Ridiculously excited that after graduating I will be joining the Shiny team at RStudio! Dedicating my full effort to expanding and maintaining the #rstats tools that have given me so much is a dream come true. https://t.co/bzGOvtrY3z



Nick Strayer (@NicholasStrayer; 70316): Ridiculously excited that after graduating I will be joining the Shiny team at RStudio! Dedicating my full effort to expanding and maintaining the #rstats tools that have given me so much is a dream come true. https://t.co/bzGOvtrY3z

Jakub Nowosad (@jakub_nowosad; 607125): Bivariate color palettes are used to present the values of two variables simultaneously 🎨. However, how to select the best bivariate color palette to use for your map? > I try to answer this question in a blog post at https://t.co/rf9KdbDvts. > #rspatial #map #cartography #rstats https://t.co/9TykV4aKsY

Insane (@TheInsaneApp; 408225): 😱 Augmented Reality will change the way we study Math > #theinsaneapp #Mathematics #ML #AI #MachineLearning #DataScience #rstats #100DaysOfMLCode #javascript #reactjs #serverless #WomenWhoCode #Linux #100DaysOfCode #python #programming #deeplearning #AugmentedReality https://t.co/nqmheWDTlx

Dr. Jean Fan (@JEFworks; 37289): Interested in trying out dynamic #singlecell #RNAvelocity analysis via scvelo Python package @VolkerBergen @fabian_theis @falexwolf but want to stay in #Rstats like me? Check out my #bioinformatics tutorial for using scvelo from within R using reticulate: https://t.co/EnCwN2u9fw https://t.co/fQTzw2EQLm

Dominic Royé (@dr_xeo; 27382): Ciencia es arte. Las venas azules de la Tierra. #rstats #arte https://t.co/uKPIlrFs7u

Ian Flores Siaca (@iflores_siaca; 26711): More than happy to announce that I’ll be joining @rstudio this October as a Solutions Engineer!! > I’m excited and eager to be able to keep contributing to the #rstats community and doing meaningful work in a place that values diversity, horizontality and empathy. > 🇵🇷🖤🇵🇷

Hadley Wickham (@hadleywickham; 26666): We are working on a new implementation of the pipe for the next magrittr release. It: > 1) has cleaner backtraces 2) is much faster 3) works lazily > Our analysis and testing suggest it should be a drop in replacement for >99.9% of code but we need your help testing it! #rstats https://t.co/2fVFvttsZD

Dr. Ganapathi Pulipaka (@gp_pulipaka; 171120): Huge List of Free #DataScience & #Python eBooks. #BigData #Analytics #IoT #IIoT #PyTorch #Python #RStats #TensorFlow #Java #JavaScript #ReactJS #GoLang #CloudComputing #Serverless #DataScientist #Linux #Mathematics #Programming #Coding #100DaysofCode https://t.co/tmTKcyISep https://t.co/nRmsGQ6oKn

Dr. Ganapathi Pulipaka (@gp_pulipaka; 102110): Books for Data Science and #DataVisualization. #BigData #Analytics #DataScience #IoT #IIoT #Python #RStats #TensorFlow #Java #JavaScript #ReactJS #CloudComputing #Serverless #DataScientist #Linux #Books #Mathematics #Programming #Coding #100DaysofCode https://t.co/OpVVER6Zbm https://t.co/XF1CMe9PYE


Andrés Arau (@AndresArau; 93): Using the #rmarkdown package for a non-painful CV update process: I now keep my CV, in .html & .pdf, up to date programmatically. > No more formatting in MS word! > Thanks, @xieyihui for all the open documentation!! > Post: https://t.co/db9yVsQVFF > #rstats #blogdown

Alexander Mackiel (@ajmackiel; 81): I just created my academic website using the #blogdown package in R and, hosted through @github and @Netlify: https://t.co/uG8A3VysNh

Brian Heseung Kim (@brhkim; 61): Stata doesn’t actively hold these frontiers back, sure, but it has no where near the community momentum that #rstats does with things like #tidytuesday, R Markdown, blogdown, Docker integration, the ggplot team, etc.

Blas Benito (@BlasBenito; 50): Setting a webpage with R + blogdown + hugo + github + netlify is fun until it is not. Moreso if one wants to go beyond the default design.

Ehouman Evans (@ehoumanevans; 42): Thanks to @xieyihui , @ProQuesAsker, @apreshill with their very awesome Blogdown. When I was fill a form and I saw asked for personal webpage, as a plant scientist, it was as if I was told to slove Navier-Stokes equation. But now it easy with Blogdown. https://t.co/B6PTO0SxTR

Dustin Fife (@dustinfife; 32): #rstats peeps, I’m looking to create a new medium for markdown. There’s rmarkdown (R + markdown), bookdown (books + markdown, and blogdown (blogs + markdown). It MUST be called smackdown, but I don’t know what I’d be combining with markdown. Ideas?

Oscar Baruffa 🇿🇦🇳🇱📊 (@OscarBaruffa; 22): Dear #rstats #bookdown peeps :) (previous tweet said blogdown, my bad! > I’ve got 100 html links in an an RMD, and I want each to open in a new tab when clicked, do I have to add ){target=“blank} to each one or is there a global setting to do this?

nakamichi (@nakamichi; 20): 結局メモはblogdownで書いてgithubに置いておくのがいい気がしてきた.

Dr. J. A. Romo 👨🏽‍🔬 🍄 🦠 (@CandidaScience; 20): @iprophage I used blogdown and hugo!

Taras Kaduk (@taraskaduk; 10): @apreshill @thomas_mock Quick question: how active is distill? I got very interested in it after Tom’s blog post, but I wonder if it is high on radar or am I better off sticking to HUGO and blogdown which might be more tended to? And was there any traction to the idea of merging distill and blogdown?

Glyn Mottershead (@glynmottershead; 10): @martinjc @voxmjw I use blogdown in RStudio, a wrapper for Hugo

Jonatan Pallesen (@jonatanpallesen; 10): @joelwatsonfish That’s what I do currently. Although Im thinking of moving it all to blogdown. People can comment on Twitter.

Jonatan Pallesen (@jonatanpallesen; 10): @joelwatsonfish I like the blogdown design I use. It doesn’t have comments though.

Roland Schmidt (@zoowalk; 10): @CedScherer @joepope44 @canva Many thanks for sharing this (and all your other posts)! The PDF -> PNG -> import steps, do you define them in your rmd/blogdown script or is this something u do ‘manually’? Still looking for optimal workflow… Would be great to get plots directly rendered as vector graph in rmd

Joseph W Pope (@joepope44; 10): @CedScherer @canva If I’m using .rmd for blogdown, what are the best options to display a plot in vector format? Knit the chunk output to svg or something?

Steve Tornes (@Steve_Tornes; 10): @vb_jens Will do I got a few different options to check out I had completely forgotten about blogdown

Jens von Bergmann (@vb_jens; 10): @Steve_Tornes blogdown

Mikhail Popov (@bearloga; 10): @taraskaduk +1! When I moved my blog from Squarespace to Netlify I had to manually convert every post to a Markdown/Rmarkdown file in {blogdown} so I totally did the “does this blog post spark joy?” KonMari method in that move process.

Kerry B. (@kerry_benjamin1; 0/2): Hey #rstats folks who have blogdown websites, I’m getting a recaptcha failed message when I want to test the contact form on my website. Where should I look to fix this? https://t.co/mwoOZRh0sB


Statistician (@AnasBafaqeeh; 39377): نسخ مجانية لمجموعة كبيرة من كتب الاحصاء وعلم البيانات ولغة R …. متاحة لقراءتها أونلاين > https://t.co/BZanIs2nkj > جميع هذه الكتب كتبت باستخدام حزمة bookdown في لغة R والتي تسهل عملية كتابة الكتب والمقالات/التقارير الطويلة باستخدام R Markdown > من أبرز الكتب المتوفرة 👇👇 https://t.co/me0nTwBmtD

Solomon Kurz (@SolomonKurz; 29669): The 0.0.3 version of my translation of the second edition of @rlmcelreath’s “Statistical rethinking” into #brms and the #tidyverse is up! > https://t.co/8elgCVrhAA > 19

vicks (@_vicks__; 18516): Estoy usando este material teórico por si a alguien le sirve https://t.co/GV7Nd9lE0S

Yachen Liu (@Blankwonder; 515): 本书由 bookdown 工具编译而成,感谢这么优秀的软件。@RStudio @xieyihui 英文版由 DeepL 翻译后修订而成,极大的减少了双语撰写的工作量。@DeepLcom 感谢 @RioJot 和 @luinlee 协助校对。

R posts you might have missed! (@icymi_r; 184): 📚 “Data Science con R” > 👤 Mg. Daniel Paredes Inilupu > https://t.co/hgsxbB7VaQ #rstats

Tomoharu Mori (@tomo_econ; 141): bookdownで雰囲気はできました。中身はぐしゃぐしゃなので、これから整理していきます。 https://t.co/JBDpUEuO6k

R posts you might have missed! (@icymi_r; 136): 📦 “gitdown • Turn Your Git Commit Messages Into A Bookdown” > 👤 Sébastien Rochette @StatnMap; Girard Cervan @CervanGirard > https://t.co/TwgnnONWEK #rstats https://t.co/NPt52vIlM1

Mine Çetinkaya-Rundel (@minebocek; 100): Highlights include > - new layout with bookdown - new lessons w/ slide decks & application exercises - improved labs & homework assignments - more detail on student projects & collaboration on @GitHub - updated dsbox package w/ datasets & learnr tutorials: https://t.co/S8acKiP19x https://t.co/82oM8WF1vy

Rob Heirene (@RHeirene; 92): Finally learning to use #RMarkdown — what a game changer for making reproducible reports of findings and summaries of your analysis process #openscience > The definitive R Markdown guide: https://t.co/OEl6x1pBiI https://t.co/ejjLpNbi3v

Rob Heirene (@RHeirene; 61): This extract from “YaRrr! The Pirate’s Guide to R“ (https://t.co/8mskwne8OM) perfectly encapsulates the experience of learning #rstats:

#AcademicChatter https://t.co/vOQc3Q8vjm

Maria Antoniak (@maria_antoniak; 53): A wonderful resource for understanding how to plot and test Likert scale data. > https://t.co/Wr5UPAzHsU

Sergio Garcia Mora (@sergiogarciamor; 50): @thomas_mock @renatagerecke I’m sorry but the best learning dataset is pirates that comes with the yarrr package: Some variables are: - beard length - number of parrots - favorite pirate - favorite pixar movie > And has a My Little Pony color palette @YaRrrBook https://t.co/zTXLBuA8Bt

We are R-Ladies (@WeAreRLadies; 50): I contributed (a little) to the course, but it really helped me learn to use {bookdown} and get some more experience with git. > Have you made an online course using R? What has feedback from students been? How has it helped you learn?

Tomoharu Mori (@tomo_econ; 41): RMarkdownの文書(卒業論文のためのR入門)が長くなりすぎてきたので、今日はBookdownを勉強してみようと思う。https://t.co/7lmWB2m0pf

Erick Hernández (@DasZOneInk; 30): Engineering Production-Grade Shiny Apps https://t.co/Ir2JXoDQcB #rmarkdown #bookdown

Marcus Birkenkrahe (@birkenkrahe; 30): Lots of material for teaching introductory #datascience, a neat approach, full #bookdown and a paper to back it up - will use this “data science in a box” that I just discovered, by @minebocek https://t.co/6kvvvYa7Po

Adam H. Sparks (@adamhsparks; 30): @LarryMattYork @antonwasson @marcusdgriff @overleaf If you use RMarkdown, rticles is very slick too. > https://t.co/3wffLO2lII

David Wolfson (@dwwolfson; 30): Better Bibtex + Zotero + Citr + Bookdown=Awesome!!! #suckitMicrosoftWord #phdchat https://t.co/wEG56iQwr8

Jonah Gelbach (@gelbach; 30): @CoreyRYung @Andrew___Baker Check out bookdown?

Yiqing Qian (@april_yqq; 30): It made my day to find this gem (an applied #Statistics textbook available to ALL learners) before bedtime although I haven’t found the answer to my original question 😆 https://t.co/wBLcT7mDq3 #AcademicChatter #remotelearning #RStats

𝙳𝚊𝚟𝚒𝚍 𝚁𝚎𝚒𝚗𝚜𝚝𝚎𝚒𝚗 (@GivingTools; 23): @lakens @OpenStax Building #bookdown open-access webbook for my MSc microeconomics teaching. > Drawing heavily from @OpenBookPublish https://t.co/OOop9QWAsk @ArielRubinstein & Osborne. > Also from … ->

Anna Weinstein (@annapurna82; 22): A family friend wanted to collect some of his writings on his work with Dissociative Identity Disorder. Using the power of #bookdown I helped him publish this free resource. May it find those who need this support. Thanks @xieyihui #RStats https://t.co/movP5T27qO

Jacob Kaplan (@JacobKaplan19; 21): @jnixy @Aaron_Horowitz @rstudio @DeanObermark What about something like this >

res <- knitr::knit_child('child.Rmd', quiet = TRUE)
cat(res, sep = '\n')

from @xieyihui’s book chapter here https://t.co/itr0J0JrJl

Rob Heirene (@RHeirene; 20): @acurriculumnerd @jamovistats Also, this image from “YaRrr! The Pirate’s Guide to R“ (https://t.co/8mskwne8OM) seems relevant here (see definition of SPSS): https://t.co/iCQ3Kz4Pf3

Matthew Hendrickson (@mjhendrickson; 20): @CoulSim @JennyBryan Thanks - the whole bookdown is great!

Damien Dupré (@damien_dupre; 20): @annaahaieva @rstatstweet ?s indicate that your bib references haven’t been found. First thing is to check that the link to your bib file in your YAML is correct. then, I would use [@2017Ebog] instead of \citet{2017Ebog} (see https://t.co/ic6i7ywUAQ for examples) but maybe it’s different with sweave

AllisonInGalway (@AllisonInGalway; 20): @acurriculumnerd @brock_dsl recommended this book https://t.co/Mf1dwGgH0f for use with R Studio. They also do a free courses on R which I found easy to follow.

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 12): Math expressions don’t show when whole book is rendered but work when only one chapter is rendered in bookdown #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/HhLReD3tXL

Blair Fix (@blair_fix; 12): @BichlerNitzan A shout-out to @xieyihui for creating the #bookdown package. I used it to make the Capital as Power ebook. It’s a joy to use. Bookdown allows you to make html, epub and pdf in one go. > Check it out here: > https://t.co/xdipldIo0u

Scott Cohn (@ScottCohn97; 10): @dandekadt @simondhalliday See here for option (1) https://t.co/eep5KITvOI and here for (2) https://t.co/TFr9T21OAI

Viet Hung Nguyen Hoang (@HHVNguyen; 10): @BreznauNate @SociumBremen @SFB1342 @BIGSSS_Bremen https://t.co/btHCOBLqOR > We can circle this around as well. A very succinct and informative beginner’s guide to text analysis.

Viet Hung Nguyen Hoang (@HHVNguyen; 10): Just learned about this new R package, called bookdown, a few days ago. In short, it allows authors to write books, especially technical books, using R Markdown’s syntaxes and export to various formats. Looks pretty impressive at first glance! @BreznauNate https://t.co/hFUVoQpu1a

Nate Breznau (@BreznauNate; 10): @HHVNguyen Another way to prepare for the Quanteda course (https://t.co/jw8kSlKAN7) Rumors are true. It’s happening Sept. 30th to Oct. 2nd. @SociumBremen @SFB1342 @BIGSSS_Bremen. Official email coming soon.

Dexter H Locke (@DextraordinaryH; 10): @chbergma @rstatstweet meta::forest() looks nice > https://t.co/brJRywUddD > but I’m not sure it can handle two categorical values..

100% That Enby (@EmRstats; 10): @JJ_Borrelli @rstatstweet Reading through some more of the documentation, maybe they kind of work now…? Will definitely research some more as some serious differences between Bookdown and Rmd. > Had been intending to use it already because this work breaks down quite well as I am dissecting a book.

はたむ (@gg_hatano; 10): なるほど https://t.co/GS30s3bvh8

Tom Guest (@tom_guest; 10): @hannahpugh Tried bookdown? Write in R/markdown and output to whatever formats you like: https://t.co/yhf0OS8JC2

Dym Sohin ✍️💡 (@dym_sh; 10): @pfrazee R already has some production-ready potential: https://t.co/497ikFq27S

TAG (@TAGelozin; 10): 3.5 Prediction intervals | Forecasting: Principles and Practice https://t.co/HsX80CMYQY #rmarkdown #bookdown

lisa lendway (@lisalendway; 10): See this: https://t.co/PZG9ItWJZo and this: https://t.co/x6j4JaTtqi for more info.

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): How to set position of list of figure (lof) in R bookdown YAML #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/QFmeafzXpl

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): Bookdown not merging, causing problem with implicit links #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/kZdaUuqyYG

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): bookdown header #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/pB9jViPKdx

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): Bookdown preview_chapter #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/DLkRX9CpIq

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): Is there a way to use latex expression of chemarr for gitbook format of bookdown package? #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/M4fkPqozEZ

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): Multipage bookdown into article #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/tZWoaYLxkT

𝙳𝚊𝚟𝚒𝚍 𝚁𝚎𝚒𝚗𝚜𝚝𝚎𝚒𝚗 (@GivingTools; 0/1): Can #github.io pages be seen behind the #greatfirewall of China? Are there any tips? I’m trying to host a #bookdown that Chinese students can see, served through Github. @xieyihui maybe you have ideas?

Kike Ledesma (@kikeledesmanet; 0/1): #Estadística y #MachineLearning con #R Métodos de clasificación https://t.co/EzA0BQqcAT #AI #Statistics #DataScience #Analytics #Classification #Regression


Dr. Kate Storrs (@katestorrs; 194): Very cool! Being able to regenerate the whole paper, with figures and stats values, at the click of a button is the gold standard of reliable scientific reporting (as @tsawallis convinced me years ago with his R knitr manuscripts!). https://t.co/mXq3bXWGM6

Hao Zhu (@haozhu233; 120): 3. I also added a kbl function as a wrapper of the knitr::kable function with better documentations on its latex arguments. :P

Jeffrey Girard (@jeffreymgirard; 30): @a_wiglesworth Time to use automatic table formatting (e.g., tidyverse + knitr in R).

Rabilu Ibrahim Muhammad (@RabiluIbrahimM1; 28): R1D27 > #100daysofcode Day 27 > Productivity tools > ✅ R markdown > ✅ KnitR

zoltan majdik (@zoltanmajdik; 11): @devon_cantwell @bowmanspartan I’m convinced that somewhere in the EULA, I promised the devil a chunk of my soul. > But seriously, I’m amazed by the generosity of the programmers that make this stuff available for free to us. knitr, pandoc, many more … can’t even wrap my head around how they make this work.

Jon Henner (@jmhenner; 10): @AthenaNeuro @DrGBuckingham I use KnitR and R instead of SPSS

Tim Churches (@timchurches; 10): @tylermorganwall We use gt to create lovely structured tables of all our AWS charges… (pull data from cost API via boto3 in python embedded in R via reticulate, untangle the JSON using tidyverse, render with gt, update daily and present in a knitr flexdashboard, works a treat).

1 de 33,000,000 que sobreviven en Megalópolis MX (@JeanMichelFleur; 10): @ivonneduran Gracias por compartir. Este es un recordatorio más para mi future self sobre la importancia de documentar mi código en R antes que olvide para que sirve. Justo ayer actualicé RStudio y desempolvé knitr minimal examples de @xieyihui para documentar código. > https://t.co/5Wg7GfOLXn https://t.co/bzVRC0andb

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): ! Undefined control sequence. with R/Rmarkdown/knitr #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/q1jdHkNbkv

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): Setting Working Directory using knitr #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/PHyiEMWPhi


Will Landau (@wmlandau; 20): @EmRstats @MilesMcBain There’s also the pdflatex() R function in Yihui’s tinytex package.


Andrew Heiss (@andrewheiss; 12018): Essential trick if you use xaringan: install @grrrck’s {xaringanExtra} and add this chunk to the beginning of your slides to get this nifty tile overview! (press “o” to see it; see for yourself here: https://t.co/07K2Crj2yE) #rstats https://t.co/DRcnchQggR

Sharla Gelfand (@sharlagelfand; 273): i always learn at least 🔟0️⃣0️⃣ new things from @apreshill - did you know you can name xaringan slides then navigate to them by name?! > especially a pleasure to witness in person (zoom) 🥰🤩 I might just be a distill convert too 🤠 https://t.co/7pnTKshNLF

Emma Vestesson (@Gummifot; 172): I really enjoyed giving this webinar. I learnt a lot about #tidyr preparing it as well as #xaringan. Love the thumbnail as well! https://t.co/0HTdixiZzf

Beatriz Milz (@BeaMilz; 140): Para quem usa xaringan, com a função xaringanExtra::use_logo() é possível adicionar esse hex-sticker maravilindo da R-Ladies (ou outros que você quiser) em todos os slides de forma fácil :) https://t.co/neH9LrdnSo https://t.co/QS0mSs8NJa

Vincent Arel-Bundock (@VincentAB; 40): @grrrck @andrewheiss Same! This and tachyons were game changers for me. They really cemented xaringan as my only presentation tool. I really appreciate your work on this stuff.

aden_buie(“garrick”) (@grrrck; 30): @SanchezTapiaA @BeaMilz @fredfribe I love this feature too! For R code you can also use a special comment #<< at the end of a line to highlight the line https://t.co/4D6xbN0cAJ https://t.co/886WkqZS75

Beatriz Milz (@BeaMilz; 30): @grrrck @andrewheiss I made a presentation for a meetup and used a lot of features from xaringanExtra. Thank you so much for all your work with new functions to use with xaringan (which is my fav package, so your work has been really helpful to me)!

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 22): Print xaringan slides with presenter notes #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/dn3VMJBvyQ

Maurício Vancine (@mauriciovancine; 20): @BeaMilz @FelipeSMBarros Aliás @BeaMilz, seria muito bacana se vc pudesse fazer uma live conosco para falar de RMarkdown, xaringan e todas essas coisas legais que vc manja =] > O que acha?

Grant McDermott (@grant_mcdermott; 20): @andrewheiss @grrrck xaringanExtra wishlist tweet > Obvi we can print to PDF using chromedown, but it would great if there was some way to annotate HTML slides. It’s the one downside of xaringan for teaching.

Vincent Arel-Bundock (@VincentAB; 20): @abhworthington @EvaMaeRey I’m teaching intro to R in 3 weeks. Intend to outline together for that. I’ve only played around and never used « in production yet ». Now that all my slides are xaringan, flipbook makes a ton of sense

Patrick Schratz (@pjs_228; 20): @grrrck @apreshill @andrewheiss Oh! 🎉 > My favorite is/was https://t.co/M8Kks15Gnm (PDF) but xaringan feat. by Garrick comes very close. And the potential is so much bigger bc HTML. > Maybe @grrrck even finds some more inspiration in impressive (e.g. zooming?)

Maurício Vancine (@mauriciovancine; 10): @BeaMilz @FelipeSMBarros Vixe… Rola terapia de xaringan? kkk

Beatriz Milz (@BeaMilz; 10): @fredfribe De nada! Se vc curte xaringan, alguém legal pra seguir é o @grrrck , ele é o criador do xaringanExtra e outros pacotes pra usar com xaringan também! https://t.co/LyaF15jo70

_celiomaciel (@XCelioMacielX; 10): @idolikecandys toma no cu kkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk não dá mano, nossa sala macaca tudo, e tem o xaringan todo dia falando que o Max tá ‘ viazando ’

Grant McDermott (@grant_mcdermott; 10): @andrew_leach @pbaylis Just hopped on a call, but one thing I’d say is use pagedown to print to Xaringan slides to PDF. https://t.co/jC4VwRWBzh > Not sure about direct slide opening (e.g. LaTeX/PDF uses ghostscript IIRC).

Shel 🇰🇪 (@Shel_Kariuki; 10): @JonTheGeek @hadleywickham @R4DScommunity Reminds me that I need to learn xaringan and prep material for chapter 4, for our book club, in the next 48 hours… 😭😭😭😭. Time is moving soooo fast.

Devin Judge-Lord (@JudgeLord; 10): @chagai_weiss @uwpolisci i just assumed xaringan

Guilherme Viana (@gvf_; 0/1): #RStats in xaringan you can keep/exclude slides using conditions - first, in a chunk, create a variable with the condition, then use it in the class ‘exclude’ > https://t.co/ytoMVXv6t6

Michael Flynn (@michael_e_flynn; 0/1): Xaringan is excellent. #rstats


Alison Presmanes Hill (@apreshill; 91): @datalorax_ Does this help? https://t.co/MsoaycGVyK

Alison Presmanes Hill (@apreshill; 90): @OscarBaruffa OK I may still know the answer. But only b/c of @xieyihui https://t.co/ae4iUigMjf

Michael Sumner (@mdsumner; 30): @underdarkGIS Also https://t.co/0FKpm0cRe2

Daniel Anderson (@datalorax_; 21): @1littlecoder Thanks! I think Alison found what I was looking for. https://t.co/LrF7vgaJXC