I'm happy to share with you and #useR2020 a little #rstats package I've been working on called {xaringanExtra}. It's full of extensions and add-ons to make your xaringan slides extra fun! https://t.co/cflHqoUija



Cédric Scherer (@CedScherer; 29541): #TidyTuesday Week 202019 🚀 Astronaut database via Stavnichuk & Corlett (2020) > More a piece of #dataart than an insightful #dataviz but it was such a pleasure and so much fun. > 🔗 https://t.co/m9xbuSNVVn #ggplot #tidyverse #rstats #r4ds #datavis https://t.co/zHsbB0HTbw

Claus Wilke (@ClausWilke; 23529): The fact that the dplyr function summarize() can now generate multiple rows per group is incredibly useful. #rstats #tidyverse https://t.co/2YgR10NNOG

Dr. Ganapathi Pulipaka (@gp_pulipaka; 10794): Main Types of Neural Networks - Tutorial. #BigData #Analytics #DataScience #AI #MachineLearning #IoT #IIoT #Python #RStats #Java #JavaScript #ReactJS #CloudComputing #Serverless #DataScientist #Linux #Mathematics #Programming #Coding #100DaysofCode https://t.co/Ac7TDLz0gR https://t.co/YObRUs4Z4d

Dr. Ganapathi Pulipaka (@gp_pulipaka; 103102): 11 Best #Python Programming Books for Beginner (2020 Update). #BigData #Analytics #DataScience #IoT #IIoT #PyTorch #RStats #TensorFlow #Java #JavaScript #ReactJS #CloudComputing #Serverless #DataScientist #Linux #Books #Mathematics #Programming #Coding https://t.co/kfKV7wE3R9 https://t.co/zaCMuB8ieR


Danielle Navarro (@djnavarro; 340): @kareem_carr I’m writing a Hugo theme & R package designed to be compatible with both blogdown and hugodown, and suitable for R users who don’t necessarily want or need all the bells and whistles of the academic theme. It’s a work in progress!
> https://t.co/psBkGQQVTE

Meghan Hall (@MeghanMHall; 190): Spruced up my own website, too. It’s really nice to have all your work in one place, and I highly recommend the blogdown/github/Hugo Academic/Netlify workflow if you want a site that’s free and fairly simple to create, update, and customize. https://t.co/fDXAOkpLMn

Matt Dray (@mattdray; 189): 🥧 Installed #rstats on a #raspberrypi with Nvim-R, Hugo, Pandoc and {blogdown}. Blog post to remind me how: https://t.co/Iy37iTpwX5 https://t.co/AzbmjZpImA

Ines Teacă (@inesz; 81): Super interesting presentation and demo from Rebecca Barter on last @rladiesbuchares meetup. On🔝, I finally made it and spent some time to reshape and move my blog from blogspot to an R Blogdown page! Thank you, @rlbarter and hopefully I won’t be the only one 🙃 https://t.co/qadgjDAitB

Mark (@MarkGingrass; 75): Hugo Blogdown Site using R/RStudio and hosted for free using Github and Netlify for continuous integration, continuous deployment website. > https://t.co/AOfeAyDTmK > #rstats #rstudio #rprogramming #hugo #blogdown #webdevelopment #webpage #R #rtutorial https://t.co/pi8cr7dcf3

Oscar Baruffa 📊 (@OscarBaruffa; 61): Are there any examples of #RStats #blogdown sites being used as a CMS? I’m looking to build a site of all the hundreds of books, tutorials and vids I’ve gathered. Easy tagging/sorting, media previews etc? WordPress my go-to but I don’t want to overlook this.

R posts you might have missed! (@icymi_r; 45): ✍️ “Intro to Hugo • The Masterchef of Layouts | Tim Mastny” > 👤 Tim Mastny @timmastny > https://t.co/7pYaTRrwWJ #rstats

R-Ladies Bucharest (@rladiesbuchares; 30): Pentru întâlnirea din iunie, prezentarea susținută de Rebecca Barter o găsiți aici: https://t.co/3ybiswiTZP sau youtube: https://t.co/rmEyWcu12a. Mulțumim, @rlbarter pentru inspirație & o super prezentare despre R Blogdown.

Luciano Mammino (@loige; 20): Intro to Hugo: The Masterchef of Layouts https://t.co/5RFKZRg9ht

TedRedwood (@Ted_Redwood; 20): @FM_Grasshopper @GrassNGear @DGear86 Bloggy Blogdown LIVE?

Jason Becker (@jsonbecker; 10): @beeonaposy It’s using Hugo (just like blogdown) but without the dance to setup something like Netlify and dealing with git repos so it really lowers the posting barrier— so basically, I vote just post them as blog posts someone that accepts markdown over API.

Meghan Hall (@MeghanMHall; 10): @thomas_mock Just trying to get more comfortable with it in general! I know some from using blogdown and xaringan, but I’d like to understand chunks better and incorporate more Markdown into my normal analysis workflow (I really only use scripts atm).

Hugh Manatee … Who was that masked man? (@znmeb; 10): @nicoleradziwill @OscarBaruffa pretty much anything you can do with a Hugo site you can do with blogdown - it’s just R Markdown layered over Hugo. If there’s a Hugo site that does what you want, you’re in!

Maëlle Salmon (@ma_salmon; 10): @OscarBaruffa Hugo (I use Hugo/hugodown, but that applies to blogdown) is good at taxonomies. > You might also like data templates https://t.co/eawFGpkY8q but note that from data you cannot make pages (say one entry in JSON = 1 page). Data templates are still powerful though.

Ecléctikus (at home 🌴) (@scienceisbeauty; 10): @manolitocastro Se de qué va más o menos porque soy un ferviente seguidor de la filosofía #JAMstack y uso #Hugo (con #Rmarkdown y #blogdown) para publicar webs. Hice el tutorial y recordaba todavía algo de C++. Pero si, noté que #R y #Python son más maduros para datos.

miroslaw gdesz (@migdesz; 10): How to build a website with Blogdown in R - Storybenc https://t.co/OpSk6vfPkP

Nono Gueye (@GueyeNono; 10): @_ColinFay Wow, it looks like a website built with {blogdown}. Time to dig in your code.

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): Can’t escape LaTeX dollar sign $ in blogdown #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/SIas9RJUAK

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): r blogdown - build_site result does not matched preview from serve_site #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/yyF6C71IWO

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): Using blogdown with github actions - alternative to serve_site #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/D5SIcciSwX

Dan Fitton (@DataDanFit; 0/1): Created my own website at the weekend using the #blogdown R package and #hugoacademic theme. It was dead easy and I’m pretty happy with the result. Check it out https://t.co/x5gfpbny7p #rstats


Allison Horst (@allison_horst; 271): @Neandertal_94 Hi Agustín! RStudio has lessons to get started: https://t.co/XOfcFkkZ9C > R Markdown: The Definitive Guide: https://t.co/Cjf6xX8Vt1 > Our R for Excel Users workshop from RStudio for a short intro: https://t.co/8EpQYFUOI1 > Inspiration from @apreshill: https://t.co/qYcQrrW9Uy

Nicholas Tierney (@nj_tierney; 244): Shout out to @Emil_Hvitfeldt for this #rstats blog post on deploying bookdown https://t.co/fQkUxN8we8 > If you want the cloud to automagically deploy your bookdown, look no further! This is a comprehensive guide!

Shawn Tan (@tanshawn; 126): The Math behind sample count (Singapore General Elections) https://t.co/nPz1MA20EM #rmarkdown #bookdown

(((Jody Aberdein Esq.))) (@jodyaberdein; 100): Right then. > 130-odd junior doctors’ infectious diseases department handbook updated: converted from word to markdown, using RStudio and Bookdown is now a website, also available in pdf, word and epub.

Leroux Louise (@LerouxLouise4; 74): Interested in #geospatial analysis with #RStats ? See the online book “Geocomputation with R” for geo data analysis, vizualisation and modelling https://t.co/O1PO6WYLri

MASKIT or CASKET (@healthstatsdude; 71): @ImKintsugi @RLadiesGlobal @pyladies @rstudio ditto on Rethinking, also has a tidyverse set of code done by @SolomonKurz at https://t.co/vL6a36nqWt

Joshua Rosenberg (@jrosenberg6432; 70): writing a book with @RyanEs @ebovee09 @kierisi and @ivelasq3 … super fun > reviewing copy edits and syncing changes back to the {bookdown}-based version of the book … less than super fun (but still fun)

Deirdre Toher (@dtoher; 52): Having attended many seminars that have looked at good practices at making mathematics more accessible. TL;DR recommendation: html good (with mathjax). Write notes in markdown. Use bookdown if you need equations numbered / theorem environments. Use pandoc to convert notes #RStats

David Simons (@David_Simons_UK; 31): @OlgaPerski Made so accessible by this fantastic resource developed by @MathiasHarrer & colleagues. > https://t.co/aRIQTZC5Ai > With a helpful discussion of the applications of Bayes to healthcare by @d_spiegel here. https://t.co/qwO2WbedUo

Phil Parker (@PhilParker_IPPE; 30): @jakeddowns @oranwutan https://t.co/MXArxdTRLT

aishida (@aishida; 30): 秋学期データ基礎の資料はTeX講義ノート+BookdownでRコードでやってみよう

Dustin Hosseini (@DustinHosseini; 20): In practice: an open course portal using #bookdown by @rstudio; integrating networked discourse with @hypothes_is; @slack for comms and logistics to create an unLMS / unVLE approach. And it worked. > #networkedlearning #digitaleducation @A_L_T #digped

Megan Skelton (@MegSkelton1; 20): @LiviaSimela @AcademicChatter Also this https://t.co/En0UaDb3cV I often use summarytools https://t.co/tlHCtft3E7 and tableby from arsenal https://t.co/rwBE1NvjUw

David Monroe (@DKMonroeonIT; 20): https://t.co/xCyz8vORGp

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 12): How to enable LaTeX shell-escape in bookdown #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/8fDuJcnEoc

Peter Higgins (@ibddoctor; 11): #rstats lazyweb: if a bookdown book loads a package containing learnr tutorials, can the bookdown book reference/insert said tutorials into the bookdown book? or do they have to be hosted on the web?? @StatGarrett @apreshill

Conor McQuiston (@ConorMcQ5; 10): Training in the Modelling Mountains by reading https://t.co/pFU9TXgrGy and omg I feel so much more capable. tl;dr reading books > googling random things

Teytonon (@BrokenTurkey; 10): f fa fac face faceb facebo faceboo facebook facebookd facebookdo facebookdow facebookdown acebookdown cebookdown ebookdown bookdown ookdown okdown kdown down own wn n #facebookdown

Dallas Novakowski (@d_novakowski; 10): I’m going to try #huxtable. Seems to have lots of flexibility: > 1 . Many formatting options 2. Multiple output formats: (Word (via flextable), LaTeX, HTML, Markdown) 3. Appears to support cross-referencing of tables in bookdown > https://t.co/qupqRWRbDj https://t.co/8RjXXioVNH

beckett (@DaimyoShimada; 10): @Orcio_S @annakmakuch Polecam wszystkim zamiast Worda (wytworzony dokument tez może być w formacie docx) https://t.co/wP4Nd2Q6yE

Wouter Van Rossem (@wvrossem; 10): @nielstenoever @grnr_s @pinbarlas I had a similar situation. But now I actually have found a great workflow using Rmarkdown (& bookdown + tracked using git for myself). This format allows conversions to Latex pdf or a Microsoft word file that I can send to supervisors for track changes etc.

GolamKibria MadhurZa (@madhurza_kibria; 10): @ElenLeFoll @rstatstweet Please check out this site,: https://t.co/SZL7m4Wl12

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): How can I get webshot to work with bookdown? #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/rNbigiXnio

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): Bookdown - theorem references within math? #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/4Ogudvx21s

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): Google sitemap for bookdown projects on a Github Pages website #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/8vV0sM4Za9

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): How to share Rmd files between different bookdown projects? #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/OjjF9g5ahs

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): Figure captions with reticulate in Rmd through bookdown (or other alternatives)? #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/pF3mpqcgqq


Kieran Healy (@kjhealy; 7010): The addition of knitr and Markdown support in Roxygen makes it much easier to add informative and automatically-updated extra information in the documentation/help pages for datasets. https://t.co/yPukMHcOMy

Haruhiko Okumura (@h_okumura; 5623): 『LaTeX超入門』,第2章全部でCloud LaTeXだけを詳しく説明しているところがユニーク。参考文献の例がEPR論文! 最後にちょこっとSageMathやRStudio+knitrが出てくる

Data Science Question A Day (@data_question; 115): Didn’t know it is possible to convert rscripts to markdown docs. > U can write ur text by starting ur sentence by #’ & add chunk options by adding #+ at the beginning. R code goes the usual way. At last hit knitr::spin(‘script.R’) > Amazing tips: https://t.co/EZIgZosK3A #rstats

Biⓐnca Kramer (@MsPhelps; 80): I’ve been trained on Boolean logic, but for some reason, wrapping my head around the implications of various combinations of knitr code chunk options (eval, echo, include, results) is my undoing today. Send chocolate.

Dr. Anthony Nash 🇪🇺 staying in lockdown (@AnthonyC1Nash; 40): Just started an R/LaTeX document using RStudio’s knitr. Aiming for Journal of Statistical Software. Writing in LaTeX (but with added R code) after all these years feels odd.

Paul Julian PhD (@SwampThingPaul; 24): Just discovered knitr::combine_words( … ) and it’s pure magic, especially when putting together an automated rmd file to generate a report appendix. #rstats #rmarkdown #openscience

Ryan Keeney (@rbkeeney; 20): sis_dataset %>% filter(EventType == “pass”) %>% filter(str_detect(str_to_lower(PlayDesc), “incomplete”)) %>% filter(str_detect(str_to_lower(PlayDesc), “a.rodgers”)) %>% select(PlayDesc) %>% unique() %>% knitr::kable() > @benbbaldwin

atusy (@Atsushi776; 10): またknitrのニッチなバグ踏んだ

Simon Grund (@simongrund89; 10): I just looked up how I can get syntax highlighting for an R markdown chunk in my knitr-based LaTeX slides, and I think I’ve come full circle. > Spoiler: I can’t. https://t.co/81rKnXmVAv

chris hartgerink (@chartgerink; 10): @MsPhelps yea knitr is fookiwooki https://t.co/nDhQ1ygezy

Evelyn of tummy.com (@tummycom; 10): @cantabile @grrrck https://t.co/hUFe432Jr7 might do the trick.

Tom Kelly ケリー・トム (@tomkXY; 10): @gvwilson Same goes for Mathematica Notebooks. I started learning to code Wolfram in them. The RStudio IDE is far less daunting for beginners and has drastically improved in recent years. Integration with devtools and knitr especially helpful.

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): Rmarkdown knitr problem with £ pound sterling symbol not displaying correctly #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/MtoRhWeoCK

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): Knitr not knitting? #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/MCuhgIVjky

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): Rendering Unicode in knitr to pdf #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/xGq8vZO0xi

Serenity Confetti (@saltybreads15; 0/1): Help! I want my knitr:kable table to have 8, 8, 10 for the first column, but its putting 8, 8, 10 in the last row. Not sure what to even call this so I can google. #rstats, #rcode https://t.co/MiW0MKlnFO


Tiffany Timbers (@TiffanyTimbers; 43): Has any R/Python mixers successfully used tinytex with jupyter nbconvert for converting .ipynb to pdf? Trying to simplify the @UBCMDS #DataScience install stack…

Tiffany Timbers (@TiffanyTimbers; 10): I can confirm this works both on mac and linux (extra step needed on linux to add TinyTex executables to the PATH).

R en Rosario (@renrosarioarg; 10): Para la segunda parte de la charla se necesitan los paquetes: tidyverse leaflet osmdata webshot kableExtra tinytex gridExtra png grid htmlwidgets > Nos vemos a las 19 👋👋👋


Garrick (@grrrck; 571150): I’m happy to share with you and #useR2020 a little #rstats package I’ve been working on called {xaringanExtra}. It’s full of extensions and add-ons to make your xaringan slides extra fun! > https://t.co/cflHqoUija

Dr Christian Hoggard (@CSHoggard; 4717): Today I’m leading the first of three @ahrcpress workshops on GMM/Archaeology (courtesy of @lucytimbrell96 and @gmm_workshop). A copy of my slides can be found on the workshop’s GitHub repository: https://t.co/uZoJYts5VC > (many thanks to @benmarwick for help with Xaringan!) https://t.co/DtvSfmCBHV

Garrick (@grrrck; 409): Oh and here are the slides themselves so you can try out all the fun features > https://t.co/QsijvdNuw9

G. Elliott Morris (@gelliottmorris; 190): @laurabronner Have you tried Xaringan? I love writing my slides in .Rmd and the themes it comes with + customization make it a great solution IMO https://t.co/afIPA3jEwq

Joyce Robbins (@jtrnyc; 185): Wow, #xaringanExtra looks amazing: adds tile view of slides, multiple panels on the same page, webcam, edit slides live, slide tones, slide transitions. 😲 #rstats #xaringan https://t.co/qq78XzPuxt

Yihui Xie (@xieyihui; 120): @dalitdata You just discovered a top secret of xaringan! Congrats on passing the ninja qualification test!

Yihui Xie (@xieyihui; 80): @minebocek @KellyBodwin Your css can be anywhere in the project if you either run inf_mr() from the top dir (e.g. xaringan::inf_mr(‘sub/dir/slides.Rmd’)), or provide the top dir to the cast_from argument of inf_mr(), e.g., xaringan::inf_mr(‘slides.Rmd’, cast_from = ‘../../path/to/root/dir’).

Karandeep Singh (@kdpsinghlab; 61): Son: What’s a ninja file? > Me: … > Son: you know, a ninja presentation? > Me: do you mean xaringan? > Son: Exactly! Can we use it? > What say you? It’s not pandoc-compatible so really trying to hold off…

𝔸𝕙 𝕥𝕒𝕝 𝕕𝕒 𝕘𝕚𝕣𝕝 𝕖𝕞𝕠☠️ // ʰᵖ⚡ (@alinesouzaaaaaa; 30): Vo ativar meu xaringan véi , o buqui vai ficar doido /itachi https://t.co/6iIoWpDtkR

Gabriel Andrade-Ponce (@Gatorco_AP; 30): Ahora tengo la obsesión de aprender xaringan o.o https://t.co/QrvqRECGIa

Amanda Peterson Plunkett (@DrAmandaRP; 20): 🤯 Wow, impressed by @grrrck’s xaringanExtra 📦 for spicing up xaringan slides. Catch his 5 minute #useR2020 talk here: https://t.co/GNsVAgQLJ1. Install from: https://t.co/NmqDXD6EXC

Hoxo_Mass_Spectrum (@siero5335; 20): 細部はともかくどっかで話す用のスライドをxaringanで作った (現在50枚, あと10枚くらい増えそう

【𝑃𝑎𝑡𝑟𝑖𝑐𝑖𝑎 𝐿𝑜𝑡𝑜】 (@patriloto; 20): El nuevo paquete de @grrrck permite personalizar aún más las slides hechas con #xaringan 😍, por ejemplo la extensión 𝙿𝚊𝚗𝚎𝚕𝚜𝚎𝚝 nos permite incluir un panel con pestañas en una slide ⬇️ y hasta customizar su apariencia 😮https://t.co/hZmDQmsxxo https://t.co/lOr5J5MP0B https://t.co/KsB1Uxp7d1

princesa Cordelia fumando maconha (@BJottape; 10): @hgatariana @otakuzinh0 Não foi o Naruto que precisou se escorar na porcaria do xaringan

Jp Marín Díaz (@jpmarindiaz; 10): Let’s ask @kwbroman - when learning @xieyihui ’s Xaringan to prepare the slides for the presentation I realized Karl’s photo with a mustache was a thing 3/ https://t.co/ieN48AIEos

AmeliaMN (@AmeliaMN; 10): @jvcasill @kara_woo I mean actual pronunciation. Like @xieyihui has for xaringan: https://t.co/WMWRHSMsBi

Joseph Casillas (@jvcasill; 10): @grrrck This is great. Your contributions to #xaringan are top notch. Thank you.

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): Centering graphs with DiagrammeR and Xaringan presentation #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/g8RPZzeCBz

John Helveston (@JohnHelveston; 0/1): TIL you can use xaringan::infinite_moon_reader() to continuously re-knit html_document Rmd files…makes it soooooo much easier to immediately see the rendered changes 🤯 #rstats #xaringan > (I thought this only worked with xaringan slides)

Benjamin Louis (@benlo_7; 0/1): Making xaringan even better ! #rstats https://t.co/01HdoZ823g


Chris Beeley 👩‍🌾💃🧙‍♂️ (@ChrisBeeley; 10): @vishal_katti @BignardiG @rstatstweet I don’t think this is correct, is it? > This blog post https://t.co/R2eOtShBpf suggests that it isn’t. And as someone else commented, if the dataset was very large it seems difficult or impossible to embed the whole dataset