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Andrew Heiss (@andrewheiss; 27838): k, the magic of blogdown, shiny, and learnr is intensifying! Thanks to @dcossyle I have mini learnr apps embedded directly in certain blogdown pages so students can work through code in their browser while working through a lesson. #rstats https://t.co/M5HZLKveIo

Joshua Goldberg (@GoldbergData; 25210): Exciting news to share! > I accepted a data scientist role at Amazon, starting next week! I am relocating to Seattle. Look me up if you are in the area! > Also, my website is live via the wonderful blogdown and Hugo. To celebrate, check out my first post: https://t.co/TXlmZCaHJ8

Danielle Navarro (@djnavarro; 1252): Leaving aside the fact that I am astonished that my students are submitting their assignments as blogdown sites and git repos at the end of a 10 week introduction to R class (wtf????) I am very on board with seeing Billie Eilish at the top of this list https://t.co/sMJERwGbm0

Andrew Heiss (@andrewheiss; 361): This is so cool! Live xaringan HTML slides embedded in a #blogdown website with a bootstrap tabset. R automatically generates a PDF when building the site too! #rstats > It requires a bunch of manual HTML, but it works! https://t.co/CNBNRQI9M8

Andrew Heiss (@andrewheiss; 252): If you’re using the Hugo Academic theme with blogdown, it has built-in CSS for the oft-neglected <kbd> tag and creates really cool styling for keybaord shortcuts! https://t.co/Z8meU1sK46

Mine CetinkayaRundel (@minebocek; 174): In which I say a tiny bit about getting things back up&running w/ #rstats/blogdown/Hugo/Netlify, but mostly just say that it wasn’t as bad as I anticipated. I’ve had lots of ideas for posts lately, now I no longer have my “blog not working” excuse. Hope I make time to write them! https://t.co/jM0tD3figx

RPy (@rpydaneogrendim; 160): Blog’u bırakıyorum. Artık her şeyi Github üzerinden yapacağım. R’ın Bookdown’nından Blogdown’nına imkanlarını fazlasıyla sömüreceğim. Terazi burcu özelliklerimden kurtulabilirsem ilk kitap projem R’da #Ekonometri Uygulamaları yayında olacak.

Erich Neuwirth (@neuwirthe; 153): #RStats Possibly useful tip: I am doing a blogdown site about COVID-19: https://t.co/dPKWNwiUC0 It turned out that the charts on the site did not work well on smartphones (scaling). Using function girafe from package ggiraph solved the problem and added interactivity

Gabo Gaona (@gavg712; 135): Entre las pequeñeces que uno nunca se fija está este detalle importante para la salud visual de los lectores. Ojalá todos los sitios web tuvieran esta opción. Gracias a #bookdown algunos libros virtuales ya cuentan con #darkthemes. > #Webdesign #blogdown #rstats #rstatses https://t.co/PgU7NsWXPd

rOpenSci (@rOpenSci; 133): [technote] Highlights of Hugo Code Highlighting > @ma_salmon shares insights about Hugo code highlighting on rOpenSci website and beyond. > - Make your code look pretty 💅 🎨 - Emphasize parts of your code 🔦 (with or without R Markdown) > #gohugo #rstats #rmarkdown #blogdown

Lucas Warwar 📈📚🤓 (@LucasWarwar; 120): https://t.co/ONdmFSmDq3 > Depois de dias em uma relação de amor e ódio com o #blogdown e o @github, meu site está online! > A ideia é publicar textos sobre economia em inglês, como projeto pessoal. Pra começar, fiz uma síntese de Guerrieri et al. (2020), o melhor paper da pandemia!

Amit Levinson (@Amit_Levinson; 92): Want to make your figure caption text smaller in an Rmarkdown file such as a #blogdown post? Just add Add the following CSS. > The ‘em’ unit is relative to the font-size of the current font. > Taken from here (while searching exactly for that 😂): https://t.co/NrHew6iawV
> #rstats https://t.co/MFYosTZTvb

Julia Silge (@juliasilge; 90): @andrewheiss @dcossyle I have another course I want to open source and I’m thinking of doing it this way, given that I know and use blogdown a lot already.

Mark Sellors 🏡 (@sellorm; 82): Just added https://t.co/iT4oVJpl3x by @statsandr to the list at https://t.co/82OUqvFPst 🎉 🎊 #blogdown #rstats

Andrew Heiss (@andrewheiss; 61): And it incorporates so nicely into blogdown! https://t.co/lXiESXPmgj

Isabella B (@_isabellamb; 57): 📌 #100DaysOfCode Day 10: Started the day continuing my ISLR labs, moved on to #python to do a quick simple NLP exercise, then (my favorite part) worked on my #blogdown site! Had a lot more progress on it today 🥰 initial site on a temp address: > https://t.co/NRWoklSzv0 #rstats https://t.co/mMz5MxmUDw

Tom Barton (@_TomBarton; 52): 1st try at my own website, which can be found here: https://t.co/By35gExBEm using the blogdown package and Hugo framework in #rstats. Thanks to @dsquintana for providing such a helpful tutorial. Any feedback greatly welcomed!

Kylie Ainslie (@DrKAinslie; 42): I’m using some of my time in #lockdown to finally create a personal website using #blogdown and @dsquintana’s tutorial. When I compile my website, the authors within a publication are displayed in alphabetical order. Does anyone know how to fix this? #rstats #academictwitter

David Firth (@firthcity; 31): @arthurspirling My colleague @IKosmidis possibly can give good advice (take a look at his website, made with hugo). > Wordpress is OK for basic stuff, but I now prefer a static site generator such as hugo or jekyll, + github. And maybe you know already about blogdown in #rstats? (works w/ hugo)

Andrew Heiss (@andrewheiss; 30): @owasow @pablogerbas You can also embed them in an iframe with blogdown/distill/generic R Markdown with knitr::include_url() like this: https://t.co/lxoAn7k52C

Andrew Heiss (@andrewheiss; 30): @grant_mcdermott @edrubin This is so cool! I’m using blogdown, so I added this to R/build.R so that it automatically PDFizes all the rendered slides when building the site https://t.co/Hsa59qgmM5

Stas Kolenikov (@StatStas; 30): @arthur_spirling library(blogdown) @xieyihui @apreshill

Sebastian Karcher (@adam42smith; 30): @arthur_spirling @fhollenbach +1 on something git; I don’t think jekyll vs. Hugo vs. blogdown etc. matters all that much, nor does github vs. gitlab. Domain suffixes other than edu and gov are by now purely aesthetic, yes

Rob Williams (@jayrobw; 30): @IgorBrigadir @arthur_spirling I like this one better than the Hugo theme, but Hugo ties into blogdown nicely if you’d rather work in R instead of manually writing markdown. Both can be served by GitHub Pages easily.

Steph Locke (@TheStephLocke; 24): #rstats / #science peeps I’m writing some documentation for a project built in @GoHugoIO / @Netlify / #blogdown. What do you wish was in the README of the first project of this kind you worked with?

Isabella B (@_isabellamb; 21): @elyktrix My initial site using #blogdown, #rstats, and #hugoacademic! Tweaked the Academic theme quite a bit and I’m really happy with how it’s looking so far 💖 > https://t.co/aAEksbvooV https://t.co/OZjgM2Mi0T

Isabella B (@_isabellamb; 21): Shoutout to @apreshill for her many posts about using {blogdown} with Hugo and Hugo in general! They were super helpful to me. Your site is what got me to try making my own 😊 > #blogdown #rstats #hugoacademic #MadeWithAcademic

Andrew Heiss (@andrewheiss; 20): @_willdebras Wait you can put it there?! I have this semi-complicated code that converts everything to PDF after blogdown’s done, but it might be easier to just have that happen as the slides are built https://t.co/ExBghyvttL

Tiago Ventura (@_Tiagoventura; 20): @arthur_spirling Hugo academic using #blogdown is really neat. It is relatively easy to customize, and there are tons of tutorials out there.
This recommended workflow helps a lot: https://t.co/15WUO8MbLd

Eduardo Ochetski (@Pinduzera; 20): @murilovmo Eu uso o Blogdown/rmarkdown do R junto com Rstudio. Ajuda batente, e roda Python com reticulate :)

Thomas Neitmann (@thomas_neitmann; 11): @calvinmdewilde Nope. I am using blogdown and Hugo to directly create my #blog posts in #RStats.

Amit Levinson (@Amit_Levinson; 11): I received a pull request to fix a typo in a draft blogdown post. As a novice Git user, any recommended tutorials on merging and syncing a PR so that it also syncs locally on my computer? Preferable running it through the R studio bash terminal. > #rstats

Sveinung Arnesen (@sveinungarnesen; 10): @apreshill @dweitzel @Kunkakom @arthur_spirling @rstudio Fourth this. I was happy with the experience using the #blogdown package with Hugo academic theme. https://t.co/wm90x1eQz6 Express my thanks to @xieyihui, @ProQuesAsker and @apreshill for developing the package. https://t.co/vkCl0vSqxp.

Alison Presmanes Hill (@apreshill; 10): @ibddoctor @dcossyle Sure- any of the tools we covered in the webinar are! The way we deployed blogdown via the drag and drop doesn’t use Hugo from Netlify at all. All you need to know for publishing any of these sites is the output directory.

Alison Presmanes Hill (@apreshill; 10): @dweitzel @Kunkakom @arthur_spirling Third this. I use Hugo with the academic theme from within R/@rstudio using the blogdown package. > https://t.co/Rl9kOFs0uW

Tahir Enes Gedik (@tahirenesgedik; 10): @rpydaneogrendim Blogdown+github bence gerçekten başarılı. Siteyi netlify üzerinden deploy ederken, sorun çıkmaya başladı (url değişikliği sebebiyle). Hemen başka bir yere taşıdım. Eminim bunu başka platformlarda da kolaylıkla yapmak mümkündür. Ama R+blogdown+github iyi entegre olmuş gözüküyor.

Riva Quiroga (@rivaquiroga; 10): @Diabb6 @GoHugoIO + el paquete {blogdown}

Thomas Neitmann (@thomas_neitmann; 10): @calvinmdewilde Not really a hack. Blogdown is the package for R-bloggers. https://t.co/8zYKms6NoT

Spencer L Willardson (@Willardson_SL; 10): So during the quarantine, I’ve learned how to use Blogdown to make a website. I’ve wanted to build a new website for awhile and this gave me an excuse. I also want to blog more. The website is still in Beta mode, so any suggestions are appreciated. > 12

Alexander Kirchner-Häusler (@KirchnerHausler; 10): Blogdown is no joke. @xieyihui #AcademicChatter https://t.co/9UPXkZ3UYL

RAHUL MEENA (@RAHULME50967028; 10): #trees hello friends yah bandariya gaon ki najara hai yahan per Bhari Barsat Aur Toofan Ke Karan yah ped paudhe Tut gaye hain Jiska Karan ya Aandhi tufan hai aur aur Kis Kis ki taraf blogdown ka Palan nahin kiya Ja Raha comment section mein bataen thanks @greentreedj https://t.co/E4yc8yFFo5

Joshua Goldberg (@GoldbergData; 10): @apreshill You deserve a special shoutout for answering my random blogdown questions! Thank you!

Dr. Brianna McHorse 🏳️‍🌈 (@fossilosophy; 10): @thomas_mock hmm… I just came across some mentions of Xaringan (I have no idea what it is) when I was searching around for ways to embed slides in a Hugo + blogdown site, since I’d like to put the result on my site anyway. so this might be promising! > I’ll look into it, thanks :)

英大研究員H - ヨガ・筋トレ・ダイエット中 (@research_diet; 10): Rでブログやってる人っているんだろうか? > Rのblogdownでブログ初めてみようかと思います🤗 > Rブログ始めました https://t.co/xZCYwftYpO

Will Bonnell (@_willdebras; 10): @andrewheiss Ooo this is a really clean way to do it though. > Yeah if you added that metadata parameter, it will output both HTML and a PDF. Super useful. Big fan of it for blogdown pages if you wanted to give a downloadable version of posts and content.

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): blogdown inline code color #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/DLEjabzR5w


David Keyes (@dgkeyes; 862): brb just updating my CV to include the fact that I saved @xieyihui’s life > (from https://t.co/OVOWddpIb3) https://t.co/xAHGLJzvTn

Paul Oldham #FBPE (@junglepaul; 2512): Our new paper on biodiversity & innovation in Antarctica is on bioRxiv https://t.co/Ie8hhY6tSy. Written in #rstats, thanks to bookdown, tidyverse, sparklyr, taxize, tidytext, spacyr, osfr, @spacy_io, @TheLensOrg, @GBIF @rOpenSci @JasmineKindness, @MSFTAcademic.

Maya Gans (@Mayacelium; 234): One of my favorite parts of the @R4DScommunity Advanced #rstats Bookclub is that we’re putting together a bookdown companion with our own questions and answers ☺️ if you want to join in on the convo check out our slack channel @ https://t.co/4whV7GVRdu https://t.co/zxGXWC02JJ

Micheline Campbell (@michcampbell; 202): Exported my WIP #rmarkdown file to word for the first time, expecting a horror show BUT it went smoothly and everything looks pretty good?!?! #firsttimeever #rstats #bookdown https://t.co/23QLtfuXFe

Lee Cross (@LCross137; 154): If a man stands before a mirror and sees in it his reflection, what he sees is not a true reproduction of himself but a picture of himself when he was a younger man > - Flann O’Brien #Reading #Writing #Bookdown

Lee Cross (@LCross137; 152): The truth is lived, not taught. - Hermann Hesse > #Reading #Writing #Bookdown

Colin Fay 🤘 (@_ColinFay; 131): Rédiger avec bookdown : pourquoi ? comment ? https://t.co/oNnbqymGHl https://t.co/XJul7ictE8

ThinkR (@thinkR_fr; 92): #rstatsFR - 👉Nouvel article sur le blog “Rédiger avec #bookdown : pourquoi ? comment ?” > Vous connaissez {rmarkdown} mais vous voulez allez plus loin ? Utiliser les références aux figures et tableaux ? {bookdown} est fait pour vous ! 📓 https://t.co/JUiV9SS3Yd #rstats 🇫🇷 https://t.co/36ntl9OBsN

Sébastien Rochette (@StatnMap; 92): Thanks to @RLesur , I just learnt that you can add Disqus to #bookdown pages 💪 Simple guide to set up gitlab-ci for gitlab pages > https://t.co/foeElKZtHr

Lee Cross (@LCross137; 90): I’ve got to believe that Thomas Pynchon is dealing with lockdown/self-isolation well. > #Writer #Bookdown

Lee Cross (@LCross137; 81): If you hide your ignorance, no one will hit you, and you’ll never learn. > Ray Bradbury > #Reading #Writing #Bookdown https://t.co/FddkoG8k9e

Oscar Baruffa 📊🇿🇦🇳🇱 (@OscarBaruffa; 60): {bookdown} is such a great package. The book format is a nice way to structure content that could have been a even a long blogpost, but’s better as reference material. Having chapters makes it easier to read something, as there’s nice points to leave off while you digest the work

tj mahr 🍕🍍 (@tjmahr; 60): @MilesMcBain congrats on getting this out there! aaaand now i need to do my own drake flow post (a drake-backed bookdown-generated notebook)

Lee Cross (@LCross137; 50): Questions you cannot answer are usually far better for you than answers you cannot question. > Yuval Noah Harari #Reading #Writing #Bookdown https://t.co/EvFEpDyRew

Yan Huang (@YanHuangUH; 41): Learning to do Meta-Analysis in R. This is my summer project: https://t.co/907ZxGkZ9U

Ryan Corces (@doctorcorces; 41): We’ve made a full user guide to accompany the software that should help you learn all you need to know. https://t.co/w9GlXP9Q8q

Nicolas Roelandt, Bidochon🍓 (@RoelandtN42; 40): #Bookdown c’est la vie ! https://t.co/iUQmoS0t5H

null for ya (@nullforya; 40): @waylybaye bookdown

Ryan Estrellado (@RyanEs; 40): @kierisi @jrosenberg6432 @Routledge_RM @ebovee09 @ivelasq3 Lol ❤️ this team. We’re so good at deflecting praise and passing it along in some infinite loop 😂 > Also it wasn’t so much me as it was @ivelasq3 who somehow mastered {bookdown} in two weeks

Jeffrey Granja (@JeffreyGranja; 40): Check out a full bookdown tutorial going through ArchR’s toolset at https://t.co/60zIlNWIvh

李伟哲 (@liweizhe52; 40): @rlmcelreath Any comments on bookdown? 🤔(https://t.co/BnG598Ujou)

Chris Buddenhagen (@CEBuddenhagen; 30): @innova_tori For several free awesome online resources - books generated in R for R users. You only pay for the luxury of print copies. In my opinion, it is best to start with some data you care about and figure out what you need to do to understand it. > https://t.co/GOuV6aJnNJ

Vaida Rimeikyte (@vaidarim; 30): @GregoryRSL @FelixThoemmes That said, I also quite enjoyed YaRrr - a pirate’s guide to R https://t.co/jPFRIYrser

Joshua Rosenberg (@jrosenberg6432; 30): @RyanEs @kierisi @Routledge_RM @ebovee09 @ivelasq3 true @RyanEs - I think every time I that I happened to try to render through bookdown, my computer almost literally exploded

Djouaria Ghilani (@DjGhilani; 20): @linnair @WeAreRLadies Perhaps with the kable & kableExtra packages? They produce nice outputs and are quite straightforward to use: https://t.co/cfCD5lsDqF > Other packages for creating tables are also listed here: https://t.co/nK07U3Iyb5

David Grubbs (@crcgrubbsd; 20): I have a 2-3 page prospectus plus a link to the bookdown book. There is a reviewer questionnaire of 2-3 pages. https://t.co/BPhpqLtG5H

RPy (@rpydaneogrendim; 20): @EdaDenizOzdemir 2 defa ikna oldum. Birincisi, ML’e olan ilgi > İstatistik veya Ekonometri. İkincisi, noktadan sonrası da gelen % ☺️ Yine de belirteyim bu bir Bookdown projesi ve Github üzerinden bedava.

Justin Wilkins (@JustinWilkins; 12): Does anyone know a way to append one docx document to another inside of #rstats? I’d like to find a way to produce a Word report in #rmarkdown/#bookdown/#officedown with a title and signature page, but this seems to be incredibly difficult out of the box…

Dr Steph Borrelle (@PetrelStation; 10): @GCovernton https://t.co/P1iL5CKc2C

Kiley Yeaman (@kileyyeaman; 10): @GregoryRSL Another free online resource that has significantly helped me with some of the tougher aspects of R (data cleaning and viz for me, personally) was this guide: https://t.co/3AnkP9ikCM

_deadfate🇹🇼🇭🇰 (@_deadfate; 10): https://t.co/udqtHXr6Kh... https://t.co/XHXbqH84I8

Lorenzo Botti (@BottiLo; 10): @innova_tori Springer has a bunch of for free books (pdf, epub), among which some R essential, then you could use R for data science (it gives you the kind of approach to problems, not just R). Try and surf to https://t.co/BBKYK86BCz, here you’ll find something to start. Just don’t cram

Ricky Esclapon (@Esclaponr; 10): @tylermorganwall Sorry to bother again, but how do you embed it in an actual document? I have a bookdown document and when I wrap the plot_gg() call in rglwidget() or writeWebGL() I get errors(screenshots attached) https://t.co/UTbFF0YQ4y

Mark D Clements (@md_clements; 10): @EricBrewe https://t.co/917AAA7C9T

Rory Quinn (@RoryJosephQuinn; 10): #R programming for #DataScience https://t.co/Wx4WWDD7ou

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): Publishing Rmark down edits to Bookdown from a Different Computer #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/BpR0NYTGv6

cuda hash (@kuda_xbt; 0/1): Anyone working on supply chain analytics such as network optimisation using R #rstats? Surprisingly there’s scarce resources of R usage in supply chain. If you’re working on a bookdown related to supply chain, I want to know!


νjδ (@ndoogan; 54): Does anyone else say to themselves “knit that shit!” the moment they knit an rmarkdown doc? #rstats #rstudio #knitr

Ezekiel Adebayo Ogundepo (@gbganalyst; 40): @krissianyo @ibddoctor @Shel_Kariuki Oh great. For general setup. > {r setup, include=FALSE} knitr::opts_chunk$set(echo = TRUE, tidy = 'styler', comment = NA) >

🌹🏥 John Staying the Hell Home Flournoy 🏥🌹 (@flourneuro; 20): Super useful guide to keeping R code for chunks separate from the R Markdown file by @zevross. > I’m using it because several chunks need to be run on a supercompute cluster, but I want to show the code in a compiled report. > https://t.co/KyWEBtEP2r

David Nield (@DRNield; 20): @p_gupta93 @OttoKienitz @JaeJaeykim2 Also a small plug for writing your papers in RMarkdown which can output to either Word or LaTeX-like PDF 😉 highly recommend checking out the documentation for the {knitr} and {rticle} packages to see how easy it can be!

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 12): how to produce pdf-latex file by knitr #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/Oy9BUwfDB7

Omar Wasow (@owasow; 10): @andrewheiss @pablogerbas Oooh, that’s nice. I’ve had very mixed luck with iframes but have never tried knitr::include_url(). Will give that a spin this summer. Danke!

María Paula Caldas (@mapaulacaldas; 10): @ma_salmon This series of posts on Hugo have been so useful! Thank you for writing it all up 👏 I really like the knitr hook trick to enable Chroma highlighting of Rmds

Michael McCarthy (@mccarthymg; 0/1): #rstats Q: Is it possible to run testthat 📦 through .Rmd documents? Or to spoof a .Rmd environment in a .R file? > I want to test a function in a package I’m making whose output is determined by knitr::is_html_output(), and I’m not sure how to go about it… > cc: @hadleywickham

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): Caching sql chunks using knitr/R Markdown throwing error #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/YNdBe0gv4E

Stringfest Analytics (@stringfestdata; 0/1): #Rstudio keyboard shortcut: Insert chunk (Sweave and Knitr) - Ctrl+Alt+I (Windows), Command+Option+I (Mac). #rstats

Antonio Solano (@JotaSolano; 0/1): I have an #rstats question! Been trying to author reports using Rmd and knitr into pdf/printable documents. However, the TeX way is simply unmaintainable and pagedown is not working well for me (layout and content issues). Is there a better way?


Will Bonnell (@_willdebras; 10): @andrewheiss https://t.co/wcfsmvJ3vB > Page 8 talks about this as an option and also has some tips for chrome_print() with CI


Maëlle Salmon (@ma_salmon; 10): @JotaSolano Not sure what compilation time is in this context sorry, I just seem to recall tinytex installs missing packages, but maybe that doesn’t help at all with your problem

Dr. Eric “that tea guy” Scott (@LeafyEricScott; 0/1): Going down an {rJava} hole. About an hour deep so far and still not working. We need a {TinyTex} but for Java. #rstats


Andrew Heiss (@andrewheiss; 280): consider me a superfan of xaringan https://t.co/ZNfnuax1FO

Andrew Heiss (@andrewheiss; 236): My first ever 100% xaringan #rstats presentation. It’s so pretty! https://t.co/wibaUoWot9 https://t.co/8Ol2Qfken0

Tom Mock (@thomas_mock; 112): @fossilosophy Not trying to ignore the prompt, but you could use RMarkdown + reticulate to generate Xaringan slides w/ python code chunks/output. > remark/reveal wrappers in Py/R should be nice looking and easy. > Also for pdf, I’ve heard of decktape but haven’t used it. > https://t.co/DWSkezIdLd

Nathaly Alarcón (@NathalyAlarconT; 63): Hoy hablaremos de R! a las 7PM BOT te invitamos a nuestro webinar semanal: “Presentaciones de Rladies Ninja ⚔ con Xaringan y Kunoichi” https://t.co/Jzt8DERwc4 > @RLadiesGlobal @RLadiesSantiago @RLadiesLima @RLadiesBA

Nathaly Alarcón (@NathalyAlarconT; 52): Gracias Paula por compartir :) Si quieren volver a ver el webinar, pueden hacerlo en el siguiente link: https://t.co/33aBo5Yca6 “Presentaciones de Rladies Ninja ⚔ con Xaringan y Kunoich” #RLadies #R #DataScience #RladiesLaPaz https://t.co/mPh6dD1REr

Gina Reynolds (@EvaMaeRey; 41): @statsgen and @statsgen awesome co-launchers of flipbooks. @hadleywickham and #ggplot2 team for layer goodness. @xieyihui *down suite and #xaringan. @stefanbache for #magrittr @rstudio for supporting these tools and excellent workspace (and for contests!) and 👇

Andrew Heiss (@andrewheiss; 40): @ericpgreen This whole post https://t.co/krosRsqA2n

Sarah Bonnin (@SarahFBonnin; 40): @estepi @Janis3_14159 Si te gusta Rmarkdown, mirate el paquete #xaringan para hacer presentaciones, mola mucho https://t.co/ZzTy1GprK2 😁

Omar Wasow (@owasow; 20): @pablogerbas @andrewheiss And, to be clear, site is built w/ Distill (https://t.co/J4ypXZz1hE) & Xaringan slides are just linked to from navigation (https://t.co/DlEEpUiYQE). There’s likely a more elegant way to braid it together but this has been a good workflow & unexpectedly good for virtual teaching.

Omar Wasow (@owasow; 20): @pablogerbas @andrewheiss I was initially concerned about having pdf versions to circulate & post to BlackBoard for students. After experimenting with putting everything online & embracing that Xaringan is built for web, I’ve never had any students ask me for pdfs & I see them using the web version a lot.

Deemah 🇺🇦 🇳🇴 🇸🇪 (@dmi3k; 20): @kwbroman This deserves to replace YOLO image in xaringan

Susannah Cowtan (she/her) (@SuusJC; 20): @WeAreRLadies First up is knitr, definitely! For everything from rough thesis progress documents to presentations. Talking of which, xaringan. The workhorses are dplyr, tibble, ggplot2, sf, lubridate, tidyr, stringr and readr. Purrr’s slow, so *apply. Forcats, scales and ggrepel are nice.

Andrew Heiss (@andrewheiss; 10): @_willdebras Like, it’d try to make the PDF first, then knit the slides with xaringan…

Zoe Meers (@zoe_meers; 10): @wfmackey @MattCowgill Made with Xaringan :)

۪ (@BYAKVG0; 10): mangekio xaringan

Tom Mock (@thomas_mock; 10): @fossilosophy Xaringan is basically writing remark.js prez in .Rmd. > So you write markdown for text and can include code/output from R/Python as well. > https://t.co/kHRbEOzJ3s


Colin Fay 🤘 (@_ColinFay; 200): Tonight I remembered that knitr::combine_words() exists > https://t.co/v55H7aOdPu