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Tatjana Kecojevic (@Tatjana_Kec; 4410): Head a great time delivering a workshop on blogdown at @eRum2020_conf You can find the material at: adapted from @apreshill’s buckets of #rstats fabulous resources. Thanks to all awesome participants ♥️ #erum2020 #Rladies

Benjamin Cretois 🦌 (@Benjamin_M_CR; 304): After 3 days of procrastination and battle with HTML code I finally made a website with GitHub pages and #blogdown. Check it out, I have made all the material that I use for teaching GIS and Intro to stats available:

Danielle Navarro (@djnavarro; 181): @MilesMcBain This was the logic for it presented in the blogdown book. I have no idea if there are good reasons for other choices though! >

samia (@samiasab90; 162): made a blogdown site a few months ago, but only got around to writing about it till now 😅. If you’re interested in the blogdown package and/or want to make your own page, hope this could be helpful #rstats

Troy Hernandez (@TroyForMWRD; 92): I wrote a series of posts about using #rstats, #blogdown, @github, @Docker, #K8s, and #ArgoCD It’s still a work in progress, but I’m excited.

Alison Presmanes Hill (@apreshill; 70): @hglanz Looks like you are using a blogdown site- serve_site does this already (should but does not always only re-render the content you touch). If your content is mainly md files (not Rmd), and you set up Netlify to build with Hugo, then no you don’t need use serve_site

mikefc (@coolbutuseless; 60): @MilesMcBain I “settled” on Hugo/blogdown as it seemed like the only choice for blogging from an Rmd file. > I didn’t look that hard though, I just wanted a quick solution so I could post stuff. It’s been inertia since then.

Jacqueline Nolis (@skyetetra; 60): @MilesMcBain This is something I would absolutely use. Hugo/blogdown has so much stuff in it that is specific for blogs that I don’t need. I just wanna make some ol’ html pages that link to each other!

Mark (@MarkGingrass; 42): How to create Dynamic Rmd Files from R Script. You can use this to automate Hugo and Blogdown Posts! > Please Retweet! > > #rstats #rprogramming #rstudio #stats #hugo #blogdown

Federico Marini (@FedeBioinfo; 41): BTW: Tatjana is also one of our Instructors for the #erum2020 Workshop (Saturday, afternoon session), where you can learn how to “Build a website with blogdown in R”

Aaron R. Williams (@awunderground; 40): @MaxGhenis @ProjectJupyter R Markdown has incredible functionality and works well for R and Python. Bookdown and Blogdown are really powerful.

Vebash (@Sciencificity; 31): Just finished off a wonderful #erum2020 week with a workshop on blogdown 📦! Thanks @Tatjana_Kec! 💜

Steph Locke (@TheStephLocke; 30): @ma_salmon @Letxuga007 @apreshill @MilesMcBain @NHSrCommunity @rOpenSci Yes, Hugo works well although my recommendation is not to use {blogdown} - particularly in a multi author scenario managing to dependencies for R to be used in the rendering of posts is really tough. Let each author submit their post as a PR with the Rmd and an MD.

Dustin Haraden (@DustinHaraden; 30): And a special thank you to @xieyihui @apreshill & @ProQuesAsker for all of their wonderful work with blogdown and the integration with Hugo! 🥳🤗👏👏

Mark (@MarkGingrass; 23): I have been busy automating bringing all of my YouTube content to my personal site using #blogdown, #Hugo, #R, #RStudio, #youtube-dl, and a few #python #scripts and bat files. Fun times! > > #rstats #programming #websites #youtube #smallyoutuber #netlify

Asiwome (@Asiwome7; 21):

Alex Cookson (@alexcookson; 21): Any #rstats or #blogdown experts out there that know why my kable() tables aren’t formatting correctly? > I’ve tried a lot of fixed but can’t seem to crack this nut! I’m using the Blackburn theme ( if that is possibly important.

Tyler Smith (@sedgeboy; 20): @MilesMcBain #blogdown is basically an R front-end to Hugo. My makefile is two lines: the first line calls a three line R script, and the second rsyncs it to my server

Dr. Ryan Straight on 🏡 Staycation! 🏡 (@RyanStraight; 20): @OnlineCrsLady @xolotl @tinebeest @pressbooks @hypothes_is S’why I do everything in Markdown, usually via Blogdown or Bookdown R packages, and hosted via GitHub Pages. ♥

Miguel Eersel (@EerselMiguel; 20): @Tatjana_Kec @erum2020_conf @apreshill @KosmiKatarina @tikiblagojev @nnie_nl @eugene100hickey HI Tatjana, > Your Blogdown workshop at E-Rum2020 was very good. Including the very useful tip & tricks. I saw on LinkedIn that you also gave a presentation at E-Rum2020 about interactive maps. Could I get a copy or link to the web page of this presentation ? > Regards, Miguel

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 12): Blogdown displays images, but not plots after rendering on new posts (old posts still work and render correctly) #tidyverse #rstats

CRAN Package Updates (@CRANberriesFeed; 12): CRAN updates: blogdown geojson #rstats

Ben Hanowell (@BenHanowell; 12): Users of #rstats, especially #blogdown: Which solution do you use to automatically post links to blog posts in Twitter and LinkedIn?

Gonçalo Veiga (@goncalo_veiga; 12): @Dillon_ZQ Are you the creator of the #Hugo #LoveIt theme? I was wondering if it supports #rmarkdown files and if there is a way to install it using @xieyihui’s #blogdown? I tried installing it in #rstudio but wasn’t successful so I had to resort to using terminal.Thanks! #rstats

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 11): Prevent re-knitting of old rmd files when publishing blogdown website on shared server #tidyverse #rstats

Jan Broder Engler (@JanBroderEngler; 11): Just finished my research portfolio website. Entirely done with @xieyihui s great {blogdown} package! > Go check it out: > #rstats #neuroscience #neuroimmunology #UKE

Thomas Neitmann (@thomas_neitmann; 10): @MilesMcBain Because {blogdown} is built around Hugo. If it would use Jekyll that’s probably what I’d use instead. I didn’t really think much about that. Before I started blogging I didn’t even know what a static website was…

Jason Becker (@jsonbecker; 10): @MilesMcBain @apreshill I know 0 Go, and I have used custom themes on hugo from before blogdown existed, and I’ve rebuilt and redesigned at least annually.

Cameron Patrick (@camjpatrick; 10): @joe_thorley @MilesMcBain I agree, and the number of moving parts involved (knitr, blogdown, hugo, web server) makes understanding what’s actually happening very difficult sometimes. I am in awe of people who properly understand modern web technologies.

samia (@samiasab90; 10): also want to thank @mwgerber who first suggested making a blogdown site to me 2 yrs ago. I mainly wanted to use R as an alternative to other stats programs so making a website sounded complicated to me at the time, but now that I have, iv learned how cool & versatile R can be!

DiKayo Data (@dikayodata; 10): I definitely want to learn about blogdown. Will these also be available for us later? #erum2020

SamEdwardes (@TheReaLSamlam; 10): @TiffanyTimbers I don’t think blogdown would actually save you too much time unless you really want to do everything in R.

Andrew Baker (@Andrew___Baker; 10): @johnjhorton those look like blogdown markers

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): Adding cookie message with the privacy pack to blogdown website #tidyverse #rstats

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): blogdown not showing plots from .Rmarkdown files but from .Rmd #tidyverse #rstats

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): Can I escape a shortcode from a hugo theme from blogdown #tidyverse #rstats

rmflight (@rmflight; 0/1): Any Hugo nerds in my #rstats tweeps? Using base hugo, outside of blogdown to set up a blog hosted on GHpages. > Most of the stuff in config.toml seems to work, but not all. > Namely featured_image, description, >


R posts you might have missed! (@icymi_r; 5610): 📚📊 “Statistical rethinking with brms, ggplot2, and the tidyverse • Second edition” > 👤 Solomon Kurz @solomonkurz > #rstats

Dan Quintana (@dsquintana; 398): R Markdown FTW! I had to do a small re-analysis for a collaborator and it took me minutes to set up the results and share everything as a PDF. Before R markdown, I would have just screenshotted the console output 🤦‍♂️ > Check out the full guide here

Irene Crisologo (@irenecrisologo; 142): I made a #bookdown version of my PhDThesis using #rmarkdown! Quite proud of it being #openscience: using #Python for processing/analysis, citing packages (@numpy_team,@SciPyTip,@matplotlib,#wradlib), published in #openaccess journals! > > @sciencechatph

Virgilio Gómez-Rubio (@precariobecario; 85): Can anyone point to book styles for #bookdown #rstats? Output is a pdf generated from LaTeX and we would like to move away from the default LaTeX book style. @R_Hisp

Miles Ott 🏳️‍⚧️ (@Miles_Ott; 66): Hello generous people! I’m looking for #bookdown assistance📚 > Trying to figure out how to neatly include end of chapter exercises. Ideally in chapter 4 the exercises would be numbered 4.1, 4.2, 4.3…. and those exercises could include code chunks and/or figures in them > Thanks!

Claire Gardener (@Cl4ireG; 65): #BbAlly European User group next meeting is Thurs 25 June, 3pm BST. Sign up via - > Agenda features @CCCUTEL with ‘The Canterbury Tales: ‘Access for All’ Edition’ & Deirdre Toher from UWE looking at creating accessible maths with Rmarkdown/Bookdown

Jennifer J. Carroll, PhD MPH (she/her) (@veruka2; 52): Do you want to support efforts fighting institutional racism and police brutality, but also there’s a pandemic and you’re concerned about public gatherings? My insanely smart colleague @el_sabawi put together a brief HOW TO on protesting from home.

Dan Quintana (@dsquintana; 32): {bookdown} folks: I’m trying to knit a PDF version of a HTML book that contains HTML elements (embedded tweets). > Is there a way to automatically take a screenshot of embedded tweets for PDF output? > Using the {webshot} package + PhantomJS didn’t work… > #Rstats

R-Ladies Tunis (@RLadiesTunis; 32): Episode2 of #RBookGramming challenge ⬇️ Enjoy using #R #Markdown? Finding it useful and practical in many ways? Well, it certainly has other ways to surprise you. > This book is written by @xieyihui and Christophe Dervieux. A link to the book 👉! #rstats

Marcus Birkenkrahe (@birkenkrahe; 32): What I like about @jeroenhjanssens excellent »Data science at the command line« is the thorough referencing. Innovation doesn’t just fall from the sky/net, it’s people! Who published! Great example 4 my students via by @rstudio

Solomon Kurz (@SolomonKurz; 31): @andrewheiss @michael_e_flynn @JustinEsarey Thanks for the shout out, @andrewheiss. For those interested, you can find links to my #brms-related books here:

Vivek Das (@ivivek87; 31): Next level where one is doing #singlecell analysis using #VR 😃 > Wow! I am here for such content. > I wish I could have joined. > Best wishes to the organizers. 🎉 > Well @AltunaAkalin has one of the comprehensive bookdown in #Genomics #DataScience btw. 😃

Nicolas Roelandt, Bidochon🍓 (@RoelandtN42; 21): @pierre_bat @TFressin Pour @TFressin, avec Rmarkdown c’est aussi pandoc qui permet de basculer d’un format à un autre. Le plus c’est bookdown par exemple pour créer un livre et exporter vers html, epub ou pdf à partir du même fichier source. >

CRAN Package Updates (@CRANberriesFeed; 12): CRAN updates: AmesHousing bookdown subniche #rstats

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 12): bookdown preview with Rmd files in a subdirectory #tidyverse #rstats

kajyuuen (@kajyuuen; 11): Interpretable Machine Learning #rmarkdown #bookdown よい

Dan Quintana (@dsquintana; 10): @3wombats @AnnieOdyne This solves half my problem, in that it standardises the screenshot. Thanks for the link, @AnnieOdyne! > This is a good option if I can’t figure out a solution that works within the ‘bookdown’ R package

David Solito (@dsolito; 10): @hadleywickham Great. Dear Hadley, I was asking myself why we don’t see more shiny apps exemples integrated directly in bookdown pages or posts. This could be a great addition to this online version.

Yanxian Li (@li_yanxian; 10): @mixOmics_team @YiwenWang_Eva @SciMelb @MelbIntGen @MicrobiomDigest Then I’ll go for methods accounting for batch effects. Thanks for sharing your code in a companian bookdown file, which has been really helpful for my analysis.

Lidia Lipinska-Zubrycka (@lidkalee; 10): Nice course & book about Explanatory Model Analysis in R #rmarkdown #bookdown

Julio Trecenti (@jtrecenti; 10): @lucasmbianchi_ @curso_r Acho que em um arquivo rmarkdown simples não dá para fazer isso. Vc tem duas opções: > - usando rmarkdown::render(“nome_do_arq.Rmd”, output_file = “nome_do_output.pdf”) vc pode gerar com o nome que quiser. > - se vc usar {bookdown} é possível definir o nome do arquivo de output.

Julio Trecenti (@jtrecenti; 10): @lucasmbianchi_ @curso_r No segundo caso, isso é possível editando o arquivo _bookdown.yml

André Barros (@abolerbarros; 10): @_Gil_Henriques Have you tried inserting a page break?

Tuki Attuquayefio (@tuki_nii; 10): @ChristinaPott3r LinkedIn learning. Datacamp. Swirly R. Bookdown. > Practice practice practice 🤷🏾‍♂️

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): knitr bookdown::gitbook and webgl: rotation does not work properly #tidyverse #rstats

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): Is there a way to do a glossary in R Bookdown? #tidyverse #rstats

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): For RMarkdown/bookdown with HTML output is it possible to cross-reference previously labeled equations inside eqnarray* environment? #tidyverse #rstats

Napat (@NapatSongtawee; 0/1): Doing Meta-Analysis in R : A Hands-on Guide

Lagos State Choir Awards (@ChoirState; 0/1): Our Voices would be heard Bookdown your choir space for the LAGOS STATE CHOIR AWARDS🤝 > @wazobiamax @NigeriainfoFM . @instablog9ja @boundlesservng2 brilafm889 amenradio1 @cccGenesisGl…


Jon Henner (@jmhenner; 180): The baby is almost a month old. In other news, it took me two times to knitR a document because I keep spelling FALSE as FALS. How’s your morning going?

Data Science East Africa🧠 (@DataScience_Ea; 1425): Top R libraries for Data Science > 1) Ggplot2 2) Dplyr 3). Esquisse 4). BioConductor 5). Lubridate 6). Mlr 7). Knitr 8). DT 9). Caret 10). Quanteda.dictionaries 11). RCrawler 12). RMarkdown 13). Janitor > Drop your question 👇🏼👇🏼 > #R #DataScience #100DaysOfCode

Ellis Hughes (@ellis_hughes; 114): TidyX Episode 15 is live! > This week @OSPpatrick and I work through the #TidyTuesday dataset on America’s history with slavery and create a report of the US Census data in tables. > We use {colortable} and {knitr} to highlight values in tables. >

atusy (@Atsushi776; 90): お、rmarkdown 2.3が出た。今回は開発者向けにR 3.6との互換性問題を修正した緊急リリース。 ちなみに私の貢献は、YAMLでcode_foldingを指定して更に以下を実行すると任意のエンジンを折り畳めるようになる機能。 > knitr::opts_chunk$set(class.source = “foldable”) >

Patrick Ward (@OSPpatrick; 52): TidyX Episode 15: Juneteenth & Census Tables > @ellis_hughes creates tables using {knitr} & {colortable} and shows how to set up a table of contents for markdown reports. Data explores America’s history with slavery using census data provided by #TidyTues. >

jsonpott (@jsonpott; 43): I needed to insert an image in a word document but also need to caption underneath. Markdown and knitr didn’t cut it. > The Cowplot📦+ captioner 📦 package functions solved the issue > ggdraw + draw_image + draw_figure_label

Dean Attali (@daattali; 30): @rmflight @timelyportfolio @AriLamstein Sure, knitr et al predate R notebooks. But that’s not what Ari asked, I’m just answering his simple question with a simple answer :)

CRAN Package Updates (@CRANberriesFeed; 11): CRAN updates: docopt knitr tidyHeatmap #rstats

Jaemin Lee (@ImportData1; 11): How to Create Reports with R Markdown > > #ImportData #RMarkDown #RStudio #KnitR #DataScience #RLanguage #R #KnitR #수입산데이터 #r스튜디오 #데이터사이언스 #r언어

Jon Pelletier (@drjonpelly; 10): @KasiaMiko @drob I LOVE broom! It’s great for exporting models to knitr::kable.

Hiroaki Yutani (@yutannihilation; 10): @Atsushi776 rmarkdownとknitrは頼んだ、という気持ち🙏

Bryan Shalloway (@brshallo; 10): @KellyBodwin @EvaMaeRey @xieyihui @opencpu Added a link to twitter and a few notes. > Warning: I just learned about knitr::knit_code so don’t have a ton of grounding in feasibility…

Avraham Adler (@AvrahamAdler; 0/1): @groundwalkergmb You should be excoriated. = should only be used in #rstats for passing parameters in functions or knitr chunks.


Lane Harrison (@laneharrison; 20): @profmusgrave There’s TinyTeX which works for Mac -> > (And, to build on the other editor recs, @code is pretty popular and well maintained these days)

CRAN Package Updates (@CRANberriesFeed; 12): CRAN updates: asht emg geojsonsf spex term tinytex tsibble vtable #rstats

amelia (@amelie_kn; 10): @luzfcb obg por se disponibilizar, mas foi mais um rant pro nada do que um problema específico haha > vou dar uma conferida no tinytex, parece interessante.

Fábio C. Barrionuevo (@luzfcb; 10): @amelie_kn Dito isto, eu gostei bastante do trabalho do tinytex. Ele baixa e instala tudo, e ainda tem uma maneira de descobrir pacotes latex faltantes durante o processo de compilação e instala-los para você.

David Barney (@davidjbarney; 10): @profmusgrave have you tried tinytex? might not have all the features you need initially but a much easier setup


R-Ladies Sydney (@RLadiesSydney; 186): Mark your #rstats calendars! Our very own @statsgen (who moved to Melbourne and we miss greatly) is talking xaringan in this event cohosted by @RLadiesCanberra and @NswSsa on June 30 >

Yury Zablotski (@yuzaR___; 1111): Introduction to confusion matrix and ROC curves: > “Roc(k) is confusing: or the link between machine learning and epidemiology” > Lecture has been developed in “xaringan” R package > > #RStats #Statistics #DataScience #MachineLearning

C. M. Jones-Todd (@cmjonestodd; 111): Hey @earowang I’m getting to grips with #xaringan 🥷 Your @RLadiesAKL talk forced me to rewrite some slides (borrowing heavily from your GitHub 😳)!

R-Ladies Canberra (@RLadiesCanberra; 53): Do you > 🟦 make your slides using beamer? 🟦 want to learn how to make slides using #rmarkdown? 🟦 want to learn more about #xaringan 📦 ? > If you ☑️ any, come join 6PM AEST 30 Jun with @statsgen > > joint w @RLadiesSydney, @NswSsa, @StatSocAus Canberra

Gina Reynolds (@EvaMaeRey; 50): Big thanks to @grrrck and @statsgen for helps and @xieyihui because {xaringan}! And to @brshallo and @KellyBodwin for new ideas about how to share flipbooks, html -> pdf -> gif. Guidance now included in template update on this - this gif created w/ that workflow!🙏🤩

Tyler Ransom (@tyleransom; 50): I always enjoy coming across @grant_mcdermott’s code tracks in the wild. Today’s exhibit:

ihaddaden fodil (@moh_fodil; 30): Ah ! finally it’s