learning with R • R for Data Science • Reproducible Finance with R (in RMarkdown with bookdown) #rstats #freebiefriday

中西大輔 (@daihiko; 21): 前に直したのに今やり直そうとしてやり方がわからない。「デフォルトのテンプレートの位置はPDFをレンダリングした際にコンソールに表示される、pandocの–template引数に書いてあります」場所がわからない。

Erin Hengel (@erinhengel; 21): @grant_mcdermott Thanks! I decided to try it for the first time with this paper—before that, I always used Stata + tex + a bash script to automate everything—and really like it. It’s nice to have everything organised in one program and pandoc + bookdown is surprisingly customisable.

Solomon Kurz (@SolomonKurz; 20): @RensvdSchoot Thank you for the offer @RensvdSchoot. Along those lines, I have several blogs and book-length projects introducing #brms you might be interested in.

Blogs: Book-length projects:

Yanina Bellini (@yabellini; 20): @maticamba @romi_nahir Rmarkdown 😉

Erin Hengel (@erinhengel; 11): @wytham88 @grant_mcdermott For maximum customisability, also check out pandoc templates.

Erin Hengel (@erinhengel; 10): @wytham88 @grant_mcdermott Sorry meant we wrote it. (I just put it in bookdown.)

Erin Hengel (@erinhengel; 10): @wytham88 @grant_mcdermott Thanks! Yeah, exactly. I wrote it in bookdown (which is great btw and makes it very easy to create PDFs & html docs at the same time) and then just push changes to the master branch on github when I’m ready to publish.

Wei Yang Tham🔎 (@wytham88; 10): @erinhengel @grant_mcdermott this is beautiful. so you’re writing the paper in bookdown and then hosting the html on github? I’m guessing something like this (

Wei Yang Tham🔎 (@wytham88; 10): @erinhengel @grant_mcdermott Cool! I used to start off with the basic Rmd pdf_document but have realized that’s pretty limited. will prob just go directly to bookdown now


Dillon Niederhut PhD @ #SciPy2019 (@dillonniederhut; 3517): Have you been waiting for a tool like knitr but for Python? Check out Geoffrey Poore’s Codebraid #SciPy2019

Emily Morgan (@emilynguist; 61): Great materials for getting introduced to/practicing R, knitr, and Rmarkdown:

Spencer Carter 🌈Pro EU | #Archaeologist FSA Scot (@microburin; 50): @MNEK Well, I’ve started yarn-bomb knitting again if that’s any indication. (Saltburn pier is famous). Knitr? People are too F*d up.

Matt #EarthquakeSzn Betz (@IAmMattBetz; 40): I might start just creating all of my documents in LaTeX and knitR and take a poll a month later to see how many people are impressed and how many people want to murder my pretentious ass

Ben (@ben_science; 32): Everybody’s workflow is different. Mine, using RMarkdown files, sometimes wants me to keep the objects in the environment after rendering. Always used the “Knit” button in RStudion. Lesson learned today: “render()” with “clean = F”. @rstudiotips #rstats #rmarkdown #knitr

Marine Duperat (@MauditChablis; 31): First time with #knitr and #rmarkdown @rstudio ! Not as bad as I thought 😃 Let’s do #reproducible #research ! 🤓🌲

2019 LSA Summer Linguistic Institute (@LSA2019; 30): Goal of the workshop: introducing the concept of Dynamic Documents with knitr, integrating R code and Markdown/LaTeX into a single, reproducible document. Our presenters will be teaching R Markdown and knitr (not explicitly R and LaTex)

Ruby Programming (@ProgrammingRuby; 20): Ruby Algorithm Documentation with AsciiDoc and Knitr > ☞ > #ruby #RubyonRails

2019 LSA Summer Linguistic Institute (@LSA2019; 20): Wednesday Workshops are in full force! > And we’re rocking the Data Summer Camp from 10am-12pm with Bradley McDonnell and Bradley Rentz from the University of Hawai’i at Mãnoa, with “Putting it all together with Knitr, LaTeX, and R Markdown” 🤗

Bothe( ̄□ ̄;) (@geschichtenpost; 12): #rstats #rstudio #rmarkdown #knitr > and one possible part of an answer: declaring an out.width may be one culprit

atusy (@Atsushi776; 10): @niszet0 Wolfram使ったことないのがネックなんですが,knitr engineの習作にしたいと思ってます.

Ruby on Rails (@ruby_o_rails; 10): Ruby Algorithm Documentation with AsciiDoc and Knitr > ☞ > #ruby #RubyonRails

Hao Ye (@Hao_andY; 10): @TrashBirdEcol @MattCrump @rstatstweet @ye_2015 LOL, and then I thought about it some more, and realized you could just do: {r} a &lt;- c(1, 2) b &lt;- c("@Sauer_1991", "@Ye_2015") df &lt;- data.frame(a, b) knitr::kable(df, format = "markdown")

James Curran (@ProfJamesCurran; 10): I know this is going to sound like a dumb question, but I can’t find the answer Googling. Is there a knitr “theme” that makes the input/output look like the HTML rendered R Markdown? Even PDF rendered R Markdown isn’t quite the same as the HTML.

2019 LSA Summer Linguistic Institute (@LSA2019; 10): What are you doing at your summer camp? > Not making anything by hand of course! Easily make simple tables with #RMarkdown • Knitr has an awesome table function table and you simply select the data you want from a dataframe and then display it as a table! #Lingstitute2019

2019 LSA Summer Linguistic Institute (@LSA2019; 10): No need to wait for Amazon Prime, first we’ll install our own packages (in fact, we need to before we can carry on!) • Remember to install the R package knitR first, and let these light & sweet software packages allow results and data to remain separate, but linked.

Luke Smith (@lksmth; 0/1): How can I run a hook at the end of a document? #rstats #knitr

Dr. Sarah Pohl (@LilithElina; 0/1): I’m using #kableExtra to generate nice HTML tables in my #knitr document. In one table, I want to print the rownames as well (I can see them with rownames(df)), but when I set row.names=TRUE in kable(), all I get are numbers. Does anyone know why? #rstats


XP (@song_xiaoping; 2010): Recently created a crash course for coding in R. Slide decks and notes were created entirely in R, and are freely available on Github! #rstats #rmarkdown #xaringan #tidyverse

Dr. Sam Tyner (@sctyner; 123): Here’s a gist for making your #xaringan slides #JSM2019 themed using @grrrck’s xaringanthemer package:

Dianne Cook (@visnut; 101): Deloitte sponsor talk for #user2019 using #xaringan , icon and emo R packages ⁦@BigDataCXO⁩ 😎

Chris (@_manochris; 51): Mn tento agi na impureza cmg Logo eu q tenho xaringan

Ilya Kashnitsky (@ikashnitsky; 41): Dear #rstats community, are there some tips and tricks how to write a clean rmd for {xaringan}? I’m thrilled by output, but the process of script writing seems quite messy; especially the navigation between slides. How do you deal with it? @xieyihui @statsgen @grrrck

Yihui Xie (@xieyihui; 40): @ma_salmon @cordura21 Yes, there is an autoplay option:

Daniel Anderson (@datalorax_; 31): @JakeSearcy @grant_mcdermott This is actually exactly how I recommend/teach my students to share their slides, e.g., these from @stegso at #cascadiaRconf using #xaringan in #rstats

JuliaStewart Lowndes (@juliesquid; 30): @matiberrutti @allison_horst @nceas @mozilla @RLadiesGlobal @rOpenSci @rstudio @thecarpentries And @apreshill ’s xaringan workshop slides were super super helpful:

Chris Mainey (@chrismainey; 30): Spend two hours fighting #xaringan, as I couldn’t get it to format an Rmarkdown bullet list properly, before I remembered I can use the html tags directly. 🤦‍♂️

Chris Mainey (@chrismainey; 21): Excited to be teaching #rstats to Gloucestershire NHS organisations today. Delivering it all in markdown using #xaringan. Might be a few cheeky plugs for @NHSrCommunity !

Emma Rand (@er13_r; 20): is @xieyihui physically at #useR2019? because his influence it everywhere! xaringan is super popular! But no-one using yolo: true 🙃

Beatriz Milz (@BeaMilz; 20): @juliasilge @jakub_nowosad @xieyihui this presentation let me excited to try collaborating with a book… #xaringan is my favorite package and I saw on github that you are writing a book about it. Is it ok to try collaborating and doing PR’s in that repository?

Chung-hong Chan (@chainsawriot; 10): I think I should port the powerpoint template of our department to remark.js , so that I can use xaringan to create my slides in the future.

CRAN Package Updates (@CRANberriesFeed; 0/1): CRAN updates: xaringan #rstats

Ido Bar (@DrIdoBar; 0/1): @AmandaMiottoGU Thanks @AmandaMiottoGU, it was written in #rstats xaringan package 📦 😁

Jonathan Spring (@JustTheSpring; 20): @ikashnitsky @xieyihui @statsgen @grrrck Have you experimented with the Infinite Moon Reader for instant preview?

Maël Theulière (@TheuliereMael; 12): poke @RLesur #rstats #frenchtouch

Ashwin Malshé अश्विन (@ashwinmalshe; 0/1): “Romain Lesur: The Most Wonderful Collaborator I Have Ever Worked With” by @xieyihui about @RLesur. Fantastic post by a gifted developer about collaboration with another gifted developer! #RStats