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Tom Mock (@thomas_mock; 22425): Quick #TidyTuesday - recreated the FiveThirtyEight table w/ #rstats via {gt}! > 1st img: recreation 2nd img: code 3rd img: original > Adjusted the table to not use red-green and kept percentage across the whole table. Used Karla + Fira Mono for fonts! > Code: https://t.co/jKzg7pNfRF https://t.co/lOiRv0jAWK

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Desirée De Leon (@dcossyle; 3812): Dear #rstats twitter, > What are your fave #rmarkdown sites that are not made with blogdown? > Looking for some examples of project, org, or personal sites to share with students so they can 🧠🌩️ ideas of what to build :)

Andrew Heiss (@andrewheiss; 202): @dcossyle I make blogdown-less RMarkdown websites for each of my research projects, with links to IRB stuff, preregistration, analysis, etc. https://t.co/b8x66cls1F (see base https://t.co/JpKmrLnFyg for all of them)

Lukas / jemsu (@Jemus42; 185): Migrating Themes and Overhauling the Rest: https://t.co/i9TigeZm5t > A ~33min tale of how & why I overhauled my hugo/{blogdown} blog, incl: > - Hugo page bundles (try them!) - Fun with shortcodes - Syntax highlighting - Dark mode shenanigans - {knitr} hooks > #rstats 🙏 @ma_salmon

Abdul Majed (@1littlecoder; 81): .@rstudio Cloud is a blessing 😇 Without access to my usual machine, I finally managed to publish my new #rstats post using RStudio Cloud - {GitHub + Blogdown + Netlify} I’m incredibly happy that now I don’t have to worry about where I’m or which device I’ve got access to! 🔥🔥🔥 https://t.co/RFGvW6vbtj

David Keyes (@dgkeyes; 71): @W_R_Chase Is the code to build your website on GitHub somewhere? Thinking about doing a blogdown site and I’d love to see all of your customizations.

Tom Mock (@thomas_mock; 60): @dgkeyes @W_R_Chase https://t.co/V6YTDfzcet & https://t.co/vuCoU6Yu64 are made via blogdown via experts/geniuses @apreshill & @dcossyle. > Both sites are fairly unique and have all the code online: > https://t.co/ZE0hgtsGTX > https://t.co/RkpiNQL4YX

Javed Ali (@javedali99; 51): It’s so easy & convenient to build my new personal website (https://t.co/U6nP3Pxrsh) using #RStats @rstudio and #blogdown package with #hugoacademic theme. The website is hosted at #Netlify and the domain name from @google. > #MadeWithAcademic @source_themes

Pieter A (@pieteraukes; 50): Found a little time to build a website on some of the things I’m working on (https://t.co/QLGXBuyjcB)! > Learnt quite a bit using @rstudio, #blogdown, & #Netlify with @georgecushen’s great Academic theme. Thanks!! > #MadeWithAcademic

Andrew Heiss (@andrewheiss; 30): @Andrew___Baker @grant_mcdermott It’s all just blogdown there, and the slides are all powerpoint from before I switched to xaringan. The slides at this new class are all xaringan tho https://t.co/IBvlvpSRuX

Andrew Baker (@Andrew___Baker; 30): @andrewheiss @grant_mcdermott you are an inspiration. Your blogdown is beautiful.

Benjamin Bellman (@BenInquiring; 30): I’m on attempt #3 of making a personal website, and it’s finally clicking. If you’re R-inclined, the official book for @xieyihui’s blogdown package is the way to go: https://t.co/xbDyeDuq8E.

Lukas / jemsu (@Jemus42; 22): New crackpot #blogdown idea: My new theme does auto-switching of light/dark mode based on user pref, so what if it was possible to render all plots in -light.png and -dark.png with light/dark versions of the same ggplot2 theme and have plots be theme-aware as well? #rstats

Lukas / jemsu (@Jemus42; 22): Adventures in {knitr}-hooks: Source code_folding without the fancy stuff, just HTML <details> (for markdown/hugo/blogdown contexts) #rstats https://t.co/pNso2LjpGq

Nate (@natedayta; 22): Hey #rstats what is a good resource for showing the packages in the “downverse”? Like blogdown, posterdown, officedown…

lopierra (@lopierra; 21): Recap of my favourite things at this year’s #csvconf (I’m slowly learning #rstats #blogdown, but a quick .md file thrown up on GitHub will have to do for now) 🦙🦙🦙 https://t.co/F1nPVY5akv

Thomas Neitmann (@thomas_neitmann; 20): I’d like to thank @Yongfu1996 for writing his blog post “Customizing Hugo / Blogdown RSS Templates”. Thanks to that my #blog is now ready to be featured on @Rbloggers. Can’t wait to see it there 😍

Dizz (@DataDizz; 20): Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hugo are BOTH monsters in my personal horror: How to Build a Website in blogdown

Mikhail Popov (@bearloga; 20): I’m in the process of moving my site from Squarespace to {blogdown}+Netlify so there’s a lot of sauntering through memory lane right now.

Lukas / jemsu (@Jemus42; 12): Migrated all my .Rmd posts to .Rmarkdown only to realize that #renv doesn’t pick up dependencies in them (also styler doesn’t detect them) 😫 It’s 6am, I should go to bed. > #blogdown #rstats

Jose Maria Echave Sanz (@perspectivalean; 10): Everytime I have some changes in my mind for the webpage. #blogdown #hugo https://t.co/KChroD4afI

Tim Mastny (@timmastny; 10): @johncassil @pgshky Some of the options are non-reproducible. For example, https://t.co/zFeCczWMzF = "Tim Mastny". No one is reproducing my blog. > Others don’t effect computation, only the way results are printed: paged.print = FALSE

Javier Lopez Prol (@lopez_prol; 10): @nickchk What’s the difference with blogdown? Both look great to me: > https://t.co/OWKS0FJASa

Shambhavi Thakur (@tweets_sthakur; 10): Thank you, @xieyihui. I find it easier to write and run code using R Markdown, and blogdown made it possible for me to integrate R Markdown files into a website without much ado. Simplicity at its best… Thanks again.

Seth Dobson 😷 (@_sethdobson; 10): This is my current process for creating blog posts in RStudio Cloud and publishing them on GitHub pages with Jekyll. It’s not pretty, and could probably be improved upon. But it works, and all without blogdown/Hugo. https://t.co/8AKExW2VHo

David Keyes (@dgkeyes; 10): @W_R_Chase That makes sense. I don’t have any specific questions, just thinking about doing a site using blogdown. Most blogdown sites are kinda boring IMO so I wanted to see how someone who had significantly customized one did it. I may reach out in the future with specifics questions.


R posts you might have missed! (@icymi_r; 529): 📚 “Mastering Software Development in R” > 👤 Roger D. Peng @rdpeng; Sean Kross @seankross, and Brooke Anderson > https://t.co/SzgU1cG6S5 #rstats https://t.co/kqdYiHHxTD

JD Long (@CMastication; 273): Like bookdown for Jupyter… https://t.co/N0ojHo5nuE

Solomon Kurz (@SolomonKurz; 122): Been dipping my toes into BibTex to improve the way I handle references in my #bookdown projects (for context, see https://t.co/yXLG59ucNS). Before I get in too deep, are there better approaches for managing citations? > #Rstats

Alexander Doria (@Dorialexander; 81): @joelgombin https://t.co/dc7yUSV0FS et la suite toute récente https://t.co/NB3Hpw24Nu (expérimental et en cours d’écriture dans les deux cas mais vraiment instructif)

Scott Stoltzman (@stoltzmaniac; 33): We’re hiring an #rstats developer. Position is mostly for Shiny and RMarkdown/Bookdown automated reporting. Please take a look and see if you’re interested. https://t.co/OELSGlfWxt

Max Kuhn (@topepos; 30): @nickchk @wgrosso PDF copies of the book are online if you look hard enough. Most people though would rather pay for a hard copy but would like to see what they’re getting before they put down $ > A lot of people just create a bookdown book and then look for a publisher. That’s fine too > 24

Sergio Garcia Mora (@sergiogarciamor; 30): @RobThomas14 @JamesGrecian Have you read this book? https://t.co/OnlbC9ty1P

Maddi Pownall (@maddi_pow; 30): @JackieWoerner I’m finding YaRrr to be useful and accessible! It provides supplementary datasets so you can practice on ‘real’ data as you get to grips with the basic stuff https://t.co/BhpLAizbkJ

Ivan Leung (@urganmax; 20): @Adam_C_Garber @rstudiotips You’ll love being able to pass in params into render() for programmatic knitting then: > https://t.co/SB8j7Qkdbr > This + {gt} + {blastula} - email report automation magic 🤩

Viorel Popescu (@vioreldpopescu; 20): @djhocking I like the Pirate’s Guide to R. I usually have undergrads in the lab start working through this at their own pace. I got positive feedback from them > https://t.co/fuRKxVZOTz

David Lambert 🖖 (@NeedsMoreChill; 20): @nickchk @phl43 @causalinf I’m 99.9% sure Bookdown can exclude the option to download a compiled PDF. Free online-only version and a paid hard copy could be a good balance — whether hard copy is self-published or traditional. > Just say no to ebook textbooks. All formats I’ve ever seen are pure shit.

Nick HK (@nickchk; 20): @lopez_prol And there is a tufte bookdown template IIRC

ひうでえ (@18vvo; 20): bookdownパッケージさん使えばgithubに直通らしくて感動

atusy (@Atsushi776; 20): お、bookdownの相互参照に対応させたflextableがCRANに向けてアップし始めたぞー https://t.co/mXA8dSqwuv

Jonas Wallinder (@WallinderJ; 20): @tonyingesson @RobinFondberg @philipparnamets Jo, det verkar som att bookdown översätter till latex så du har säkert rätt. Men för bara en vanlig bok så ser det helt okej ut.

Jonas Wallinder (@WallinderJ; 20): @tonyingesson @RobinFondberg @philipparnamets Jag har aldrig försökt skriva men jag har läst en hel del skrivet i bookdown, det verkar fungera. https://t.co/sVCPoefnbu

Pedro Concejero (@ConcejeroPedro; 13): ALL the #rstats links you could imagine https://t.co/D2jEn6gFEZ

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 12): Use multiple instances of the same Rmd file as different pages on a bookdown site #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/rMrIpdrZwh

ujs (@heyimujs; 11): メタアナリシスが必要になった時、丹後先生の本とココを見ながらなんとかしようとしてた記憶ある。結局、やらなかったなぁ。。。 > Doing Meta-Analysis in R https://t.co/aPOZv2BDh7

Solomon Kurz (@SolomonKurz; 10): The 0.2.0 update to my translation of Kruschke’s “Doing Bayesian data analysis” into #brms and the #tidyverse is up! > https://t.co/wNfMkEQeJk > 15

Dilsher Dhillon (@dhillon_stats; 10): @SeanDEhrlich @IsabellaGhement https://t.co/TDkhhvKGDu Starts with a gentle introduction on the nuts and bolts of R, before diving into using R for data analysis.

Andrew Zieffler (@Chili14; 10): @dcossyle Here is one using bookdown (in progess): https://t.co/dx98x8tkTK , a course website just using RMarkdown https://t.co/aJo3GJ3xMk and another for a research project https://t.co/XWPPtEyLTT

Balogun Stephen Taiye (@eppydoc; 10): @dcossyle @apreshill https://t.co/X2pNZX80F5 built completely using markdowns from someone who only had books from https://t.co/qQBb0I6MvV as guidance

Nick HK (@nickchk; 10): @lopez_prol I’ve been writing it in tufte-latex but there’s a nagging at the back of my head telling me I should be in bookdown or something

Stats for bios (@StatsForBios; 10): @JamesGrecian I can’t exactly remember but I’m using rticles and getting citations but I don’t think I’m using citr. Bookdown perhaps doing it for me? It’s working fine anyway.

kelseyegonzalez (@KelseyEGonzalez; 10): @Daniel_Laurison @paleolimbot Correct! That’s what I’ve been able to piece together and it worked decently well for my first go. The bibliography will automatically go at the end of the pdf: if you need it to go before an appendix, this code has your back: https://t.co/Vr6GyJc3yv

Ahmed Al-Hindawi (@aalhindawi; 10): If you need a 101 started in #statistics, then I can’t recommend this highly enough: https://t.co/G9LtgdtiUo

Jose M. Fernandez (@UofLEcon; 10): @CrewsCutts @kareem_carr Here are three online text books https://t.co/EDm7ucGviH https://t.co/OoPUIA7aY0 https://t.co/N4UguHfLsM

Vikram_Singh Rawat (@Guru_GyanKhoji; 10): @CrewsCutts @kareem_carr There is a website by name bookdown. You will find resources there for all types of things. Mostly financial and econometrics. I guess this is what you are looking for > https://t.co/l1Gm4oDeEM

Benjamin Wolfe (@BenjaminWolfe; 10): @CMastication Can Jupyter Book do R the way bookdown can do Python?

Daniel Luna Chavero (@luna_chavero; 10): @haroca ¡Está súper chido! Habrá que darle la oportunidad, desde mi punto de vista Bookdown + Tinytex + Knitr es una maravilla sobretodo si te dedicas a la investigación y quieres publicar un paper. Saludos Charlie

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): Subchapters in different source files in Bookdown #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/yPTiMdaMYL

CRAN Package Updates (@CRANberriesFeed; 0/1): CRAN updates: AzureRMR BigQuic bookdown fdapace FLightR fuzzyjoin GMMAT mosaicData pixiedust resourcer scuba youtubecaption https://t.co/y5W2NTKSXT #rstats


Sam Torrisi (@stbmtx; 121): realllly fast automated neuroimaging pdf reports with chauffeur_afni, 2dcat, R Markdown & Knitr whoo hoo

Dylan Morris (isopod/facemask fan account) (@dylanhmorris; 42): I like to separate scripts and writeups for the most part, but still thrilled to learn that @overleaf supports #knitr right out of the box #rstats https://t.co/fw2v5a1c6F

Rich Meisel 🧬 (@richmeisel; 20): @IanDworkin @yanivbrandvain @jrossibarra @thamar_solorio I like the LaTeX implementation in knitr within rstudio.

Vincent Arel-Bundock (@VincentAB; 20): @grant_mcdermott @tyleransom Yep, LaTeX is still really lacking, but I’m hopeful that it’ll improve soon. Meantime, I added a couple functions to modelsummary to facilitate compilation of latex tables in Rmarkdown or knitr. These could be used with regular gt tables also, not just modelsummary ones.

Firman Hadi (@jalmiburung; 20): Saya sudah lama dikenalkan istilah Reproducible Research oleh Bang @wim_ikbal tapi belum pernah coba. Karena terpaksa, saya coba cari tahu dan ternyata Reproducible Research dengan knitr itu tidak sulit. > https://t.co/fUHc8gWmJc via @YouTube

Dr. Sarah Pohl (@LilithElina; 11): I need help, please, #R folks. I have a #bookdown document and used #knitr include_graphics() to add a PNG file. From all the documentation I read I understand that “all chunk options that apply to normal R plots also apply to these images”, but I can’t reference the chunk label.

Matthias Gomolka (@El_Grund; 10): @justinmshea It rendered fine the last time. I only added a few hundred tables since then. There are issues on github. Maybe it’s solved in the recent knitr version.

Lukas / jemsu (@Jemus42; 10): @ma_salmon Now that I think about it… how about a cusomized knitr print method for ggplot objects? 🤔 > no, noo stop… should be reading for my master’s thesis, no, no more rabbit hole, I already wasted a week on fonts… no, please no 😩I can’t

Lukas / jemsu (@Jemus42; 10): @ma_salmon ooh, the responsive image thing with <picture>! I had tried a plot hook that would serve either ggplot.png or ggplot.webp (which was created via a knitr hook and imagemagick) https://t.co/bOivoaIyJq “Well if it worked, it would be really neat.”

Solomon Kurz (@SolomonKurz; 10): @human_ecologist Agreed, the knitr::write_bib() function is great. I also learned how pull BibTex info from Google.Scholar. What are the benefits of adding Zotero to the mix?

Brandon Hurr (@bhive01; 10): @ClausWilke @thomasp85, can you think of any reason why ggtext would interfere with knitr compiling an HTML report? https://t.co/r86UoSZ4NP


Nicolas Roelandt, Bidochon🍓 (@RoelandtN42; 10): @hrbrmstr @minimaxir I often use the R ecosystem to do anything but R 😅 Rmarkdown is really great for this. Even convinced my brother to install R, Rmarkdown and TinyTeX to write is master thesis. He does not even know R nor LaTeX.

CRAN Package Updates (@CRANberriesFeed; 0/1): CRAN updates: missMDA rsvg SqlRender tinytex https://t.co/y5W2NTKSXT #rstats


【𝑃𝑎𝑡𝑟𝑖𝑐𝑖𝑎 𝐿𝑜𝑡𝑜】 (@patriloto; 6712): ✨Mi primera presentación (sobre datos relaciones con dplyr) hecha completamente con #RStats + el paquete #xaringan de @xieyihui.
📝https://t.co/RdV4JntKnz 🙌Muchas gracias @apreshill por este increíble tutorial que lo hizo posible: https://t.co/e2FwABCpTB https://t.co/OamAgUAb4U

Garrick (@grrrck; 253): Do you have a slide full of bullet points? Get everyone to focus on the point you’re making by revealing your list point by point and dimming the items you’ve already discussed. > Here’s a quick blog post showing how to do this with {xaringan} #rstats https://t.co/VIAMhrQ3RS

Dana Linnell Wanzer, PhD (@danawanzer; 133): Today is Day 1 of putting together the Inferential Statistics in R course for @rfortherest! > Lots of things I’m learning through this process: - GitHub - Xaringan - wakefield package > I’m excited! #rstats #statistics #statstwitter https://t.co/A3w052kvfi

Sergio Garcia Mora (@sergiogarciamor; 90): Comenzando mi tratamiento de rehabilitación a mi adicción a Powerpoint con Xaringan… Gracias @patriloto por la guía que compartiste… https://t.co/wK7ALAJXnu

Matthew Hendrickson (@mjhendrickson; 82): Looking forward to giving this a try for my next #rstats markdown presentation. I went with reveal.js since xaringan themes were a little too tough on the turnaround time. Wonderful work @grrrck on xaringanthemer v0.3.0! https://t.co/xfnmmRKDLf https://t.co/SRtefFNyOl

Gavin Fay (@gavin_fay; 50): @AlexaLFH I recently jumped on the #xaringan bandwagon, & think it’s great. I like how easy it is to increment content, do code highlighting, & make slide designs that look great (plus CSS seems like magic…) https://t.co/NeJZQSaX2T

Joshua Rosenberg (@jrosenberg6432; 50): How you do something 1st time can have a big impact on how you continue to over time. @datalorax_ and I hosted a workshop on using RMarkdown @AERA_EdResearch (last yr), and Dan used xaringan for slides and included a #whoami slide. I still do the same (with ~ the same content!). https://t.co/BZQaY24hT2

Phil Chodrow (@PhilChodrow; 31): @JadeMasterMath I used to use a lightly-modified version of metropolis. Now I use @xieyihui’s xaringan package for #RStats to generate html slides with markdown and css. It lets me achieve my preferred level of shine while still writing in plaintext. https://t.co/ZFSSUXVRpz

Dan Ovando (@DanOvand0; 30): @AlexaLFH For me the xaringan package wins hands down. Looks nice out the box and is totally customizable (but takes some CSS knowledge to dial in) https://t.co/4SUQghUivc. Slides can be shared using rawgit or printed as PDFs (though that can be finicky)

Andrew Baker (@Andrew___Baker; 20): @grant_mcdermott @andrewheiss Seriously @andrewheiss. Are these all xaringan markdowns?

R Weekly Live (@rweekly_live; 13): Better Progressive xaringan Slides with CSS and :last-of-type #rstats #datascience https://t.co/eg0a1tsrIP

Jane Wall (@JaneWal39542294; 11): Presentation by one of ⁦@AmericanU⁩ Graduates! Join me at Using R to create presentation slides (xaringan package) with Alexa #rstat > https://t.co/r48JPhd7Om

jsonpott (@jsonpott; 10): @AlexaLFH Everyone has already called out #xaringan but this themed package is on my list to check out. https://t.co/vtywpeUzfo

【𝑃𝑎𝑡𝑟𝑖𝑐𝑖𝑎 𝐿𝑜𝑡𝑜】 (@patriloto; 10): @sergiogarciamor Vamooo! Genial Sergio, me súper alegro que te haya servido, por más xaringan y menos powerpoint 🙏

Sergio Garcia Mora (@sergiogarciamor; 10): @patriloto @R4DS_es Ya mismo me bajo ese paquete. Lo que compartiste el otro día de Xaringan está buenísimo

Sergio Garcia Mora (@sergiogarciamor; 10): @ivonaristizabal @patriloto Me pasa lo mismo! Acá está el link: https://t.co/nVbhTqZxAk de @apreshill

PirateGrunt (@FanninQED; 10): @AlexaLFH Revealjs. Two-dimensional slides. Awesome. Just as hackable as Xaringan.

Carlos Alberto Haro (@haroca; 10): @danielsll24 Ya sé! En mi opinión: xaringan (o cualquier paquete para presentaciones en html/pdf) >>>> Powerpoint Pero todavía es demasiado pronto, hay que esperar a que se normalice.

Ariane Aumaitre (@ariamsita; 10): @mebucca @clic_iwg @marespadafor Sí, con xaringan!! https://t.co/WwaQH13Mwp

Damien Dupré (@damien_dupre; 10): I have pushed on github pages our Covid Quiz powered by {xaringan} and the new {xaringanthemer}: https://t.co/mHj7Btfp7i > Feel free to use it for your (hopefully) last quiz sessions!

Vebashini (@Vebash; 10): @favstats Unsure if this is useful, but throwing it out there … I use Ctrl+Enter, as I am building the script. Otherwise I mostly use {python} code chunks in Rmd files. With the xaringan addin ‘infinite_moon_reader’ the rendered document updates as I save. It works for me. 🍀

Felix (@FelixChaser; 10): I am very tempted to try using xaringan for all my slides going forward, but don’t know if it’ll be worth the effort—it’s all new to me https://t.co/OcTIXZp83l