Excited to see the cover for Mastering Shiny (https://t.co/5pWcXgdEof)! Featuring the kereru — New Zealand’s own native pigeon #rstats https://t.co/4gSkFF4DpL



Hadley Wickham (@hadleywickham; 1453243): Excited to see the cover for Mastering Shiny (https://t.co/5pWcXgdEof)! Featuring the kereru — New Zealand’s own native pigeon #rstats https://t.co/4gSkFF4DpL

Carl Howe (@cdhowe; 25271): After millions of hours of testing, RStudio now has made RStudio Cloud generally available. We believe it’s one of the best platforms for teacher-led R and Python instruction. https://t.co/G9E5bhzBg8 #rstats #rstudio

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Benjamin Wolfe (@BenjaminWolfe; 7516): Ever notice in the #rstats #tidyverse docs, at the top of every single page there’s a @github source link? > Ever wanted to do that with your #blogdown / #hugodown blog posts? > My new post walks you through it step by step, and then tells you how it works! > https://t.co/ErDL3ayQ98 https://t.co/Nme42pODli

Alison Presmanes Hill (@apreshill; 304): Works with: > + goldmark renderer for @GoHugoIO sites built with #blogdown/#hugodown > https://t.co/kAihLaqrzb > + #bookdown’s enhanced markdown features > https://t.co/0ChqDHPLFD https://t.co/fzylxPbYDw

R posts you might have missed! (@icymi_r; 218): ✍️🖥 “Building a Website with Blogdown, Hugo and Github Pages | Michelle VanTieghem” > 👤 Michelle VanTieghem @vanti20m > https://t.co/k6PbQCSGet #rstats

Andrew MacDonald 🌈 (@polesasunder; 124): Is there not a good resource on “customizing the Hugo Academic theme for blogdown” for #rstats ? I feel like I’ve seen this somewhere

Tom Mock (@thomas_mock; 120): @polesasunder Maybe @apreshill ’s Summer of Blogdown? > https://t.co/9DZ5wYj6pW

Benjamin Wolfe (@BenjaminWolfe; 112): More #hugodown adventures… > I love #bootstrap formatting for #knitr output so so much. Works beautifully in #blogdown as outlined by @grrrck in his 2019 post. > But it does use the #rmarkdown::html_document, and #hugodown (by design) knits to markdown. 🤔 > https://t.co/emOxl6lDGJ

R posts you might have missed! (@icymi_r; 84): ✍️🖥🎨 “How to show errors in R-code in an blogdown article • https://t.co/dKFhe5qdyb" > 👤rstats tips @rstats_tips > https://t.co/sP1qbR2wPR #rstats

Dom DF (@Domenic_DF; 65): My less techical blog post on Bayesian statistics. I’ve had to change the link after some #blogdown updates. > #bayes #RStats #phdchat #AcademicTwitter > https://t.co/c1ar3bTlo2

Jae Yeon Kim (@JaeJaeykim2; 50): Dear Twitter R fam. So far, I’ve used {blogdown} for my website and {pagedown} for my resume. Then, how easy would be for me to write a book using {bookdown}? Have anyone gone through that transition?

Sébastien Rochette (@StatnMap; 41): @chrisderv @gartn001 @rstudio @xieyihui And for code folding, do you know? 😋 https://t.co/NqCM7aEMRT

Fernando A Zepeda H (@fazepher; 41): I’m excited about my new personal project! > https://t.co/0yrBzyUNJT > I’m starting a blog/personal site made with #blogdown. Thanks to @LucyStats @NicholasStrayer for their tutorial. Hopefully, I’ll share with you interesting and useful posts on statistics and #RStats.

Benjamin Wolfe (@BenjaminWolfe; 41): Great #git tip from @jasonrudolph. > Stuck in merge hell? Need to merge in just certain files? > (Maybe in #rstats #blogdown where you need to snag the .Rmd or config files + the rest is auto-generated.) > git checkout target_branch path/to/file.Rmd 💥 > https://t.co/vY4lpxMCRn

Philipp Gärtner (@gartn001; 31): @chrisderv @rstudio @xieyihui Juhu, great things to come: ~ scrollytelling and ~ hide / show codechunks in #hugo #blogdown #rmarkdown 🙏

Benjamin Wolfe (@BenjaminWolfe; 24): #rstats world: > Anybody have examples of #blogdown posts or other #rmarkdown work done on #COVID19 data? > I’m doing kind of a proof-of-concept presentation on markdown for reproducibility + knowledge sharing, and have been asked if there’s anything on COVID for a sidebar.

Felipe Mattioni Maturana (@felipe_mattioni; 21): alright, so today I was feeling a little adventurous and decided to update my website using the amazing introduction theme by @victoriadotdev modifying the hugo layout a little bit.. it turns out it worked! 🔗https://t.co/axn8dXgWY6 #rstats #blogdown

Benjamin Wolfe (@BenjaminWolfe; 21): And quick on the heels of my post… > Have an #rstats #blogdown or #hugodown website? Are you filling out the “summary” in the headers of your posts? > If not, it’ll randomly use the first 135 characters of your post. And if that’s a TOC… man is it ugly. > Use your summaries! https://t.co/3q1OOOBNy8 https://t.co/PJKGE4fote

Dan Carpenter (@drdcarpenter; 21): I have finally managed to sort out my personal website, built in #rstats and #blogdown. The profile picture is very 2020 lockdown hair! Find it at https://t.co/lpJxOBhnMv

タナカケンタ (@tanakafreelance; 20): Jupyter NotebookもRにおけるbookdown, blogdownパッケージと同じようにしてWebサイト化できるんですね。|Books with Jupyter https://t.co/wtFzo4GGuv

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 12): Error with both blogdown:new_site() and New Project > website using blogdown #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/pnD81XlZ0A

Hugh Manatee … Who was that masked man? (@znmeb; 10): @asmae_toumi Yeah, Distill’s easy with blogdown.

Joachim Schork (@JoachimSchork; 10): @iamericfletcher Awesome! Could you tell why you have chosen blogdown and Hugo for your blog? I’m using wordpress and for me it’s the perfect fit. So I’m wondering if there are even better alternatives :)

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): Blogdown Academic-group theme not rendering in RStudio local Viewer #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/MXfDBsTHYV


Thea Knowles (@theaknowles; 866249): 👀 upcoming @rstudio release will have Word processor-like features for editing markdown documents built in. This is HUGE. #rstats 🤯 https://t.co/Ul2tOBykdg > Saw this when I stumbled on @xieyihui et al’s new (draft) #rmarkdown cookbook - the BEST treat. 👩‍🍳https://t.co/rWU9bOH710 https://t.co/fZKru4R5SN

R posts you might have missed! (@icymi_r; 4915): 📚 “Data Science with R • A Resource Compendium” > 👤 Martin Monkman @monkmanmh > https://t.co/iPJTdYFp47 #rstats https://t.co/KEAiLhIoNu

Geko1100 (@geko1100; 716): Free Book: A Practical Approach for Predictive Models #BigData #Analytics #DataScience #AI #MachineLearning #IoT #IIoT #Python #RStats #DL #ML #CloudComputing #Serverless #DataScientist #Programming #Coding #100DaysOfCode #books #COURSES #DEVCommunity > https://t.co/HQDKufZWuI

Gina That’s Quite Close Enough Gi 🖖🏾 (@TheGinaGi; 50): @melaniesage I accept your challenge. I will find a way to work this into my paper. > And I agree with @dev7saxena. I tell people I came for the stats, stayed for the community. > Of course, I’ll help out as much as I can. Gotta start revamping my Bookdown presentation for my social workers.

Felipe Campelo (@campelotimal; 41): Very good recommendations (a bit old, but still excellent) from the awesome @kareem_carr. I would add Jake VanderPlas’ Python Data Science Handbook (https://t.co/nBOgG0nGn4) and Roger Peng’s R Programming for Data Science (https://t.co/zXgCV5eqLY) - both are excellent and free! https://t.co/8uBG0dztIO

Christophe Dervieux (@chrisderv; 40): @Mayacelium @marlygotti @hadleywickham Cool ! Can we add the books to https://t.co/rE0xa0vXYn ?

Christophe Dervieux (@chrisderv; 40): @yoniceedee @krlmlr @FrederikAust Current list of included knitr engine. Some external software are required obviously. https://t.co/bBKOEW5xIR > For diagrams, you can also extend thanks to other 📦 https://t.co/SrHPLdr9yC

Dragonfly Data Science (@dflydsci; 40): @keith_ng The excellent Statistical Rethinking by @rlmcelreath has been translated into BRMS if you need examples https://t.co/q1aywNw9Qt

Chase Clark (@ChasingMicrobes; 32): #rstats #rmarkdown #bookdown Anyone ever diff pdf outputs for review? What do you use?

Gjalt-Jorn Peters (@matherion; 31): Hey #Rstats community - those of you writing #bookdown books: do you have a Continuous Integration set-up to build different git branches on every push? > I want a ~stable production version to deploy to @gitlab GitLab pages, but I also want to see my dev branch built somewhere…

Matthew Ross (he/him) (@MagicalSystems; 30): Some analysis needs for this paper inspired be to work on my current project, which I am super excited to share soon. Nothing too crazy (% cumulative mining for most of Appalachia), but the approach is exciting. For all those who said “what’s bookdown?” More to come! https://t.co/BE9aIGVVX2

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 22): pagination in bookdown #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/y6akYIpkyl

Christophe Dervieux (@chrisderv; 20): @damien_dupre @yoniceedee @krlmlr @FrederikAust @javierluraschi Yes ! It is a great package. Already mentioned in other packages part. We only choose to develop one. https://t.co/J7zkxBa9k6

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 12): Code chunk works in R markdown file interactively, but not when I "build book" with bookdown #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/JZ4U1tqdFP

TAKEbayesHI (@psycle44; 11): これ使ってみてよさそうだったらTWSにも取り込むべきか、どうしよう。daily build版の機能だけど、yihuiのbookdownに反映されてるからいけそうだよね。 https://t.co/xnhmG3FZzZ

ironman (@hommedefer3; 11): bookdown沼すぎてなので諦める。

Christophe Dervieux (@chrisderv; 10): @TiffanyTimbers ☺️ you’re welcome ! Always happy that my answer are still useful after some times ! > 🤦🏻‍♂️ and this was a great example for a recipe I forgot to include in the next Rmarkdown cookbook. But you’ll find plenty of others 😉 https://t.co/nu8JV9T9kf

Benjamin Brown (@benjamincwbrown; 10): @tjohnhos @arun_bassoon @ryankeleti I’ve been having some fun with (https://t.co/InoA4Fv0QK) w/ Rmarkown to both html & PDF (uses MathJax though instead of Katex). There is a demo of the html it produces here https://t.co/ogz931Si8N. My favourite thing about it is I know how to use latex macros with it❤️

David Nield (@DRNield; 10): @JaeJaeykim2 As far as I’m aware, bookdown is great for e-publishing because the HTML support is great, but it might not be ideal for working with traditional publishers (where they won’t want your file in Rmd, TeX, or PDF format, they may want just plaintext XML or something).

David R. Feinberg, PhD (@davidrfeinberg; 10): @theaknowles @Laserhedvig @rstudio @xieyihui I don’t know. There’s Jamovi already for that. This is for word processing. I know alot of people use bookdown and such, so it’s probably good for them, but they’re also probably advanced users.

Andrew Newman (@epiNewman; 10): @disadwing @HPneuro If you write in simple Rmarkdown it can be converted to html, word or pdf (LaTeX) using the bookdown framework 👍. https://t.co/1gClpdM20Q

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): Where is the Data Stored for Knitr Tables Generated in Bookdown? #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/tqeBKofXpC

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): Code chunk works in R markdown file interactively, but not when I “build book” with bookdown #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/P0XgMYGksy

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): Shiny app in bookdown book: iframe or link #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/fwAvnhWlls

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): Code chunk works in R markdown file interactively, but not when I “build book” with bookdown #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/FVZqupFlGu

Yedomon Ange Bovys ZOCLANCLOUNON (@AngeBovys27; 0/1): Data Science with R: A Resource Compendium https://t.co/JONRtXQ2ZO #rmarkdown #bookdown


Christophe Dervieux (@chrisderv; 66639): I am so excited to start a new journey with @rstudio ! 😃 From today, I’ll be working directly with @xieyihui on #rmarkdown, #knitr and friends ! 🎉 Great things to come ! 😉

Mikhail Popov (@bearloga; 363): Just published a blog post in which I re-write the knitr engine for @mcmc_stan to use CmdStanR instead of RStan, with support for caching the compiled executables: https://t.co/r7ofEySibE > Created and used the engine in the same R Markdown document that I wrote the blog post in. https://t.co/Ry7WfRcZqe

Mikhail Popov (@bearloga; 323): 🎉 New in {CmdStanR} 0.1.1: replacement knitr engine for @mcmc_stan chunks in R Markdown documents. See vignette for example: https://t.co/zsPgJdshnp > 👏🏻 Shoutout to maintainers Jonah Gabry & Rok Češnovar for a super positive code review experience with the pull request for this. https://t.co/njfmfzvPip

Mikhail Popov (@bearloga; 294): What’s funny to me is the progression: 1. being silly by making a SymPy engine 2. JD: “whoa you can make your own knitr engines?” 3. Me: “yup, here’s how. You can even rewrite the Stan one” 4. Good idea, I should prolly write a blog post 5. Oh this works, I should contribute it https://t.co/UAwSa2f5qb

Mohamed Yusuf (@epi_afro; 41): This is definitely Yuuuge! > That table feature just solved my dilemma of creating text-heavey tables in knitr/latex/markdown. > Can we just applaud @xieyihui for the great #rstats resources he keeps on churning out? 👏🏾 https://t.co/AxWIqler7g

gvdr (@ipnosimmia; 31): A {knitr} engine for Julia. > Do we have it already? > Uuuh, the side project I want to have and I absolutely should not have any other side projects categorically no nope not, what do you mean you found a way of squeezing in a 27hours a day? https://t.co/oSJAtfmzH6

Gustavo Vital (@gustavoovital; 30): @luangcandido @IanVazAraujo Eu só modifiquei a classe da ABNTex. Montar uma no Markdown deve dar MUITO trabalho, melhor compilar com o knitr mesmo

Dr. Timothée Poisot (@tpoi; 30): @ipnosimmia I like Weave a lot, which is not a knitr engine, but uses much of the same syntax. It’s doing caching well, and uses sandboxing to make sure nothing from the doc interacts with Main

Mikhail Popov (@bearloga; 20): Posted this rather late last night around midnight so ICYMI (likely) I rewrote the built-in engine for Stan chunks to use {CmdStanR} instead of {RStan} with support for caching the executables to avoid re-compiling whenever R Markdown doc is knit/rendered: https://t.co/r7ofEySibE

Christophe Dervieux (@chrisderv; 20): @yoniceedee @krlmlr @FrederikAust Indeed the list is dynamic and depends on package loaded 😆 📝 to myself: create a curated list of 📦 including knitr engine! Thank you for the idea.

Jonathan Leslie (@jlesliedata; 11): TIL: Using pairs of emdashes (“—“) to create a long dash (“–”) in .Rmd files can corrupt knitting: knitr thinks that some first-level chapter headings are missing. I guess it interprets the emdash as a yaml header? Happy to be corrected if my understanding is wrong! #rstats

Nathan Rutenbeck (@anywillowbrook; 10): @bearloga @mcmc_stan Just came across your blog post on this, and thought you would want to know there is an important typo - the call in the post is different than the package function - package function: register_knitr_engine() vs in your post: register_knit_engine(). > Thanks! So excited for this!

Miles McBain (@MilesMcBain; 10): Both on texlive 2020, on windows, with same versions of knitr, rmarkdown etc… both have run tlmgr update –all

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): How to fix inconsistent display of plot in pdf and html generated by knitr #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/B2NhYh317D

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): How can I load a keras model into a Rmarkdown file and predict within the knitr? #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/qL8td7bnFW

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): knitr kable formatting cell text as ordered list #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/IT7QH5WJ0H


Miles McBain (@MilesMcBain; 162): WE GOT IT! Colleague had run tinytex::install_yihui_packages() and I had not. This installs ‘parskip’ which pandoc looks for but does not complain about if not present: > Link via @anthonyjlnorth: https://t.co/xz8shZEZPm

Miles McBain (@MilesMcBain; 30): and sorry that’s tinytex:::install_yihui_packages() - it’s not an exported method.

Miles McBain (@MilesMcBain; 10): @EmRstats No he uses Tinytex as well. He has just installed a few packages manually that he likes with tlmgr.

Miles McBain (@MilesMcBain; 10): @EmRstats Yeah I’m not a LaTex user and he is and I think it I will come down to something like that. Some hidden profile file carrying a setting. I’m just rolling whatever {tinytex} gives me.

anarinsk (@anarinsk; 10): 오늘 하루 휴가. 집에서 놀면서 TeX을 컴파일 해봤다. 일단 TeXLive 깔기는 너무 고난해서 패스 ㅎㅎㅎ Overleaf라는 클라우드 서비스가 있지만 이것도 어딘가 모르게 구려서 패스. RStudio에서 제공하는 TinyTeX으로 안되는 게 없더라… 슬픈 건 이제 LaTeX을 쓸 일이 없다, 마… ㅎ


R posts you might have missed! (@icymi_r; 9732): ✍️ “Your Slides are So Extra! | Extra-Special Presentations with xaringanExtra” > 👤 aden_buie(“garrick”) @grrrck > https://t.co/Gq5g5NMlqJ #rstats https://t.co/k0VfbVTisV

Ihaddaden M. EL Fodil (@moh_fodil; 3811): well well well, you can now draw when teaching with {xaringan} using the {fabricerin} package. A huge thanks to @grrrck for his contribution ! > DISCLAIMER: I was using the touch pad, not ideal I agree. > https://t.co/ClFzecNN9d > #rstats https://t.co/6wWTWuJg87

Sharla Gelfand (@sharlagelfand; 360): writing a talk in xaringan which means @grrrck’s blog is google now

Sharla Gelfand (@sharlagelfand; 174): just cut out the middle man https://t.co/qW5NMYZ1b6

Keith McNulty (@dr_keithmcnulty; 158): Did you know that in the awesome {xaringan} package for #rmarkdown presentations you can not only highlight code, but you can also highlight output? #rstats #r4ds #datascience #analytics https://t.co/nXIskGWS0v

kazutan (@kazutan; 144): 私は社内Rユーザー2名と一緒に、(記事には入ってないですが)xaringanをベースにしたcorporate colorのRmdテンプレートパッケージを作成しました。 久々にR Developmentできて楽しかったです。 https://t.co/82wxIyhHie

disgraça (@allefds; 50): É xaringan que vcs querem? https://t.co/Mcc6V6oPhv

Ajay Koli (@dalitdata; 32): Is it possible to bring-in r console in the of #xaringan slides? #rstats

Ihaddaden M. EL Fodil (@moh_fodil; 11): @GueyeNono @jfernandez__ @timelyportfolio I’ve tested it on xaringan slides and unfortunately it’s not working. I’ll try to find a way to fix that.

Nono Gueye (@GueyeNono; 10): @jfernandez__ @timelyportfolio @moh_fodil Will this work with xaringan slides given that they are rmarkdwon based? I have been looking for a way to draw on my slides for a while now.

aden_buie(“garrick”) (@grrrck; 10): @bjoosterhoff @icymi_r Oh yeah, the slide source is here! https://t.co/GAaJFnIXYZ

Dr. Ryan ‘Person Woman Man Camera TV’ Straight (@RyanStraight; 10): I adore this. Talk about #a11y! And you could even play a song on it. 😅 > Make your Xaringan slide deck play a tone on a slide change: https://t.co/wjd0IuesKI > Thank you, @grrrck!

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): Using street map and street view side by side in a xaringan slide #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/OCcNDoqiMx

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): Using street map and street view side by side in a xaringan slide #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/iaw0Ezalkn


Stacey Hancock (@staceystats; 51): How did I not know about this option to make links open in a new browser window in #rmarkdown? Thanks, @rudeboybert and @xieyihui! https://t.co/uOnbAqJU97

Tyler Smith (@sedgeboy; 44): TIL #rmarkdown supports dozens of languages, not just #rstats. Not quite as seamless as #emacs #orgmode, but you can mix #bash, #python, #awk etc in one document > https://t.co/lJxpnZhfP8

cmdline_tips (@cmdline_tips; 22): from time to time I end up at @xieyihui’s very powerful blog post https://t.co/6Sm0oJn1qb #rstats

Tokhir Dadaev (@zx8754; 20): @data_question This post by @xieyihui settled it for me back in 2014. > https://t.co/a9dVeMms6O

Henry Wang (@henrywangnl; 10): @saganutrients Hey! The code is here: https://t.co/UtAM6nDJUf > It’s inspired from @xieyihui’s post: https://t.co/oWFlaLqVJW

Data Science Question A Day (@data_question; 0/1): since u hv used require, u will get an error saying func object doesn’t exist, unlike library which will tell u tht pkg doesn’t exist. > More on this: https://t.co/ToocmSRjOW Even more discussion on this: https://t.co/5BiyV8ZxWk > #rstats #datascience #programming