tidyr 1.1.0 is now on CRAN. No single particularly exciting feature, but it includes lots of bug fixes and many minor improvements to pivoting: https://t.co/ZF8fOfVZnh #rstats



Hadley Wickham (@hadleywickham; 665127): tidyr 1.1.0 is now on CRAN. No single particularly exciting feature, but it includes lots of bug fixes and many minor improvements to pivoting: https://t.co/ZF8fOfVZnh #rstats

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Danielle Navarro (@djnavarro; 9815): I haven’t updated any of the content yet, but I decided that the next iteration of my robust tools class needs to have a blogdown website https://t.co/pQsiYGL1TM

Athanasia Mowinckel (@DrMowinckels; 4910): New blogpost up on my blogdown/hugo struggles > A post about changing blogdown workflow, updating hugo, theme and netlify integrations. > As requested by @ma_salmon ;) > https://t.co/GHZzakrVe1 https://t.co/0WGhJC2OvE

Mara Averick (@dataandme; 457): 🙌 Great blogdown-specific info and change mgmt in general… “Changing your Blogdown Workflow” ✍️ @DrMowinckels https://t.co/jeHWoLWHD6 #rstats

Franco Galeano (@Tartagalensis; 264): Hoy pude concretar algo que me propuse hace unos meses (me tomé un tiempito jeje). Estoy contento con la primera versión así que procedo a compartirla en redes: https://t.co/jfJVleyBKN es ahora una realidad! La página fue construida a partir del paquete blogdown de R

Courtney Crosby (@EvoCourtney; 242): Today’s quarantine update: made a new website using r’s blogdown. Check it out and lmk your thoughts by visiting https://t.co/2e3BgggRJt

Mikhail Popov (@bearloga; 213): Took my new site’s {blogdown}-based setup out for a spin with a blog post on ODEs in {rstan}: https://t.co/5rvjRawpHr

Víctor Resco (@rescodedios; 210): Most people think that #Rstats can only be used for data analyses and graphs. But you can also make very nice and multilingual websites with it too: https://t.co/CWav8puLbN > #MadeWithAcademic + blogdown+github

vicki (@vicki_mzhang; 210): Umm … so I did a thing & then I wrote a thing about doing the thing. > I’m still scared of Twitter but I am trying to write more so here it is: https://t.co/fA4F6rRFGh. You can click the link or you can ignore it. Up to you really. https://t.co/OgR7BOruZD

Alison Presmanes Hill (@apreshill; 141): @dcossyle @dsquintana I’m also in love with our new blogdown note boxes she made for https://t.co/UfPShXL3Hj using Hugo shortcodes: https://t.co/HAJabnB7Zv https://t.co/3m1NYuzWfR

Mark Sellors 🏡 (@sellorm; 74): Another #blogdown site added today, this time from @RLadiesIrvine. 🎊🎉 Check it out at https://t.co/SDyfYuJdUN and add yours to https://t.co/82OUqvFPst #rstats

Amit Levinson (@Amit_Levinson; 71): Code folding is available for newer versions of #Hugo #Academic theme thanks to @jepusto’s adapted tutorial (the previous tutorial was on older versions)! And thanks to @p_alab for forwarding it 👏 > https://t.co/96nPEDoJ1M > #rstats #blogdown > [The yellow dot is only in the gif] https://t.co/JqH79xFZ4y

Meghan Hall (@MeghanMHall; 70): If you use #blogdown to make your website, check out these awesome tips from @_isabellamb on how to further customize your Hugo Academic theme! Maybe these will give me enough courage to start tinkering more with my own theme 😬 https://t.co/ogsJjNSaR7

Alison Presmanes Hill (@apreshill; 50): @djnavarro I love this theme! I just sent it to my sister-in-law for a personal site- so pleased to see it here. I always struggle with where to draw the line: to blogdown or not blogdown? 🤣

Hadley Wickham (@hadleywickham; 40): @DrMowinckels @ma_salmon Yeah hugodown should resolve most of your issue 1. I’m still working on the docs, but it’s designed to easily layer onto an existing blogdown site.

Ujjwal Panda 🐼 (@maddestpanda; 40): Thanks @dsquintana for the RStudio/Blogdown tutorial that helped me build my site from the ground up. > Thanks @georgecushen and @source_themes for making the Academic theme. It was perfect for my site and so easy to customise. > Thanks to @helenahhartmann for the help 😊!

Mark Sellors 🏡 (@sellorm; 30): New #blogdown site, https://t.co/kHOjeiuecb, from @spcanelon added to https://t.co/82OUqvFPst 🎊🎉🎊🎉 #rstats

Garrick (@grrrck; 30): @apreshill @healthandstats It was a pleasant surprise when that worked out of the box. Tabs in {blogdown}!

Jantsje Mol (@JantsjeMol; 21): @NuclearPuentes @PhDVoice Hi Daniel! I created mine with R blogdown and the hugo academic theme. You can find it here: https://t.co/aWn2IvMOzh and many others through this hashtag: #madewithacademic Have fun creating yours! 😀

Alberto Acerbi (@acerbialberto; 20): @lucacarbone__lc For the bazillion of people interested: I solved within Rstudio with: > blogdown::install_hugo(version = “0.68.1”, force = TRUE) > The problem was I was asking for an earlier version of Hugo that was not available.

Hayden (@HYDNMCDNLD; 20): Shout out to @NicholasStrayer and the {datadrivencv} package! Having a html version of my new resume means that I can easily host it on my personal {blogdown} site https://t.co/2k4roUufnj #rstats #blog

Ujjwal Panda 🐼 (@maddestpanda; 20): @LHLogan1 RStudio + blogdown. Just made my own: https://t.co/lTO7G99XR4. My pinned tweet can link you to tutorial I used by @dsquintana.

Sierra Young, PhD (@SierraNYoung; 20): @LHLogan1 Site made with Hugo/R Blogdown and deployed on GitHub. It’s free! But you can also point to your own domain.

Yohan J. Rodríguez (@hasdid; 11): #R #Automated | Migrating Themes and Overhauling the Rest (Hugo, blogdown) https://t.co/NnmAKZvFYl

Jens von Bergmann (@vb_jens; 11): @MilesMcBain @stephhazlitt A quick afterthought. The git commit is necessarily exactly one commit behind the actual in my blogdown -> GitHub -> netlify setup, double commit or other workaround needed. Also, the code chunk needs a cache=FALSE option just in case chunk caching is turned on for the document.

Alberto Acerbi (@acerbialberto; 10): Nerdish question: I have updated Hugo (0.71.1) and now Academic does not work any more. What is the best thing to do within RStudio/blogdown? #Rstats

Lukas / jemsu (@Jemus42; 10): Is there a package for useful {knitr} hooks already? Maybe one tailored towards {blogdown} and/or hugo-specific things like a plot hook leveraging the figure shortcode like @ma_salmon’s? > If not… should I start one? Or should I resist the 🐇🕳️? 🤔 #rstats

Lukas / jemsu (@Jemus42; 10): (I’m wondering because I’m (re-)setting up another blogdown site and I’m inclined to copy-paste some stuff from my blog, including shortcodes and knitr hooks, but copypasting code feels bad for stuff where I’ll likely fix/improve it in one location and forget the other)

Neeldhara (@neeldhara; 10): @ProfKayos @Netlify @iitgn Yep, I also moved the JAMstack and static site generators into my “someday” bucket… and found much reassurance in this tweet: > https://t.co/G4HKz82gAs > Having said that, blogdown/bookdown looks very promising, just too bad that I don’t have a R-based workflow.

Maëlle Salmon (@ma_salmon; 10): @StatnMap Dans mon cours (scientific blogging with Rmd, 2h) j’envisage de montrer trois aventures possibles - Hugo (+ ou - blogdown) - Distill - Wordpress Je suis très biaisée sur la 1e aventure mais j’essaie d’être oecuménique.

Sébastien Rochette (@StatnMap; 10): @ma_salmon Mais pour mon site web perso, j’ai fait la transition. https://t.co/q9hfkbt8Ip

Christina Van Heer (@msvanarmy; 10): @djnavarro Perhaps it’s time for me to return to blogdown and stop whinging about burning the whole thing down because I don’t read documentation properly…..this looks wonderful

Alexander Mackiel (@ajmackiel; 10): @EvoCourtney Yeah I’m definitely going to do this. Did you use this?:https://t.co/7cS8JbXmXO

Andrew Heiss (@andrewheiss; 0/1): @electricarchaeo The whole course website is built with blogdown https://t.co/6naQQFtpdZ


Dan Quintana (@dsquintana; 5812): I just figured out how to include note boxes in {bookdown} documents thanks to this great tutorial from @dcossyle https://t.co/yp2Y8YY8Yx 💯#Rstats https://t.co/F9gopM37Ez

ACP (@acpnews_; 260): r community tarafından oluşturulan, birçok kitabı online bir şekilde okumanız için oluşturulmuş bir site. > https://t.co/7o5FCmjPBZ

Tom Mock (@thomas_mock; 100): @garenkay Strong second to @djnavarro ’s book already posted for traditional stats. > https://t.co/W9XzvTUsvw was how I learned general R programming and is fantastic! > Many other more focused examples at: > https://t.co/8Wfp60NgoO

Ron Yurko (@Stat_Ron; 71): These #xaringan tutorial slides by @apreshill are incredible https://t.co/foqzdltgel - #xaringan feels so much more natural for presentations, THANK YOU @xieyihui #rstats https://t.co/mNatW9dT5v https://t.co/SasspVKMVZ

Mine CetinkayaRundel (@minebocek; 70): @TiffanyTimbers @apreshill I know this is possible in R Markdown sites (see great post by @dcossyle on this at https://t.co/ICZ9RSqfeI) but I haven’t seen it implemented in bookdown specifically

Tiffany Timbers (@TiffanyTimbers; 60): Question for #rstats - can we embed learnr inside bookdown? THAT WOULD BE SOOOOO COOL!

Victor Kibisu (@Kibisu14; 53): Wondering where to start on rmarkdown, the authors just did a great job here #rmarkdown #rstats https://t.co/HB6hGBcOQ7

Alison Presmanes Hill (@apreshill; 50): @TiffanyTimbers @minebocek you may want to thumbs up/follow this issue https://t.co/2LZTSJgodP https://t.co/M4O38kEUiO

Desirée De Leon (@dcossyle; 50): @dsquintana Awesome! These note boxes are so fun to use. And I’m intrigued by the bookdown project you’re working on :-)

JCM H (@jcmh347; 50): Lockdown morphs seamlessly into Bookdown, thanks to the great service from @mainstreethare https://t.co/Xr1M7NWbTz

Ilse Pit (@IlsePit; 31): Just posted my second ever question on #stackoverflow 😊👉👈. Any #bookdown and/or #rmarkdown experts out there who can help? 🙏 https://t.co/YaCt6ldje1

Hiroaki Yutani (@yutannihilation; 31): @0_u0 @Atsushi776 Rcpp使わずにやるのも、おもったほどは難しくないですよ(難しくないとは言ってない) https://t.co/65kE4dXgDZ

Christophe Dervieux (@chrisderv; 30): @apreshill @TiffanyTimbers @minebocek I think I can go further to integrate with bookdown. It is not with learnr inside bookdown but it would be a way to make all chunks of a bookdown gitbook interactive in an R session using the same tool I used in this example. Just in my head for now though 😅

Philippe Lemoine (@phl43; 30): J’ajoute que ce n’est loin d’être le seul problème avec cette étude. Par exemple, les auteurs utilisent un modèle de Cox, dont l’hypothèse centrale est que les “hazard ratios” restent constants dans le temps. 51/n https://t.co/skEhl3to2i https://t.co/o9lzGqUOZx

Danton Noriega 🦔 (@dantonnoriega; 21): I think it’s time to work on my thesis bookdown project repo, at least to help other Duke PhD students. I got it so I could focus on writing and render the entire doc with one command. #rstats https://t.co/PItEUfuSLi

Camilo Martínez (@camartinezbu; 20): 2. 📉Principles of Econometrics with R de Constantin Colonescu, que contiene explicaciones para el modelo lineal, series de tiempo, VEC, VAR y otros más. > https://t.co/7v95awdLy5 > 👇👇👇

Olivier Raitière (@galactose310; 20): if (wanna_learn_tidyverse) { juba_github_course %>% read_carefully(easy = TRUE) } 🇫🇷 #rstats #tidyverse #tidy > Partie 1 Présentation | Introduction à R et au tidyverse https://t.co/NRElhd8xVz #rmarkdown #bookdown

Christophe Dervieux (@chrisderv; 20): @choldgraf @apreshill @TiffanyTimbers @minebocek Thanks will do ! I used thebelab for the standalone document so I know a little too but I may need pointers to see how to use it correctly for all bookdown gitbook. > I’ll try the new jupyter book too. 🙂

ellisvalentiner (@ellisvalentiner; 20): @daniel_egan @bearloga You may be joking but I actually have a (work in progress) cookbook written in Bookdown.

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 11): bookdown question regarding libraries, setup chunks, and K-M vs M-K rendering #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/EPlzWB6sPg

Isabella (@_isabellamb; 11): Updated the div tips section of my post to include a link to this super helpful post by @dcossyle: https://t.co/SSlb4re8VX > Definitely the go-to resource for div tips if you use R Markdown flavored docs that use Pandoc!

ill-identified (@ill_Identified; 11): この前bookdownで作ったgithub pages の経験も発表のネタになりそうだけどatusyさんがもっとスマートな方法知ってそうで私個人でまとめるには適してない感がある #TokyoR

Yohan J. Rodríguez (@hasdid; 11): #R #Automated | Rédiger avec bookdown : pourquoi ? comment ? https://t.co/9uNKNgUSS0

atusy (@Atsushi776; 10): 昼休みに入ると共にRmd関係の issue 2件に答えてランチ。 https://t.co/Opb8o1MyiP https://t.co/udFxlCbdmH

_SugiAki (@_SugiAki; 10): こっちも積んどく。 > Feature Engineering and Selection: A Practical Approach for Predictive Models https://t.co/BPJ8arvmvq

Ilse Pit (@IlsePit; 10): update: @xieyihui answered my question! 🤩 There is a feature in the development version of #bookdown that does exactly what I needed 🙌

Matt Kmiecik (@mattkmiecik14; 10): @garenkay A bookdown that a few of my colleagues and I wrote about GLM and R: https://t.co/3NJwXtYhb4

Aiqi Jiang (@AggieJiang; 0/1): Interpretable Machine Learning https://t.co/j1ecjhRP5r #rmarkdown #bookdown


Jozef Hajnala (@jozefhajnala; 8715): 📰Quick R tip: Create professional reports directly from R scripts > Instead of copy-pasting #rstats code into .Rmd chunks, you can use knitr::spin(“script.R”) to create a report directly from scripts, adding headers and more using comments. > Read more: 🔗https://t.co/UCTMJYj42A https://t.co/YX5rRQzprW

Carlos Gil Bellosta (@gilbellosta; 70): Build a report based on an R script https://t.co/JB3c9V9YkN

Ming (Tommy) Tang (@tangming2005; 53): Create Awesome HTML Table with knitr::kable and kableExtra https://t.co/2weje85YoD #rstats

José Roberto Ayala Solares (@jroberayalas; 20): @GoldbergData This may be helpful https://t.co/FmoGzVoQXv You may wanna have a look at S3 and R6 objects in R as well.

Janet Rosenbaum (@janetrosenbaum; 20): I just taught myself R Markdown (beyond my previous use of knitr in LaTeX) to use in asynchronous online teaching. Do you give students the .Rmd file to run chunks step by step? Anything else I should know to plan for? #rstats #statschat

Juli Tkotz (@juli_tkotz; 10): @zuphilip Both options are possible. I use the button in RStudio, but within the code ocean container, it’s a command. In both cases, knitr does the job.

rtip (@rstats_tip; 10): Still renaming columns for PDF tables? knitr::kable() has col.names argument! > https://t.co/JJ9gjzhytQ #rstats https://t.co/SreYS1sxEM

Jeremy Foote (@jdfoote; 10): @LandonSchnabel @causalinf Reproducible workflow. Knitr is amazing and lets you build a pipeline where data or code changes can be propagated easily

Maëlle Salmon (@ma_salmon; 10): @Jemus42 No knitr hooks but have you seen https://t.co/gZlCrpRITt?

Maëlle Salmon (@ma_salmon; 10): @scolphin I’m curious to know what you end up finding! (for a course I’m preparing) > Does the knitr function (or its source https://t.co/mPHTX9fgNp) help? https://t.co/AwjTL3QepK


JD Long (@CMastication; 51): Those of you who build TeX docs using @rstudio, is there a way to make the “compile PDF” button install packages automatically the way tinytex::pdflatex() does? https://t.co/3cz5R2qxt1 > #rstats

Sabhrina Aninta (@sagitaninta; 51): Apparently Rmarkdown can run LaTeX so I don’t have to get all those LaTeX stuffs to get LaTeX benefits to write mathematical notations easily (other than installing tinytex through a package). Am I understanding this right? #rstats #AcademicChatter

Jenny d’Arcy (@TheSpiritOfByBy; 20): @Asher_Wolf I finally produced a PDF using R. I kept getting the same error message no matter what I did, then finally reinstalled Tinytex and it worked… I just hope that it keeps working for Assignment 2 /2


Heidi Thornton (@heidithornton09; 397): Awesome collaboration on this one with @mitchhendo_🙂 If you want to learn #R and #ggplot2 then check out this post. Use your own data and manipulate and visualise your activity🏃‍♀️🏋️‍♀️🏈 > Wanted to learn #xaringan and it turned into a blog! #rladies #rstats https://t.co/rCIfsRZPDm

Colin Fay 🤘 (@_ColinFay; 332): 🥰 “Better Progressive xaringan Slides with CSS and :last-of-type” > https://t.co/Qlooy74flm > via @grrrck

R Weekly Live (@rweekly_live; 144): R Weekly 2020-21 {projmgr}, {datadrivencv} & better xaringan @rweekly_org #rstats #datascience https://t.co/6I8N5YTs1P

Emanuel ᶜʳᶠ 🔴 ⚫️ 🔴 ⚫️ (@EmanuelCRF1984; 100): @seichiseto4 @globoesportecom Não tenho essa genialidade, usei meu xaringan e copiei kkkkk

Tom Mock (@thomas_mock; 62): #lazyweb #rstats - trying to change font size for just code chunks in Xaringan. > None of my copy-pasting seem to be working w/ CSS. > .remark-code { font-size: 18px; } > .tiny .remark-code { font-size: 50% !important; } > <style> pre { font-size: 18px; } </style>

Sarah E (@sapo83; 61): I put a 3D #plotly figure into a slide generated with the #xaringan package. Is there anything I can’t do?! #rstats https://t.co/nlNVbd7U4Q

Saif Kabir Asif (@SaifKAsif; 41): My first attempt at a tutorial with Xaringan with Flipbook style. > Tutorial: Creating 100% Stack bar chart with Highcharts https://t.co/Qsctl6Zpk0 > #Flipbookr #xaringan

Jose Manuel Vera (@verajosemanuel; 32): Announcing xaringanthemer. Easy define themes for xaringan slides https://t.co/bRxUjuZE5Q #rstats https://t.co/CC8wc8nNLr

Gina Reynolds (@EvaMaeRey; 20): {threejs} is sooo cool! This was very motivating case for getting non sequential reveals going in flipbookr w/ xaringan!

mustapha mekhatria (@MusMekh; 11): Cool 👍 #Xaringan #highcharts https://t.co/7nDvUZguIE

Yohan J. Rodríguez (@hasdid; 11): #R #Automated | Better Progressive xaringan Slides with CSS and :last-of-type https://t.co/JyU49ksFNI

Gina Reynolds (@EvaMaeRey; 10): Fortunate that {tibble}s snapshot output usually makes outputs small enough to easily display w/ {xaringan}.

Chung-hong Chan (@chainsawriot; 10): @juli_tkotz This is the code of the slides. > https://t.co/4F3zrG8bfP > I have also created an R package of the Xaringan theme. > https://t.co/rqr3E3XtCl

Chung-hong Chan (@chainsawriot; 10): @juli_tkotz You could use xaringan instead. But it is quite difficult to customize.

Devastada (@DevastadaHexa; 10): @kamudblood Eu tbm to assim, to quase te chamando já q virou mestre de obra xaringan

Joel Gombin (@joelgombin; 10): @simardcasanova Haha j’adorerais ! Limite en première slide d’un deck xaringan 😂

ando_Roid (@hirahira2835; 10): いけdさんのxaringanフォーマット凄すぎワロタ

Kamande Wambui (@Kamandeh_; 10): My current DS obsession is Xaringan. I want to turn everything into Xaringan slides. At 11:44 pm. #rstats

Data fitter Kim (@Kim_Fitter; 10): @mingabelle This might be useful 😀 @earowang speaking next month on Xaringan https://t.co/d0Vq4IFt49

Sergio Garcia Mora (@sergiogarciamor; 10): @patriloto @xieyihui @apreshill Listo! Ya terminé mi primera presentación en #xaringan ahora sólo tengo que aprender a publicar en Netlify, pero podés descargarla acá: https://t.co/P1loK8bTgK https://t.co/GT4Kl2Gwjz

Michael Flynn (@michael_e_flynn; 10): @andrewheiss Can you embed this in xaringan easily?

Heidi Thornton (@heidithornton09; 10): @alicesweeting @mitchhendo_ @taraskaduk @jeffj312 @jacquietran Thanks Alice! Your Rmarkdown for a presentation you did using xaringan on Github was a huge help for my slides on this 🙌 Hope your going well!

Garrick (@grrrck; 10): @thomas_mock Okay, yeah so that should work on the default theme… > https://t.co/gkHYeAIVQz https://t.co/i3G9fo4Qpe