😱 Clear Demonstration of Reinforcement Learning #theinsaneapp #ML #AI #MachineLearning #rstats #100DaysOfMLCode #javascript #reactjs #serverless #WomenWhoCode #Linux #100DaysOfCode #python #programming #deeplearning #Coding #ArtificialIntelligence Credits: @DrIsaPantami https://t.co/1aO1ZTRA4M



Insane (@TheInsaneApp; 245195): 😱 Clear Demonstration of Reinforcement Learning > #theinsaneapp #ML #AI #MachineLearning #rstats #100DaysOfMLCode #javascript #reactjs #serverless #WomenWhoCode #Linux #100DaysOfCode #python #programming #deeplearning #Coding #ArtificialIntelligence > Credits: @DrIsaPantami https://t.co/1aO1ZTRA4M

Garrick Aden-Buie (@grrrck; 19036): I saw @coolbutuseless’s totally useful #rstats tip below for printing a calendar in the R console using a system util called cal and thought it’d be neat to recreate in R > https://t.co/I6qNZtCGPH https://t.co/k5b8HsJxZF https://t.co/zeoea1oJTn

Ahmadou Dicko (@dickoah; 18626): I’m so happy that my submission on humanitarian data science with #rstats was accepted for the next #rstudioconf Looking forward to discussing this topic and thanks @Shel_Kariuki for encouraging me

Andrew Heiss (@andrewheiss; 18031): Y’all, the {tidygeocoder} #rstats package by @JesseCambon makes geocoding addresses jaw-droppingly trivial! (h/t @asmae_toumi) (code here: https://t.co/LOv858tCbI) https://t.co/SR8Oy6VVrd

RStudio (@rstudio; 16654): R View’s “Top 40” New CRAN Packages - August 2020 146 new #rstats packages joined CRAN in Aug Check out R View’s top picks in Computational Methods, Genomics, Insurance, ML, Maths, Medicine, Time Series, Utilities, & Visualization https://t.co/yfc2juxrpS #rstats #DataScience https://t.co/dBnYsttlqx

Dr. Ganapathi Pulipaka (@gp_pulipaka; 130140): Bayesian Methods for Hackers. #BigData #Analytics #DataScience #AI #MachineLearning #CyberSecurity #IoT #IIoT #Python #RStats #JavaScript #ReactJS #CloudComputing #Serverless #DataScientist #Linux #Books #Mathematics #Programming #Coding #100DaysofCode https://t.co/9gzY1WqPWJ https://t.co/l3nhdc5cTW

Dr. Ganapathi Pulipaka (@gp_pulipaka; 120132): Multi-Core #MachineLearning in #Python With #ScikitLearn. #BigData #Analytics #DataScience #AI #IoT #IIoT #RStats #TensorFlow #Java #JavaScript #ReactJS #GoLang #CloudComputing #Serverless #DataScientist #Linux #Programming #Coding #100DaysofCode https://t.co/JyEYzfbhT2 https://t.co/mrk1ZMqpwS

Dr. Ganapathi Pulipaka (@gp_pulipaka; 116107): 5 Free Books To Take Your #DataScience Skills to The Next Level. #BigData #Analytics #IoT #IIoT #Python #RStats #TensorFlow #Java #JavaScript #ReactJS #CloudComputing #Serverless #DataScientist #Linux #Books #Programming #Coding #100DaysofCode https://t.co/KfH9fxU0Ex https://t.co/4L7UFrpLz7

Dr. Ganapathi Pulipaka (@gp_pulipaka; 95111): Computed Parameters in PyTorch - A Hack. #BigData #Analytics #DataScience #AI #MachineLearning #IoT #IIoT #PyTorch #Python #RStats #TensorFlow #Java #JavaScript #ReactJS #CloudComputing #Serverless #DataScientist #Linux #Programming #Coding #100DaysofCode https://t.co/CwjnuXBGeW https://t.co/7epvy59p0e


Alison Presmanes Hill (@apreshill; 425): It is time to retire my favorite slide from teaching #blogdown. > https://t.co/lWcTtP57il (may be my favorite commit message by @xieyihui) > Currently, development version only, but RIP to one of my favorite gifs 🦜 https://t.co/LxIDEb4nSe

Brendan Cullen (@_bcullen; 224): FYI, for #rstats folks who want to implement something similar to #rmarkdown tabsets in #blogdown .Rmd posts! @grrrck has provided an easy way to do just that with xaringanExtra::panelset(). Great way to make your posts more concise and interactive. Can’t wait to use this! 🙌 https://t.co/Icq452PWyp

Alison Presmanes Hill (@apreshill; 130): @minebocek @github great idea! I always build Hugo sites for Ada, too 😀 Florence has such a wonderful dataviz portfolio too > https://t.co/YC0zFJVoLJ https://t.co/eTvlqaCeKQ

Joanna Prout, PhD (@joieprout; 101): About a week late to last week’s #TidyTuesday. Here is a bumpchart of ranked categories of spending on children in the state of MD between 2011-2016. I am still figuring out the mystery of blogdown/Github/Netlify but one day I will post it there! https://t.co/cbOOr9vdyb

Matt Dray (@mattdray; 72): 🐐🧮 I wrote a post about GoatCounter by @arp242_martin, which now replaces Google Analytics on my #rstats {blogdown} website. 📝 https://t.co/wKUi0nFhMe 🌐 https://t.co/fwMglhbRcg https://t.co/tMOaKjeaN2

Garrick Aden-Buie (@grrrck; 61): @_bcullen @lisalendway @KellyBodwin Yes! It works nicely in blogdown posts 😊 > Check out the Rmd section in the panelset docs https://t.co/WMKsh61MUV > Or an html_document() example https://t.co/MTMC279LFv

Yihui Xie (@xieyihui; 30): @sedgeboy @ProQuesAsker In most cases, all you need is only one thing: blogdown::serve_site() https://t.co/iJ2uSnb1iQ You should never need build_site(), unless you want to recompile all Rmd files. serve_site() only compiles changed Rmd files. Then you run hugo_build() locally if you don’t use Netlify.

Andrés Arau (@AndresArau; 22): Intentando adaptarnos a la era COVID-19, hemos decidido empezar una vida nómada y continuar trabajando desde lugares con baja densidad de población donde la distancia social puede ser garantizada. Así empezamos este blog: https://t.co/FDFPGjFmZ8 #DataScientist #blogdown

Kristy Robledo (@KristyRobledo; 20): @Kim_Fitter yes! maybe blogdown, or maybe xaringan ?

Data fitter Kim (@Kim_Fitter; 20): @KristyRobledo Websites with Blogdown, GitHub https://t.co/hxOESDcC3Y ?

Joshua de la Bruere (@delaBJL; 20): @AnnaHenschel @McAleerP If you do an rmd to guthub document it could be easily transitioned to a blogdown post at some point 👀

Sonja Winter (@winterstat; 20): @MagdaMartinezG1 @dsquintana I found this tutorial https://t.co/fWJIZhUSgk and following those steps (little bit more complex, you need to clone something from github), and then also installing a program/language called “Go” (just google “install go”) before I used blogdown::serve_site() finally worked!

João Pedro (@KimJoaoUn; 20): @tiagopferraz Uma opção é usar o blogdown

Andrés Arau (@AndresArau; 12): Trying to adapt to the COVID-19 era, we decided to start a nomad lifestyle and to continue working exclusively from low densely populated areas where social distancing can be guaranteed. This is how we started this blog: https://t.co/FDFPGjFmZ8 #DataScientist #rstats #blogdown

atusy (@Atsushi776; 10): @niszet0 簡易的にはblogdown+viBookなんですけど、RStudio Serverとの相性が悪かった記憶です。 https://t.co/HB8jfdvsWO

Daniel Krueger (@DanielKrueger96; 10): @datarobbie1 @stadio Very nice use of #blogdown! I’ve been meaning to put something similar together

Tyler Smith (@sedgeboy; 0/2): Is it possible to build a #rstats #blogdown site for deployment on a server (i.e., not local), only recompiling Rmd files that have changed? hugo_build doesn’t compile any Rmd, but build_site compiles them all, I think? @ProQuesAsker @xieyihui

Peter ‘Wear a Mask’ Licari 📊 (@PRLPoliSci; 0/1): Hey #rstats and blogdown folk! Anyone else having problems making new blogdown sites with https://t.co/6wDMtS5yCP themes? Before, installing themes would give me something like A but now only gives me B. No content or public folder, no config toml. Pasting the ex. config gets C. https://t.co/bzpBmlfeZI


Solomon Kurz (@SolomonKurz; 12620): The 0.3.0 version of my #brms + #tidyverse translation of Kruschke’s “Doing Bayesian data analysis” is up! > https://t.co/mEUFZXJgtn > 15

Animal Behavior Society (@AnimBehSociety; 5713): I love using #rstats! I recently developed an R package & R tutorials for teaching Intro to #Behavior @Cornell - my favorite activity used #openaccess camera trap #data to investigate animal activity patterns. #ABStakeover @BorneanGibbons https://t.co/NNwhdMmLgO https://t.co/hO5buZAaSd

yaniv brandvain (@yanivbrandvain; 5610): working on bookdown version of biostats notes to accompany whitlock and schluter. > adding a bonus chapter about dealing with data inspired by @kwbroman & @kara_woo - “Data organization in spreadsheets” https://t.co/RlmEYbSZCw https://t.co/rnfojVENtt

✊🏻🌹🏥 John Flournoy Wears a Mask 🏥🌹✊🏻 (@flourneuro; 336): Really nice walkthrough of gaussian process regression by @SolomonKurz translating @rlmcelreath’s “Rethinking” to brms. There’s a mystery to be solved, too, if you’re game… https://t.co/X0cgxVa9HQ > p.s. Solomon, clinical neuroimaging folks are getting into GPR!

R posts you might have missed! (@icymi_r; 274): ✍️📚 “bookdown-template • Template for R bookdown books” > 👤 Joyce Robbins @jtrnyc > https://t.co/B7S8La7oix #rstats

ill-identified (@ill_Identified; 197): 本日の #tokyoR で紹介した bookdown + rmdja のドキュメントです > 数学書としても技術文書としてももいろいろ使える機能があるので怪文書だけでなく教材づくりにもおすすめ!! > https://t.co/4z21v5uIAi https://t.co/KKLX8rh8ns

Tim Kaiser (@tkaiser_science; 142): I’ve read a lot of praise for the #brms package, but it is rarely mentioned that you can do a Bayesian meta-analysis with it. Here is a nice tutorial by @MathiasHarrer https://t.co/hpr0RHDkh5 #RStats

Sharon Machlis (@sharon000; 124): The knitr package’s combine_words() function takes a vector of character strings and turns them into a human-readable phrase: “item 1” for 1 item “item 1 and item 2” for 2 “item 1, item2, and item3” for 3, etc. https://t.co/5h8fLdjYNN #rstats https://t.co/2Id1xbBgMT

R-bloggers (@Rbloggers; 116): Bookdown, Not Bookout {https://t.co/lUHqJEeSGl} #rstats #DataScience

R posts you might have missed! (@icymi_r; 55): 📚✍️ “Bookdown, Not Bookout” > 👤 James Adams @jmablog > https://t.co/ByX38c0jpY #rstats

R Weekly Live (@rweekly_live; 54): Bookdown, Not Bookout https://t.co/5qZx6WJzXE #rstats #datascience https://t.co/hF6QyPtkHl

Solomon Kurz (@SolomonKurz; 50): Notable updates include: > * refitting all models with #brms 2.13.5; * adding Kruschke-style model diagrams based on my earlier blog workflow (https://t.co/mEUFZXJgtn) > 25 https://t.co/7ZPVBPx7Ub

Joyce Robbins (@jtrnyc; 30): A template for creating a #bookdown book in 5 minutes 👇 https://t.co/nZLxGHjeQP

Phil Aldridge (@wragbags; 30): That moment in your life you discover https://t.co/4q0xQgEUdJ @sjcockell @MattBashton #R

atusy (@Atsushi776; 23): キャッシュは最小限にせよ、R Markdown Cookbookもそう言っている > > We do not recommend that you set the chunk option cache = TRUE globally in a document. https://t.co/Hy1KCKCZvP #TokyoR

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 22): Using bookdown, must one set number_sections: true in _output.yml for cross referencing sections? #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/W74YB7rfcf

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 21): Providing translations for R Bookdown project #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/Q44bfW23GO

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 21): Bookdown and rendering kable tables to a word document #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/n1sxq9NlQN

Michael Clark (@statsdatasci; 21): I’ve recently updated my mixed models doc with an additional section on Bayesian analysis and other upgrades. Along with this, I’ll be having a workshop regarding the content on 10-21 for @Umich and @CscarUmich. > #Rstats #bookdown #mixedmodels #lme4 #brms > https://t.co/1p8xhbzO3d

Solomon Kurz (@SolomonKurz; 20): @genomixgmailcom Both editions > first: https://t.co/U6SjLKPxiM second: https://t.co/8elgCVrhAA

Solomon Kurz (@SolomonKurz; 20): * adding custom color palettes and plotting themes starting around chapter 9 (there’s a transition period); * peppering in plotting conventions based on Wilke’s work (https://t.co/mEUFZXJgtn); > 35 https://t.co/QBbVNVhgKz

Tyler Pritchard (@PritchardPsych; 20): @CKVanPay Depending on time commitments, I am interested. Perhaps developing an accompanying bookdown would be useful.

Phil McAleer (@McAleerP; 20): @AnnaHenschel Yeah that would work. That said, you have so many cool things you could no doubt fill a book and use bookdown! But whatever works best for you. https://t.co/ztrXfnHGHW

Ben Stanley (@BDStanley; 20): @PoliSciJack @jackethomp This is a great resource if you want to use Statistical Rethinking but find - as I do - brms more user-friendly. Basically all the code in the book translated into brms, and he explains what he’s doing for idiots like me. https://t.co/KSomaNtGo1

Jens91 (@Jens9110; 20): Introduction to Econometrics with R https://t.co/BJ4KezT9qN #rmarkdown #bookdown

Michael Rubin (@MRubin11; 20): @joeyhuddleston @EPerkoski @suboticjelena If you use RMarkdown/bookdown, you can write the file to a Word doc instead of pdf.

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 11): Building Bookdown to HTML loses styled formatting #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/uQoHfGSvGD

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 11): r bookdown - dynamic custom link text reference chapter and table in link #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/h7daCBucNj

🌐 ⚡️🚲 (@ziromr; 11): @die_weberin https://t.co/f7oSmaLAud https://t.co/3klGno62Pq https://t.co/l52zOAT9ON https://t.co/7yyNsY27s2 https://t.co/pkHFNhJiUO usw

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 10): How to create a R markdown/bookdown cross reference to a table that includes both text and the automatically generated table number? #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/kR9ftOBYhm

Godwin Noah (@godwinnoah; 10): My team and I just launched https://t.co/tTwgFhl0vi https://t.co/8c0TPyort0 via @YouTube #Nigeria #Foodie #BBNaijialockdown2020 Please Subscribe

Ken Bodnar (@ArtofWarm; 10): R Markdown Cookbook > https://t.co/GQtfc97A48

yaniv brandvain (@yanivbrandvain; 10): @zTiredScientist working on it! a little premature at the moment, but planning on getting them onto https://t.co/iqG4NiHPyF soon [well before they are ready for consumption]

TuQmano (@TuQmano; 10): @martinmontane @vazquezbrust algún día lograré aprovecharme de todo lo que vengo absorbiendo de estos y otros recursos para armarme el bookdown de @pol_Ar_bot

Deemah 🇺🇦 🇳🇴 🇸🇪 (@dmi3k; 10): Good tips for {bookdown} worflow with Word output https://t.co/Om3t1abYMp

Beatriz Milz (@BeaMilz; 10): @jtrecenti Eu sei que não é o foco do Tweet, mas eu achei esse bookdown tão caprichado! Bonito mesmo, capricharam no CSS

𝙳𝚊𝚟𝚒𝚍 𝚁𝚎𝚒𝚗𝚜𝚝𝚎𝚒𝚗 (@GivingTools; 10): https://t.co/J4l5gBtoxt Thanks @_MiguelHernan and Jamie Robins for putting this great text online for open access. Thanks also to Sean Mcgrath and Joy Shi for putting up the #Rstats code as a @bookdown_io at https://t.co/BnsN2iTr5K

walidnegm (@walidnegm; 0/2): 4.2 Logistic Regression | Interpretable Machine Learning https://t.co/P7vEFPLiUk #rmarkdown #bookdown

Big Data Analytics (@BigData_Fr; 0/2): Bookdown, Not Bookout - https://t.co/8zHiwvdNtd - thanks @RichardEudes #DataScience #DS,#MachineLearning,#Statistics,#ArtificialIntelligence,#DataScience,#Analytics #DataScience

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): Error in compiling pdf in bookdown #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/KaH0r0NirC

Thomas ‘Fredo’ Hütter (@DerFredo; 0/1): Posted by » R, now on R-bloggers: Bookdown, Not Bookout #rstats https://t.co/QE9J7bv5dI


Nischal Shrestha (@nischaldesign; 75): Today I got mad at the default print of pandas.DataFrame in the middle of building a lesson in rmarkdown, so did some trickery to render a prettier version. It’s a dirty hack using {knitr}, {reticulate}, and {kableExtra}. This will do for now! 🐍 🐼 #rstats #python https://t.co/dmMM2nG966

Data Science East Africa🧠 (@DataScience_Ea; 71): 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 #R #DataScience #100DaysOfCode

Manu Gonzalez Canche (@manu_canche; 33): Super mind blown about #html customization with @rstudio and #rmarkdown. The tool is so cool that I’m using the HTML output instead of a #beamer presentation (access here https://t.co/kEMroK2xMP) Thank you Dr. @xieyihui #rstats #knitr #DataScience #rpubs #reproducibility #dataviz https://t.co/CiIij8BRtJ

Garrick Aden-Buie (@grrrck; 21): @_bcullen @lisalendway @KellyBodwin There’s a variety of panelset syntax options that work or don’t work depending on the many interacting versions of knitr, pandoc, rmarkdown, etc. > Here’s the syntax I used in a recent post https://t.co/dVC093rkOi

Do-ugh (@adhdoug; 20): @calvinmdewilde Oh, never mind. It’s not in the header. I just include it at the beginning of the rmd file after the header: > {r setup, include=FALSE} knitr::opts_chunk$set(echo = TRUE,fig.width=6, fig.height=2.5)

石井淳平 (@ishiijunpei; 20): Rmarkdwon+kableで、もうワンランク上の表をつくるときはkableExtraパッケージを使います。PDF出力にはとても有用なパッケージです。 knitr to PDFでの複雑なテーブル(行グループのタイトルを追加する) https://t.co/rsJgiupHvL #Qiita

CRAN Package Updates (@CRANberriesFeed; 12): CRAN updates: future knitr nat https://t.co/y5W2NTKSXT #rstats

Philipp Bayer (@PhilippBayer; 10): I had fun digging into this with @jdblischak: Turns out, always use H:\ for your network mounted home directory on Windows, try to avoid \https://t.co/dFJvJOXn5gfolder1STAFFID when doing ANYTHING in R or Knitr. You’ll avoid many errors. > https://t.co/1ykj32IsLW

bluebet (@chaps_sgm; 10): @sprotzbettor @zicoisthegoat knitr::kable.matplotlib

leo (@leo4luffy; 10): @_bcullen Hola doctor @_bcullen, buenos días. Muchas gracias por compartir todos estos tips tan buenos 😁. Doctor, yo intente colocar una learnr apps usando knitr::include_app(), sin embargo sale un cuadro vació ¿De pronto sabe que podría estar pasando? Muchísimas gracias!!!! https://t.co/879glmGcgc


Jess Chandler (@jessachandler; 10): @ceptional The biggest problem that I have when I want a nice printout and I’m rendering html is the page breaks. Not sure if it helps, but pagedown gives a way around that. You can add a custom style to increase space for headers? https://t.co/fS5yqRuusX

overnight sensation (@admiralnissen; 10): @queerurbanisto it was in front of your eyes the whole time - https://t.co/BDQ7sHtOGR


Mel Andrews (@bayesianboy; 150): @JBeardsleyPhD What could you possibly pay money for with LaTeX? I highly recommend working with overleaf. I just started using r with tinytex last night, that’s loads of fun.

Rylee Alanza Lyman (@ryleealanza; 50): @JBeardsleyPhD ugh, it really is not for everyone, but I feel like everyone should use TinyTeX https://t.co/DwwsVmS6Ry

Mel Andrews (@bayesianboy; 20): @EtheHerring oh are you having trouble loading tinytex in rstudio too

CRAN Package Updates (@CRANberriesFeed; 11): CRAN updates: brant DRIP FHDI TestDimorph tinytex https://t.co/y5W2NU2tPr #rstats

Jared Lander (@jaredlander; 10): @xieyihui @_ColinFay I need to delete MiKTeX and just go all in on TinyTeX

Yihui Xie (@xieyihui; 10): @the_good_matty @ryleealanza @JBeardsleyPhD If I’m doing my math correctly, with the download speed 40Mb/s, it should take about 2 seconds to download TinyTeX, so don’t blink your eye, or you’ll miss the progress bar :)

Paul Pearson (@paultpearson; 10): @JBeardsleyPhD Try TinyTeX. It works beautifully on Linux for me and is billed as cross-platform.

Marianna Foos (@MariannaFoos; 10): @_ColinFay that is what happened to me when I installed basictex instead of full mactex on my new computer. I think I fixed it by uninstalling, using {tinytex} and rebooting.

Jake (@JungleJoosy; 10): @Lluis_Rev Damn, no, it’s still blank. I’m gonna look more at how tinytex deals with nested functions, because (and I only just glanced at it) it only prints top-level expressions?

Deependra Dhakal (@dd_rookie; 0/1): What are the recommended practices for continuous deployment of r projects (not exactly proj. but it involves tinytex distribution and several tex files) with Travis-CI? Is renv approach the best ? How do I cache most to build faster ? #rstats


R posts you might have missed! (@icymi_r; 5213): 📦 “xaringan-template • A template for making customisable slides in RMarkdown with Xaringan” > 👤 Sophie Hill @sophie_e_hill > https://t.co/wmchIo7wsF #rstats https://t.co/2jy7B7U4n5

R posts you might have missed! (@icymi_r; 152): 📦⚔️ “xaringan-themes • Xaringan themes for presentations in R” > 👤 David Schoch @schochastics > https://t.co/AemgxPTIWZ #rstats https://t.co/3Tp8gMNW8P

Chris Goodman (@cbgoodman; 90): Still crazy to me that I can build this entire map slide (shoutout @urbaninstitute’s `urbnmapr’) from inside R markdown using xaringan. https://t.co/ReYWA5Bywg

ThinkR (@thinkR_fr; 81): 📋 “A slideout menu plugin for Reveal.js to quickly jump to any slide by title” 👍 Interesting for any #rstats #xaringan user ! 👨‍🏫👩‍🏫 👉https://t.co/s06yCjwGVE https://t.co/bDpjZFnjOU

gabibentø (@gabibento4; 60): @Corinthians hum hum cássio está precisando do seu xaringan de vorta

Silvia Canelón (@spcanelon; 51): @_bcullen @allison_horst @RLadiesChicago @RLadiesGlobal @kbgorman_ecoevo @apreshill @grrrck Hello again! I updated the parent xaringan Rmd to make use of child docs! You’ll now see 8 additional Rmds, one per package: https://t.co/s4LBu8d2A8 > I’m hoping this setup will help you find some useful content a little faster in time for your upcoming workshop – best of luck!

Federico Marini (@FedeBioinfo; 20): @fellgernon @galactictorero @dataandme OMG. Guess I could just put an <iframe> in the xaringan slides and have that appear live as I speak 🍹🕶️🤗

Ale H Segura (@A_Sure_13; 20): @edwinveldhuizen @mzelst For me, the package from Hadley Wickham has worked in Rmarkdown xaringan presentations! https://t.co/D9EQEX04vd

lisa lendway (@lisalendway; 10): @grrrck @_bcullen @KellyBodwin Thank you for the quick reply! Of course it was the one I didn’t try because it was labeled as “less standard”. Now I’m motivated to get with the cool kids and start using xaringan!

lisa lendway (@lisalendway; 10): @_bcullen @grrrck @KellyBodwin I haven’t started using xaringan yet. Have you ever tried this with ioslides? I think I tried all the different ways of doing it in @grrrck’s documentation, but I’m probably missing something since I can’t seem to get it to work. Thanks!

Mine Çetinkaya-Rundel (@minebocek; 10): @dkrsharma3 Mostly xaringan nowadays: https://t.co/Qek7xrQMj5

André (@andreviinis; 10): @HenriqueCanei É meu xaringan hahshhsd sla como escreve