Today we are so pleased to announce the launch of https://t.co/4jmlpMktKq 🎉 This site is a central location for resources and documentation for tidymodels #rstats packages, and there is a TON to explore and learn. 🚀

2020/04/22

#rstats

Julia Silge (@juliasilge; 1383372): Today we are so pleased to announce the launch of https://t.co/4jmlpMktKq 🎉 > This site is a central location for resources and documentation for tidymodels #rstats packages, and there is a TON to explore and learn. 🚀

Dr. Ganapathi Pulipaka (@gp_pulipaka; 687294): A List of Free #Programming Books: 100K Stars, 4500 Commits, and 25K Forks. #BigData #Analytics #DataScience #IoT #IIoT #Python #RStats #JavaScript #ReactJS #CloudComputing #Serverless #DataScientist #Linux #Statistics #Books #Coding #100DaysofCode https://t.co/rxRkGT6TYu https://t.co/tWuqW3MtGu

Max Kuhn (@topepos; 583168): Need something to read while in quarantine? > A lot of tutorials, articles, and function references are now at https://t.co/ybDlBsD9IA. > https://t.co/YyzmRIH4hX > @apreshill is the MVP; we could not have done it without her. > #rstats

RStudio (@rstudio; 470154): The TidyModels website at https://t.co/XbjzM7sHmO was just launched today! TidyModels is a collection of #rstats packages for modeling & machine learning workflows using #tidyverse principles. Thank you to the TidyModels and Tidyverse teams for making this happen! #tidymodels https://t.co/PlUkM6tbrO

Dr. Ganapathi Pulipaka (@gp_pulipaka; 448202): Best Languages for #DataScience and #Statistics in One Picture. #BigData #Analytics #IoT #IIoT #PyTorch #Python #RStats #TensorFlow #Java #JavaScript #ReactJS #GoLang #CloudComputing #Serverless #DataScientist #Linux #Programming #Coding #100DaysofCode https://t.co/mEXZnrYRQb https://t.co/d9p6ZQVNSl

Bjørn Peare Bartholdy (@OsteoBjorn; 38347): Describe your #rstats abilities with a single meme… https://t.co/Pta3Z1sXgp

Dr. Ganapathi Pulipaka (@gp_pulipaka; 338142): A List of Free #Programming Books: 100K Stars, 4500 Commits, and 25K Forks. #BigData #Analytics #DataScience #AI #MachineLearning #IoT #IIoT #Python #RStats #JavaScript #ReactJS #CloudComputing #Serverless #Linux #Statistics #Books #Coding #100DaysofCode https://t.co/V0P3EyZrLm https://t.co/qvW5b1yQpu

Andrew Heiss (@andrewheiss; 32318): I googled 5 different #rstats issues this morning and for 4 of them I found blog posts, GH issues, & SO answers by some dude named Andrew Heiss. > 2 lessons: > 1. Quarantine makes you forget everything you’ve ever done 2. Contribute to online communities & write blog posts!

Dr. Ganapathi Pulipaka (@gp_pulipaka; 267129): 10 Free eBooks for Data Science. #BigData #Analytics #DataScience #IoT #IIoT #PyTorch #Python #RStats #TensorFlow #Java #JavaScript #ReactJS #GoLang #CloudComputing #Serverless #DataScientist #Linux #Books #Programming #Coding #100DaysofCode https://t.co/JeIOAnpuos https://t.co/vseU7mrKTz

Dr. Ganapathi Pulipaka (@gp_pulipaka; 235126): 7 Amazing #Python Libraries for 2020. #BigData #Analytics #DataScience #IoT #IIoT #PyTorch #RStats #TensorFlow #JavaScript #ReactJS #GoLang #CloudComputing #Serverless #DataScientist #Linux #Mathematics #Statistics #Programming #Coding #100DaysofCode https://t.co/quFGGACtfL https://t.co/Yhk3zrEh3j

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Marcus Borba (@marcusborba; 210119): Best Languages for #DataScience and #Statistics in One Picture. via @gp_pulipaka #BigData #Analytics #IoT #MachineLearning #PyTorch #Python #RStats #TensorFlow #Java #JavaScript #ReactJS #Cloud #AI #Serverless #DataScientist #Linux #Programming #Coding https://t.co/v6s77AVRkz https://t.co/4U1NGNPbLQ

Milos Popovic (@milos_agathon; 20364): Tomorrow marks 75 years since the liberation of the Jasenovac concentration camp complex, which consumed the lives of at least 100,000 people from 1941 to 1945. > My maps are dedicated to their memory. > #Jasenovac #WWII #Holocaust #genocide #history #maps #dataviz #rstats https://t.co/gkQIToIvjp

Dr. Ganapathi Pulipaka (@gp_pulipaka; 18788): A 9 Page Data Science Cheat Sheet. #BigData #Analytics #DataScience #IoT #IIoT #PyTorch #Python #RStats #TensorFlow #Java #JavaScript #ReactJS #GoLang #CloudComputing #Serverless #DataScientist #Linux #Statistics #Programming #Coding #100DaysOfCode https://t.co/qbjlda5ILR https://t.co/F4vnuYjDjq

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Dr. Ganapathi Pulipaka (@gp_pulipaka; 15587): A New Roadmap to Becoming a JavaScript Developer in 2020. #BigData #Analytics #DataScience #IoT #IIoT #PyTorch #Python #RStats #JavaScript #ReactJS #GoLang #CloudComputing #Serverless #DataScientist #Linux #DevOps #Programming #Coding #100DaysofCode https://t.co/ctJSipS3tY https://t.co/54xXpbawnj

Dr. Ganapathi Pulipaka (@gp_pulipaka; 12191): Code Repository for #MachineLearning w/ “ # Keras” Book Published by Packt. #BigData #Analytics #DataScience #AI #IoT #IIoT #PyTorch #Python #RStats #JavaScript #ReactJS #CloudComputing #Serverless #Linux #Books #Programming #Coding #100DaysofCode https://t.co/vnhhHhisi6 https://t.co/Tdvj5715kz

blogdown

Alison Presmanes Hill (@apreshill; 737172): I’m so excited for folks to start learning #tidymodels with our ✨new ✨ #blogdown website: https://t.co/4W9xJzXu6R > My favorite section is “Get Started” 🚀 It was fun to build, and fun to learn from! Learn the basics and BEYOND, with ✨new✨ interesting datasets…

Alison Presmanes Hill (@apreshill; 495): If my inbox is any indicator, there is some serious #blogdown work going on 😎 > The most common question I see: how do I avoid the “scroll of death” with academic? See answer here: https://t.co/LgmfWO4aEy > And look at @juliasilge’s and ALL of my own sites for examples 🔍 https://t.co/cdLV5vwwER

R- Ladies Amsterdam (@RLadiesAMS; 204): Our first virtual RLadiesAMS event was a success, with ~50 participants! Thank you @AurorePaligot for showing us how to create websites in R using blogdown, and thanks to all those who joined. Looking forward to seeing you all at our next workshop! Stay healthy everyone.#rladies https://t.co/FKemH3Jy8m

Jutta Ditfurth (@jutta_ditfurth; 147): Homeoffice - „das Callcenter erreicht die Mitte“ von Georg Diez https://t.co/93llwgwP98

Caitlin Mothes (@caitlinmothes; 132): Finally got around to finishing something I’ve been wanting to do for a while: making my own personal website in R! Check out my recent publications and active projects, with some fun interactive maps! #rstats #blogdown https://t.co/QQ9NfpSebl

R posts you might have missed! (@icymi_r; 125): ✍️ “Sharing on Short Notice” > 👤 Alison Presmanes Hill @apreshill; Desirée De Leon @dcossyle > ➡️ Follow up to questions about RMarkdown, RStudio IDE, Netlify, bookdown, blogdown & more > https://t.co/PwTTqgtehu #rstats https://t.co/VSdElPICSm

Georg Diez (@GeorgDiez1; 122): „Der Keim des Neuen ist da; auch wenn man es sich manchmal sehr laut selbst vorsagen muss. Als sei man selbst taub geworden in diesen Tagen, taub für die eigene Welt, taub für die eigene Stimme. Taube Tage.“ https://t.co/CiQAxe7sFT

R- Ladies Amsterdam (@RLadiesAMS; 112): Are you ready for our #blogdown event tomorrow? We are more than excited to get it started tomorrow with @AurorePaligot for our first online event on blogdown 🙌💻💜- download the material here https://t.co/up1DUS9mx4 #rstats #rladies https://t.co/1Vw8mLGlWB

Mara Averick (@dataandme; 102): 🎨 Handy tips for #blogdown-Hugo users… “How to showcase CSS+JS+HTML snippets with Hugo?” 👩‍💻 @ma_salmon https://t.co/r8lr2BPP5i

Olga Sholderer (@sholderer; 92): . @RLadiesAMS is kicking off first virtual meetup! @AurorePaligot speaks about creating blog website with R using #blogdown 👏👏 👏50 people online! 🤩 https://t.co/Eeuvzl7cWp

Alison Presmanes Hill (@apreshill; 81): @Samantha_Toet This diagram is a rite of passage for all who pass 🧙‍♂️ Here is mine: https://t.co/vspmi9YqFY https://t.co/854Mk5mxSK

Maëlle Salmon (@ma_salmon; 60): @topepos @apreshill Yay, congrats! Looking forward to reading the post about blogdown learnings! 🤓🍿 (I have three tech notes about Hugo in prep for @rOpenSci, and the spoonful of Hugo series remains a big favourite of mine🥄)

Julia Silge (@juliasilge; 60): I was an early adopter of blogdown and Hugo, and it has been SO GREAT for me. 😍 One downside is that I originally chose a theme that did not play nicely with Hugo as versions updated. 😔

Willy Tadema (@FrieseWoudloper; 52): The Dutch R Ladies Book Club is on tuesday. Tonight is the @RLadiesAMS Blogdown Event! I can’t keep track, so many great online meetups. https://t.co/goSBOmPgZG

Willy Tadema (@FrieseWoudloper; 50): The ease with which you can publish your blog with #blogdown is amazing! Already thinking of migrating my own blog. Great workshop by @AurorePaligot. #R @RLadiesAMS

Hope Snyder (@junekay92; 31): My first attempts at making a website using #rstats blogdown from @xieyihui. Not quite ready to be published yet, but wanted to show off my success with playing with the CSS files for 3 hrs! (original Hugo theme: terrassa from @danielkvist_ ) https://t.co/Dr0lzoWL4j

Alison Presmanes Hill (@apreshill; 30): @Shel_Kariuki @juliasilge @gvwilson and I have talked about offering my blogdown workshop for certified instructors, so we may be able to work something out 🦾

Dr. Eric “that tea guy” Scott (@LeafyEricScott; 30): Attempting to upgrade the Hugo theme for my #blogdown site. Wish me luck!

Aurore Paligot (@AurorePaligot; 23): Tonight, @RLadiesAMS will host its first online webinar. I’m so happy to be a presenter! I will guide you through the different steps it takes to build your own website with #R and #blogdown. See you tonight 😊 #rstats #rladies https://t.co/YXxeD7sk7Q

Maëlle Salmon (@ma_salmon; 20): @Samantha_Toet Pretty website! 🖌And yay for diagrams! I also like Figure 3 in https://t.co/FX4zqxRA0A by @statsgen

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 11): Where should files live for include_graphics in blogdown? #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/eqLMgeqmME

Joao Bazzo (@joaopbazzo; 10): @UrbanDemog Po, ficou muito bom, ainda mais usando blogdown e tudo pelo rstudio

Natalia Block (@nataliamblock; 10): @jcanello Sugiro blogdown (ou jekyll se vc manja de python) porque o Wordpress coloca uns adds feios bem no meio do seu texto na opção gratuita. É horrível para o leitor. A não ser que vc queira pagar um dos planos deles.

Natalia Block (@nataliamblock; 10): @jcanello O Medium limita o número de leituras que o usuário pode fazer. Quer dizer que a leitura não é totalmente livre. Sugiro fazer um blogdown bem simples e divulgar por aqui com hashtags. Assim o seu material fica completamente disponível na web.

Baris Soybilgen (@Soybilgen; 10): Sonunda ben de R komünitesine uyup “R Blogdown, Hugo, Github, Netlify” Framework’üne geçtim kendi sitem için: https://t.co/UfbBYui6fG. https://t.co/4ETuoSgz7M

Esteban Hernandez Rivera (@Estebhr; 10): I have defenitely not spent all of today’s evening learning how to use Rmarkdown and Blogdown to build a website 😅

Josephine Daub (@JoDaub; 10): Exited to learn about Blogdown at this online workshop! https://t.co/Bm5mEFxsPX

Aurore Paligot (@AurorePaligot; 10): Presenting a webinar about #blogdown with the #rladies is exactly the motivation I needed to get my own blog running. 😆 I’ve created a few posts with ideas of topics I’d like to talk about. What should I write first? 🧐https://t.co/SzjucAt1cO

bookdown

Solomon Kurz (@SolomonKurz; 342101): New book up! > Would you like to learn about Bayesian data analysis for longitudinal data with a focus on the multilevel model and survival analysis? Check out “Applied Longitudinal Data Analysis in #brms and the #tidyverse” https://t.co/WQKd6ghtGs > 14

Brendan Ansell (@ansellbr3; 22195): The WEHI tidy R course is now an ebook! https://t.co/BeotZeV4ws > Struggling to Excel? Want to break out of Prism? Go from zero to (intermediate) hero as you learn to make beautiful plots, wrangle data, automate & quickly reproduce your work. #WEHI_research #rstats #tidyverse

Regina Kenney (@Regina_Kenney; 9519): Have read more in the last month than I read last year. Officially going to change my mindset from #Lockdown to #Bookdown. > *Photo of ‘To-Do’ pile #AmReading #Books https://t.co/ycbGJp2fx7

Regina Kenney (@Regina_Kenney; 392): At my local bookshop. Exchanging these two for the Mary Higgins Clark book I took yesterday. > (Washed hands and books before & after) > #CoronavirusIreland #Bookdown https://t.co/OdFCFbqydz

John Sakaluk (@JohnSakaluk; 2613): If any of y’all are planning an online/offline meta-analysis course anytime soon, just came across this and holy smokes it looks like a great open-access/CCBY resource from @MathiasHarrer, @pimcuijpers, Furukawa, & @DDEbert: https://t.co/iGfqMVLBth

thebluehousebookshop (@bookishkids; 1711): New books going onto our fresh online window all the time, free delivery in York, possibly within hours! Try us - don’t put your bookdown in lockdown. Please share to spread the word, thank you. @LittleVikingsUK @yorkmumbler @MamaHoglet @passtheparty 💙 > https://t.co/o4UHgCw698

Daniel Feldroy @ Los Angeles (@pydanny; 90): Giving up on markdown via bookdown to do TSD3.x all in LaTeX. Nothing against those tools but working through abstractions on top of abstractions is getting in the way. > We’ll see if we can get Amazon to do the Kindle version again.

Alun Jones (@101Alun; 81): I have finally finished Statistical Rethinking :) It’s so well written and understandable would recommend to anyone. Here some links to the practice questions > https://t.co/ZxlMropkmz > using brms > https://t.co/B70fJEygnf > Hope this helps 👍 https://t.co/kgBtc8p5N3

john whitmer (@johncwhitmer; 81): This looks like a great book for beginning data scientists. #bookdown #datainedu https://t.co/QXF6IngMvU

SethGitter (@SethGitter; 81): @clconaway YaRrr! A Pirate’s Guide to R may help on your voyage! https://t.co/KBTo4nbKUp

Bud Talbot (@Bud_T; 54): If you use R Markdown at all, you need to read this guide: https://t.co/a0QIzswGRu > #Rstats #markdown #RStudio

Alistair Bailey (@alistair604; 50): @minebocek @apreshill I don’t think it contains anything that isn’t covered elsewhere, and hopefully I correctly credited everyone’s source materials, but I ran some intro to R workshops 20192020 at the University of Southampton that exist as a bookdown book here: https://t.co/Ag0QwPhCk7

Solomon Kurz (@SolomonKurz; 40): @ChelseaParlett :) They’re listed here https://t.co/u2iFcdXkgb. Number 4 will make its super-first-drafty appearance soon.

Fábio C. Barrionuevo (@luzfcb; 33): hey R Community, is there any linter tool for RMarkdown? #R #bookdown #rstudio #linter

Antonello Pareto 🇪🇺 (@AntoViral; 32): Doing Meta-Analysis in R #RStats #dataviz #MetaAnalysis https://t.co/mwkYIUPLgf

Thomas Wood (@Athomaswood; 31): @chrisharms I’m not to sure about PDFs. I think you have to mess a with LaTeX options in the YAML header. > https://t.co/aiiSomRqdN > HTML outputs are much easier as you can simply supply a custom CSS file. You can find any number of bootstrap theme editors. > https://t.co/3l6oJZx7Yk

Martin Montane (@martinmontane; 30): La semana pasada fue https://t.co/EuL2p4u9sj que se cayó por varias horas. Ahora GitHub anda con serios problemas. > El fin del mundo

luca foresti (@lforesti; 30): Una analisi di Alberto Danese dei numeri ISTAT di Bergamo fatta molto bene. Curioso il grafico dei decessi per sesso ed età, con scambio tra uomini e femmine nelle ultime due colonne > https://t.co/X66PD3aMkU https://t.co/DJWU12xq0G

Lee Cross (@LCross137; 21): Money can’t buy you happiness but it does bring you a more pleasant form of misery. > Spike Milligan #Reading #Writing #Bookdown https://t.co/48jxfPM5w6

Gökmen Altay (@gokmen_19; 20): Kesfettigim, Tevbe suresine Ozel Gercek 19 Deliline kitabimda Delil 7.4 te sahit olabilirsiniz. > SADECE Tevbe’de mevcut bu APACIK 19 sistemi 7.4 Deliline ragmen, hala son 2 ayetine “cumle” veya “seytan ayeti” deme cureti gosteren olursa Katmerli inkarcidir https://t.co/cDMg2KR6TL https://t.co/nI5OHy5Yln

Jose Maria Echave Sanz (@perspectivalean; 20): @maartenzam @geokaramanis I agree. I was thinking it could it be done via the knitr hooks? https://t.co/yiiRYhWdLL > Whenever the output of a chunk is ggplot2 force the function ggsave()

Elin Waring (@ElinWaring; 20): @rfortherest @nj_tierney This is great, my students are working on a project using bookdown, will help them a lot.

Marife Lou Bacate (@archedfeet; 20): Data Science in Education Using R https://t.co/R47ty1TbWk #rmarkdown #bookdown

Grumpy Old Health Stats Dude (@healthstatsdude; 20): @shunley42 https://t.co/lWt4uHkeOG

Mike. This is a #PublicHealthCrisis. Not a War! (@RocketGoal; 12): Another great example of the #Rcommunity helping people learn #R. Coding togetheR https://t.co/ndwFOZKvjw #rmarkdown #bookdown #rstats

Ming (Tommy) Tang (@tangming2005; 11): How can I change the default to “chunk output in console”? my latest Rstudio does not have “Tools -> Options -> R Markdown -> Show output inline for all R Markdown documents” https://t.co/sGGrR9osqF

Ken Urano (@uranoken; 11): @casualconc 目的次第だけど、jamovi はとてもよい日本語の解説があるよ。 > https://t.co/JUKrqICboL > https://t.co/UzFTQZTocQ

Richard Ramsey (@RichRamseyPhD; 10): @actpredictlab Might not be relevant, but have you considered taking more of an estimation approach? @rlmcelreath has written a fantastic textbook. And @SolomonKurz has recoded the text in brms and tidyverse, which is also amazing. Links below. https://t.co/aUkPINhfzl https://t.co/vgghssBJHv

Solomon Kurz (@SolomonKurz; 10): @PoliSciJack Thanks! The formula is simple: Every time I have to refresh my chops for an actual research project, I take detailed notes and eventually stitch them together with #bookdown.

Pranavathiyani G (@pranavathiyani; 10): Introduction to #R - tidyverse https://t.co/R0Eq6CuVzs #rmarkdown #book

Paul Deaton (@PaulDeaton_IA; 10): #Bookdown https://t.co/25zhQJ9f99

José Morales-Arilla (@JoseMoralesA; 10): @HeleCarpio Jaja sugiero R, luego brincar entre R y Python no es tan difícil. Ese bookdown te lleva de la mano desde instalar el R hasta visualizaciones bastante complejas, modelos y vaina. Buen propósito de cuarentena!

Felipe Mattioni Maturana (@felipe_mattioni; 10): @IngridPollet @rstatstweet the one and only: https://t.co/gozzNDrBwd

Warningshot (@Warreningshot; 10): @WeAreRLadies This book has a bunch of other stuff and mixed effects models https://t.co/5IGBkAU7Rm

imabug (@imabug; 10): @invertenerd Maybe YarRrr! The Pirate’s Guide to R? https://t.co/lBxHDt2QQg

Arron Hovingham 🇬🇧 (@AnalystiaArron; 10): So I’ve just set up an exemplary cover page using Bookdown, really proud of myself, however, the amount of effort I went too… As a markup language, YAML is an absolute nightmare to format in bookdown if you want to get a professional looking pdf cover.

Caio Brighenti (@CaioBrighenti; 10): @benj_robinson Does bookdown make for a good article-style PDF output? I’ve only ever seen it in the context of online books.

Eamon Costello (@eam0; 10): @orna_farrell @TomFarrelly @thatpsychprof @DrJamesBrunton @celTatis @catherinecronin @mweller @mbrownz @openedIE See @lorenaabarba et al’s excellent #opentextbook Teaching with Juypter https://t.co/K104LsZUfH > Interesting they used a git based tool to write the book called bookdown

Ben Marwick (@benmarwick; 10): @ArchaeoJapan Good options for handling this problem could be knitr’s caching (https://t.co/oFiN48VCBI, simple to implement, but can be a bit opaque) or workflow management with the drake pkg (https://t.co/1pNqdgrmoh, a little more involved, but more transparent about what’s going on)

Yihui Xie (@xieyihui; 10): @swmpkim @bvancil @rstatstweet You are welcome. References in figure captions can work, if you use text references: https://t.co/HOjDjYqfRi

Damien Dupré (@damien_dupre; 10): @visnut Another amazing document by @YaRrrBook is also using the light bulb comparison: https://t.co/L1Knhf85lo

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): Asking for good practice/workflow for drafting thesis and manuscripts using bookdown #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/KGfiMomlaK

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): Bookdown cross-referencing and table numbering cheat sheet #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/OLbnnAZK67

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): Change bookdown appendix numbering #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/l7q6cd9XZU

knitr

Dale Maschette 🐟🧗‍♂️ (@Dale_Masch; 132): TIL knitr::opts_knit$set(root.dir = “../”) 🤯#rstats

R posts you might have missed! (@icymi_r; 113): ✍️📊 “Setting the Graphics Device in a RMarkdown Document • Jumping Rivers” > 👤 Colin Gillespie @csgillespie; @jumping_uk > https://t.co/fij4AZ5egx #rstats https://t.co/AJMzcQdb7s

Ellis Hughes (@ellis_hughes; 81): do many #rstats folks use {knitr} to print to word? > In my experience, it seems like pdf and html are king

tj mahr 🍕🍍 (@tjmahr; 41): Getting lists with model results has become my main trick for knitr output. “There was significant effect of blah, b = r l$blah$estimate, p = r l$blah$p.value…” It’s such a good design pattern that I’ve been toying with extending split() to work recursively or with NSE

Mitch Stares (@DeadTreeDude; 20): @Dale_Masch Heads up, in my experience this messes with knitr::include_graphics() when knitting (at least to pdf). Been using it for years though, its amazing!

Ellis Hughes (@ellis_hughes; 20): I think I’m starting to get it…. @xieyihui, I’m not sure how you first figured out knitr, but I’m amazed! https://t.co/5oHX6zG0hT https://t.co/RBF3OcNdhJ

JEMSU (@Jemus42; 12): Font sizing in #ggplot2 remains my biggest annoyance. Figuring out how to choose the sizes in theme() or hrbrthemes::themeipsum*() to “look correct” with trial-and-errored fig.width/fig.height knitr chunk options gets old quickly :/ #rstats

Yohan J. Rodríguez (@hasdid; 11): #R #Automated | Setting the Graphics Device in a RMarkdown Document https://t.co/aQ1B5b4oPG

Chad Scherrer (@ChadScherrer; 11): @sethaxen I tried this a few years ago, using knitr with Python. Wasn’t really a clean solution. I’d love to be able to call knitr the way I call pandoc, without having to worry about what language it’s written in.

tj mahr 🍕🍍 (@tjmahr; 10): in this thread I give away the secret to reporting model results with knitr https://t.co/yPOtCkXMq4

Aaron Meininger (@AaronMeininger; 10): @Andrew___Baker I’m 39, im not exactly sure how this twitter works ;) most people get offended if I say anything but total agreement. Now if I could only construct my tweets with knitr, everything would make sense.

tinytex

Ellis Hughes (@ellis_hughes; 10): @LeafyEricScott True! {tinytex} from @xieyihui really is able to handle a lot of the TeX annoyances of installation if that is an option.

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): TinyTeX: Install missing LaTeX packages behind firewall #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/Gyi4KlfE31

CRAN Package Updates (@CRANberriesFeed; 0/1): CRAN updates: aws frontier tidytext tinytex https://t.co/y5W2NTKSXT #rstats

xaringan

Andrew Heiss (@andrewheiss; 10617): This flair #rstats package by @KellyBodwin is so neat, especially when you combine code coloring with math coloring with everything-else coloring!! (full code for xaringan/R Markdown: https://t.co/Fq9tyKkvnR) https://t.co/Y0aUIvkD7q https://t.co/oe5obH8Kkg

Gina Reynolds (@EvaMaeRey; 8418): {paletteer} gives you access to SO many R palettes! @Emil_Hvitfeldt > Exploring w/ color swatches built w/ the cool new {gt} package @riannone; displayed w {xaringan} & {flipbookr}. > A little bit of a {ggplot2} + {paletteer} tutorial here too: https://t.co/GUyqVxGxlz https://t.co/4Yv6ywbQAe

dougras (@grcastr3; 73): Ativando o xaringan https://t.co/FjL4YPtiJl

Andrew Heiss (@andrewheiss; 61): Solution! Use RStudio’s sass package in an invisible chunk to compile the Sass file when knitting #rstats #xaringan https://t.co/XjdVabWgWF https://t.co/NHJS2K6aeG

Michael DeCrescenzo (@mikedecr; 61): @SolomonKurz (Self promo) One fun thing I do is match graphics and slide design. > - Slides w/ Xaringan & xaringanthemer - plot theme modifies ggthemes::theme_base - Same colors from slide theme for plot fore/background - All in one Rmd so easy to set up and modify > https://t.co/HzhtnChR70

Arcanjo Renegado (@danielmafra06; 52): A mina tem o xaringan https://t.co/ByqJEcVqdj

Amit Levinson (@Amit_Levinson; 50): The presentation was made with the amazing #xaringan package. Check out the last slide of the presentation for links to tutorials I used to learn how to use it, hope you find them helpful!

Andrew Heiss (@andrewheiss; 20): @Sumidu They’re in PowerPoint but I’m converting them to xaringan for the next time I teach (see https://t.co/CFQ6C5rwed )

André Calero Valdez (@Sumidu; 20): @andrewheiss I’m loving your slides for the PMAP course. Is that ppt or xaringan?

R Weekly Live (@rweekly_live; 12): Accidentally Pressing ’m’ on xaringan Slides @xieyihui #rstats #datascience https://t.co/Ttet60fhGT

Yohan J. Rodríguez (@hasdid; 11): #R #Automated | {ggpattern} An exploration with {flipbookr} and {xaringan} https://t.co/S1XBslvHZ4

Garrick (@grrrck; 10): @Mayacelium @dcossyle Probably not. Unlike regular R markdown, xaringan renders R chunks and then leaves the markdown in place in the HTML source. remarkjs then renders the markdown in the browser, and this is the root cause of all differences in xaringan markdown and Rmd markdown …

Linh (@LinhKTP; 10): @Amit_Levinson I am impressed! Have not used xaringan before and actually learned something cool (highcharter package). BOOKMARKING!!! https://t.co/G61b8QfOOw

Riccardo Esclapon (@Esclaponr; 10): @IngridPollet @rstats4ds Here are some cool outputs you could experiment with: > - Super quick interactive dashboards: https://t.co/CAuBrUhOJh > - Make programming tutorials: https://t.co/XEZU22XJRp > - Awesome presentations: https://t.co/j6C3E8T3zn Also https://t.co/TxZKQW8t0v > 1 more link in next tweet

Polêmico (@flaviorvd141; 10): O cara não pode ativar o xaringan que os p.n.c fica encima.

Emily Riederer (@EmilyRiederer; 10): @andrewheiss knitr also has a native {sass} engine. I haven’t tried with xaringan but it might work to just add in a {sass} chunk

yihui.name

Pablo Bernabeu (@PabloBernabeu_; 20): The StackExchange suite (https://t.co/voobDnrrox) and other forums represent a new, win-win-win-win paradigm in the way questions are posed and resolved. They’ve become ‘user manuals’ for so many tools, helped by web search engines. > Read a case in point: https://t.co/O8KdrtyAz1