dplyr is absolutely, 💯 my favorite #rstats package, so I made a tutorial for anyone looking to get started with exploring what dplyr can do 🐧 || https://t.co/XRWdNdXKrg



Jesse Mostipak (@kierisi; 1557335): dplyr is absolutely, 💯 my favorite #rstats package, so I made a tutorial for anyone looking to get started with exploring what dplyr can do 🐧 || https://t.co/XRWdNdXKrg

mikefc (@coolbutuseless; 1382201): Introducing {geomlime} so that for all the times I type “geom_lime()” instead of “geom_line()” I will now be rewarded with citrus! > Seriously … every week I mistype this! > https://t.co/u3BreuxVyr > #RStats #typo #citrus https://t.co/ar2yj4Lg7g

Grace Deathlier 👻 (@dna_heligrace; 492117): Ok I’m sure these are pretty well-known tips among #ggplot2 aficionados, but as a still somewhat beginner, I’m gonna tweet out some of my favorite tips and tricks for beautiful plots for other beginners. I’m working on figures for a poster now so I’ll do them as I go. #rstats 1/

Mara Alexeev (@MaraAlexeev; 2009): I built my first R package today. It was a bit nerve wracking right before ctrl + shift + b, but 🪅🎖️🙌🎊! #Rstats #Rladies This was a package to learn how to make a package. Thrilled to start work on the package I have wanted to make for a year!

R for the Rest of Us (@rfortherest; 17041): R is free. R can be used by anyone with access to a computer. With its welcoming and inclusive community, R users make packages focused on equity. If you care about social justice, there’s no better tool to use than R. #rstats https://t.co/GLFvHRRJWk

Luka Negoita, PhD (@lukanegoita; 16575): Want to get a head start on R for Ecologists? Just made lessons 1-3 available! If you’ve never used R before, START HERE. :) > Lesson 1: https://t.co/pb3PzesBN9 Lesson 2: https://t.co/CuJU3shyxa Lesson 3: https://t.co/1fhHNpiAo4 > #Rstats #basics #datascience #ecologists #course https://t.co/CIApWpnKug


Beatriz Milz (@BeaMilz; 81): @ma_salmon fez uma palestra muito interessante na @LatinR_Conf sobre como ter um blog usando R Markdown! Alguns pacotes abordados foram o distill, blogdown e hugodown. A palestra foi em espanhol! https://t.co/2MPnxVyEXZ (And I have a question! I saw your blogpost about +

Karina Bartolomé 💚 (@karbartolome; 80): hoy decidí arrancar con #blogdown y mi única duda es por qué nunca lo hice antes, es todo lo que necesitaba

Lukas Burk (@Jemus42; 54): Ooooh {blogdown} now works with the regular “Knit” button 🤯 That was one of the things that made {hugodown} more attractive to me. Also, I could have used blogdown::bundle_site() when I restructured my site 😅 https://t.co/RJUJxdJZai #rstats #blogdown

Erich Neuwirth (@neuwirthe; 50): @triplewhiskey in R einlese. Ah ja, ganz wichtiges R package: blogdown. Das erzeugt die Blog-Infrastruktur.

Maëlle Salmon (@ma_salmon; 50): @OscarBaruffa @daniebrant I actually don’t use blogdown. :-) > I have taught https://t.co/HC1tb2BFri and will demo distill & hugodown at @RLadiesJozi on 1130 + in a few hours at @LatinR_Conf

Karina Bartolomé 💚 (@karbartolome; 40): no me gusta la palabra ‘portfolio’ y no sé editar eso, tampoco tenía el gif original del rayshader así que lo descargué en baja calidad, igual estoy fascinada con blogdown ✨

Natalia Morandeira (@NatMora; 40): El taller de @ma_salmon para bloguear desde R 👾👩‍💻 está acá: https://t.co/ZGt9RjhbT4 @LatinR_Conf Mi sitio web está hecho con R+blogdown+Hugo Academic (ejemplo 2 del taller). Me llevo muchos consejos, uno q ya verán ejecutado y comentado en el post: comentarios con #utterances

Amit Levinson (@Amit_Levinson; 40): @daniebrant Yeah! I used blogdown and the Hugo academic theme. I highly recommend it. A good tip I found is to choose a theme that many people use., easier tog get started and help debug. Mine is here with adaptations from @apreshill fantastic website. > https://t.co/gtWeSRa971

Ischi_Mathes (@GregorMathes; 32): I have added the practice questions (using #rmarkdown) of the third chapter of the second edition of Richard McElreaths #StatisticalRethinking to my homepage (using #blogdown): https://t.co/d1V81J1Bf4 > R is marvelous! #Rstats #Bayes #Statistic

Yihui Xie (@xieyihui; 31): @andrewheiss @jent103 @apreshill I added this tweet in a comment in blogdown and finally managed to remove it two years later: https://t.co/VsR5i7Mpya Please let me know if you still suffer from any blogdown problems with the current version: https://t.co/3K4Xpq7OGG (more improvements to come in next version…)

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 22): R Blogdown with different Rmarkdown outputs #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/oWX4KuOB49

Beatriz Milz (@BeaMilz; 21): + adding https://t.co/oDFbzPXpqu comments in blogdown. There is possible to add in distill? I recently moved from blogdown to distill and I’m getting used to distill… Muchas gracias @ma_salmon !

Oscar “Boo!“ruffa 👻📊 (@OscarBaruffa; 20): @daniebrant Check out @ma_salmon’s blog she’s got a lot about blogdown and hugo

Shannon Pileggi (@PipingHotData; 20): @daniebrant I tried blogdown and it wasn’t for me, but probably because I chose a bad Hugo theme and battled with it for too long. I’m using distill now and I really like it! https://t.co/hmOfK76IsU

CRAN Package Updates (@CRANberriesFeed; 13): CRAN updates: blogdown https://t.co/y5W2NTKSXT #rstats

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 12): unmarshal failed: Near line 0 (last key parsed ''): bare keys cannot contain ':' in Rmarkdown blogdown with Hugo #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/c78s5MYEHZ

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 12): unmarshal failed: Near line 0 (last key parsed “): bare keys cannot contain ‘:’ in Rmarkdown blogdown with Hugo #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/Z2hibu7EzZ

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 12): Problem with Hugo Lithium theme (blogdown) #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/odZIFsrqS9

little broken foot (@YrBFFAnna; 12): I want my site to have the ability for a play a midi (just bc that’s funny/annoying) at a certain point. Not immediately. Can I force a Rmd blog to have geocities features? Do I need shiny for that? > #rstats #blogdown #r4ds #r4bs https://t.co/Q5Zrd2t35S

Karina Bartolomé 💚 (@karbartolome; 10): @Juancib1 (ahí vi tu blogdown muy bueno tambien!!)

Juan Cib (@Juancib1; 10): @karbartolome Muy buena tu web! Yo ayer ?desplegué(deploy) la mía. Si estas en Rstudio en el archivo config.toml deberías poder cambiar la línea “title= ‘portfolio’ “ Yo tuve en todo el proceso este librito de referencia: https://t.co/J1aJWCfcWw Espero que te sirva! https://t.co/iEoyLuYONB

Kat Hoffman (@rkatlady; 10): @jrazz12 making a blog/website is pretty easy with the R package blogdown, and you can host for free on the https://t.co/T8KflsrIwM domain :) buying a domain through a site like google domains is also pretty simple/low cost (~$10/year I think?)

Saurav Das (@Moutain_Soul; 10): Almost done with my portfolio website. You will find about my jumbled up career 😅 > Build with #hugo #RStudio #blogdown #github > here it is: https://t.co/mZURsHhMt6

André Santos (@andremrsantos; 10): After three milenia trying to solve this problem, I finally discover how to archive my old code on blogdown https://t.co/FV9U49tMVD

Beatriz Milz (@BeaMilz; 10): @ma_salmon Another nice thing about distill comparing to blogdown is that distill have metatags that creates this social networks cards.. for exemple: in the last tweet I posted my academic page and the card is all gray, comparing to this page: https://t.co/4LgtTuWt4l

Beatriz Milz (@BeaMilz; 10): @ma_salmon I liked some features: when I build my distill blog, it does not knit all the blogposts (which blogdown does) and I think is more stable thinking that the packages could update. I also liked that when I add a bibliography, +++ https://t.co/46Nb33TnMs

Beatriz Milz (@BeaMilz; 10): @ma_salmon But I still have my academic blogdown homepage 🤣 https://t.co/lUi3kcpRmG moved just the posts to distill

Maëlle Salmon (@ma_salmon; 10): @BeaMilz Thanks for the answer! > Reg knitting hugodown doesn’t knit all the posts either (and blogdown is getting improvements in this aspect)

Luis López-Méndez (@arrozluis; 10): @ma_salmon Gracias por tu charla. Ya había empezado con blogdown. Te comparto mi intento. Agradezco tu comentario

Alice Sweeting (@alicesweeting; 10): @apreshill @LatinR_Conf These slides 😍 I like your points on “pause & pay it forward”, along with “pick friendly voices. Select for kindness” 👏🏼 > I’ve learnt & been able to “get happy” from all that you have shared on #xaringan & #blogdown. Thanks for being an uplifter ☺️

Gabriela Junqueira (@junqueiragaabi; 10): @TadSiqueira @FabianaSchneck @TauanaMores @cassiaperiferic @_biologata é! hugo themes e blogdown ;)

Dr. Straight but in a spooky mask for a while (@RyanStraight; 10): @WasiqSilan @DrVeronikaCH Create a Blogdown site and host via GitHub or Netlify. Free, static (so no bothering with databases and whatnot), and, if you use R, you can build your data and analysis natively in the posts. Academic is the most popular theme for us, unsurprisingly.

Lars Dalby (@lars_dalby; 0/2): Quick #rstats question - is there a good way to produce a bilingual website using #pkgdown, #blogdown etc.? So I’d like to give the audience for the webpage the option to switch between English and in my case Danish, but I’m not too keen on having two versions of the pkg/blog.

lopierra (@lopierra; 0/2): ❓Help , #rstats! Why do I suddenly have to pass Captcha before I can view my #blogdown site?? It’s on my laptop with Chrome/Chrome incognito/IE, but not on my phone. Also doesn’t seem to be happening with other people’s https://t.co/jPgqonrKjc sites. https://t.co/nAtwHqfSbq

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): blogdown 0.21 serve_site() no longer serves site #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/kae34WXHCs

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): Travis-CI and blogdown pipeline HTML not built on cron jobs #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/cgiA9nbINS


Solomon Kurz (@SolomonKurz; 35079): The 1.2.0 version of my #brms+#tidyverse translation of @rlmcelreath’s “Statistical Rethinking” is up! > https://t.co/U6SjLKPxiM > 17

One R Tip a Day (@RLangTip; 6922): Getting used to R, RStudio and R Markdown, a free book on R basics by @old_man_chester https://t.co/J0vYmIL0Y6 #rstats

Dan Quintana (@dsquintana; 5511): Here are a few helpful meta-analysis resources: > - This free book: https://t.co/irgWIg9nGO - Courses by @wviechtb https://t.co/pYgIEJAfZq - If you’re doing a straightforward meta-analysis, I’d recommend @kylehamilton’s MAJOR @jamovistats module over CMA, as this reproducible https://t.co/KDaIQ4h6Tv

Keith McNulty (@dr_keithmcnulty; 499): We’ve come a long way from the textbooks of my undergraduate years #rstats #bookdown #rmarkdown #datascience #analytics #r4ds https://t.co/sRINk06GMq

Jacob O. Wobbrock (@wobbrockjo; 276): Some have found my R code recipes useful for doing statistical inference of many kinds. I’ve recently updated and extended these recipes. (Eventually they’ll become a Bookdown project.) Available now are code recipes, sample data files, and *.R code files. https://t.co/6wjGHF51T4

Daniel Redondo Sánchez (@dredondosanchez; 236): Es un honor saber que mi publicación sobre reglas de asociación en fútbol se está utilizando en docencia y forma parte de un libro en Bookdown 😄 > Publicación: https://t.co/V7afMU5apU Libro: https://t.co/iHG0m5t7nU https://t.co/ez3s5mZdkA

Stefano De Sabbata (@maps4thought; 215): New teaching term, new granolarr version! > I am revising my geographic #datascience #reproducible #teaching resource in #RStats now using @Docker containers both for compiling the rmarkdown/bookdown materials and for learners to code (12) > https://t.co/3LsQ86QUVi

Elio Campitelli (@d_olivaw; 192): Today I used regular expressions to successfully change all my LaTeX style \ref{} references to bookdown style \@ref() references and I’ve never felt more smart and productive 😎 #RStats https://t.co/QC71vrPu3B

Joshua Rosenberg (@jrosenberg6432; 183): Writing our book with RMarkdown, bookdown, & GitHub was rewarding–and hard! The five of us made 1,785 commits to write it. > More about the process (by the #s) here: https://t.co/YOMwCxo4jz > Book website: https://t.co/qlyKWf8nwn Page to purchase the book: https://t.co/bzMBUPQgHq

Natalia Vasilenok (@nvasilenok; 132): looks like an amazing resource especially when it’s finally time to move past sweet little for loops and find new more efficient friends > Efficient R programming https://t.co/bXH0wYFDcR #rmarkdown #bookdown

InaMaria Deutschmann (@ina_deutschmann; 71): #CircularVisualization in #R documentation of the #circlize package: https://t.co/mXqCPxKQOw #rmarkdown #bookdown https://t.co/l87PBib42d

Miles McBain (@MilesMcBain; 70): With thanks to the new cookbook: https://t.co/LKg3FgIX86

Eric Green (@ericpgreen; 51): Enjoying toddler’s nap and waiting for some models to fit. 🙏 to: 1) @paulbuerkner for brms & a great tutorial on ordinal reg w/ @vuorre (https://t.co/jIZA4VEKyL) 2) @SolomonKurz for tidyverse translation of @rlmcelreath’s SR (https://t.co/3KtIDpdjKo) w/cool new ordinal plots https://t.co/nOp7GZLcqh

David Smailes (@davidesmailes; 41): @aldersonday @imo_bell …I am part-way through this: https://t.co/qwj25XZyss

Solomon Kurz (@SolomonKurz; 40): * thanks to help from @LBliard and @rtorkar, a better approach to the Gaussian process model from Section 13.4 (https://t.co/litM7mEz0y); > 47 https://t.co/dajtlvhssr

Pavitra Chakravarty (@genomixgmailcom; 30): @alexcookson @rlmcelreath @SolomonKurz @alexcookson I think this is the latest edition https://t.co/oPHMa5phdF

Pavitra Chakravarty (@genomixgmailcom; 30): @alexcookson @rlmcelreath https://t.co/MxunxSjEef. @SolomonKurz

CRAN Package Updates (@CRANberriesFeed; 23): CRAN updates: bookdown cleanNLP modelplotr rbace RcmdrPlugin.EZR wdpar wk https://t.co/y5W2NTKSXT #rstats

Alexander Fast (@FastAgSci; 21): @zwculumber Not sure if this is what you’re looking for, but I’m taking an Intro to R class and found the following very useful. The first link also offers practice problems. > https://t.co/0bxP1FYxrw https://t.co/NQbMyKchns

James Bartlett (@JamesEBartlett; 21): @DrJennyMackay @elliewoody1999 I haven’t written anything myself, but these are my go to sources: - https://t.co/xUQH5rmZiO - https://t.co/HxcGl3cike - https://t.co/W7CxOto7IT

Thom Goodwin (@GoodwinThom; 20): @evelinajud https://t.co/DbKPhvQosW

Solomon Kurz (@SolomonKurz; 20): * the correct solution to the first multinomial model in Section 10.16 (https://t.co/klgXqZQdNA), which ended up requiring the non-linear syntax; > 37 https://t.co/TQLbz4um7A

TERASAWA Takunori (@tera_sawa; 20): @uranoken それって、このサイトです?https://t.co/W6PBWwwHZo

Juliano van Melis (@juliano_melis; 20): @Vitorr26 @EstatSite Tem alguns aqui (maioria em inglês): https://t.co/TsOe7uGsmU

Leslie Pearlman (@leslie_pearlman; 20): @generativist Thanks! My team worked really hard and I’m very proud. It saved so much time and $13k in accessibility remediation compared to the pdf. Thanks, R Bookdown.

Vikram_Singh Rawat (@Guru_GyanKhoji; 12): @foxymania @gp_pulipaka Statistical learning have 2 books both are free and most of the R resources are free… Checkout https://t.co/Dbuztx47N4

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 12): How to translate words “Figure” and “Table” in bookdown::html_document2 documents? #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/mavMA2TmyV

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 12): bookdown html formatting issue with gitbook and split_by #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/bdgb1S5zZi

Jennifer Doering (@jen_doering; 11): @hormiga Yaaar! Pirate’s guide to R: https://t.co/nVnbZHHZ9O

Itziar Burgues (@ItziarBurgues; 11): Sunday reding: Twitter for Scientists https://t.co/VwflpzrwTa #rmarkdown #bookdown It is a free e-book!

CATN (@nd_titi; 11): @AwaaChouu @hadleywickham @xieyihui .. De rmarkdown, très utile pour la présentation des résultats. Il y a pas mal de ses références ici https://t.co/Y4HfRz8Uvm

Lewis 📊 (@Afafa_h; 10): C’est du PROPRE ! https://t.co/FRmGpWEzPj #rmarkdown #bookdown > C’est vraiment propre @thinkR_fr

Lisa DeBruine 🏳️‍🌈 (@LisaDeBruine; 10): @FelixChaser @Metamaterealis1 @timeshighered Thanks! We have a template and manual for the bookdown if you want to modify that. > https://t.co/MKDK8u3GZx

Max Kuhn (@topepos; 10): @cwen001 @_J_sinclair @juliasilge @drob If/when APM gets a 2E, it’ll use tidymodels. > In the meantime, there some in https://t.co/bNeNSVDj3G

early voter (@TJ__Murphy; 10): @TedWestling @statsepi Using bookdown, stitch together your handouts and voila! There’s your textbook.

Ryoichi WATANABE (@watanaberkyoto; 10): R使ったメタ分析の方法 https://t.co/Kgj8ZKrOpg

Peter Higgins (@ibddoctor; 10): @yiwen_h @ChrisBeeley @RStudioEDU And this is a work in progress https://t.co/H6KiwJlEKF

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): Is it possible to insert codes (e.g. r https://t.co/LFOFYX8wYf()) above bookdown gitbook table of content? #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/4wrKSMo3rm


Jae Yeon Kim (@JaeJaeykim2; 3310): For those primarily writing R code in R markdown, I recommend using knitr::purl(). The function takes an R markdown file as an input returns an R script file an an output. If you want to extend your code or put your code in production, you’d like to have R code in the script.

Miles McBain (@MilesMcBain; 305): dipping a toe in #rstats {knitr} hooks, this is a fun! > knitr::knit_hooks$set(splat = function(before, options) { if (before) { glue::glue_data(options, “ * {splat}\n\n”) } } ) https://t.co/z4JIkptdwu

Joe Stoica (@Joe_Stoica; 61): Just found out about a really nifty R function from the knitr package called purl(). It extracts the R code from an Rmd file and converts it into an R script. Huuuuuge time saver

Jae Yeon Kim (@JaeJaeykim2; 60): One of the R markdown tips I found so useful is cache: knitr::opts_chunk$set(cache = TRUE) If you need to run your R code on large objects, etc this is a must setup. Yihui’s blog post is worth reading.

Club de R para RRHH (@club_rrhh; 51): @luisgraur, miembro del club, tomó la posta y nos enseñó la función kable(), del paquete knitr para hacer tablas con la regla BBS : bueno, bonito y sencillo (nos gusta crear reglas).📊 https://t.co/w2D6SajiR2

Mike Mahoney (@MikeMahoney218; 31): @BenjaminWolfe @rstats_tweets for this specific example, probably can run with img_file <- “some_path” if (file.exists(img_file)) { knitr::include_graphics(img_file) } else { ggplot code here }

Stringfest Analytics (@stringfestdata; 12): #Rstudio keyboard shortcut: Insert chunk (Sweave and Knitr) - Ctrl+Alt+I (Windows), Command+Option+I (Mac). #rstats

Benjamin Wolfe (@BenjaminWolfe; 12): #knitr Q: > There was a tweet re: how to do this… > How do I have my #rstats code output markdown? I want to say: If this image file exists, just use it. Otherwise, blah blah #ggplot. > In a loop (so lots of these). > I feel like this is going to be really easy. 🤞

Milena Ang (@MiloSimpatica; 10): @caro_whitetower Si escribes papers en RMD usas el editor de rmd para crear el pdf o el word (via knitr). Si usas R en RMD pero haces tu paper por otro lado yo uso texpad y últimamente overleaf. Te sirve esto? No sé si entendí la pregunta.

Jae Yeon Kim (@JaeJaeykim2; 10): @maibennett knitr::opts_chunk$set(cache = T) cache is another excellent feature. Handy esp when you do a data-intensive project. Tho I bet you’re already using this!

Barry Rowlingson🐺 (@geospacedman; 0/2): Why isn’t the data() function output showing up in my knitr document? Oh because utils:::print.packageIQR does… things… oh ffs #rstats


Beatriz Milz (@BeaMilz; 8717): Hoje teve o último workshop da #LatinR2020! Que honra apresentar sobre xaringan junto com a @hsvab ! 💜 Agradeço a organização @LatinR_Conf e @rladiesgyn e todes que participaram. Logo estará no youtube! Slides: https://t.co/90REXFcn1P Material completo: https://t.co/vgaWdQW4zN

Natalia Morandeira (@NatMora; 182): ¡Recomiendo! Excelente taller de @LatinR_Conf para aprender a hacer presentaciones (diapositivas #slides) con #xaringan en R. En portugués 🇧🇷 y con muuuucho material extra para seguir estudiando. https://t.co/FiUimwVtLD

Natalia Morandeira (@NatMora; 100): Tomate, melancia e #xaringan na @LatinR_Conf, oficina com @BeaMilz e @hsvab 🍅🍉❤️ https://t.co/IksKbnXyLp

Alison Presmanes Hill (@apreshill; 91): @EddiePalencia @LatinR_Conf All my talks are made with the xaringan R package, code is here: https://t.co/EHtGixWt74

Jens von Bergmann (@vb_jens; 50): @ryancbriggs Try xaringan with broadcast. Everyone opens the slides in their own browser, and you can advance the slides remotely for everyone from your machine. Students can copy-paste code, and also go back a slide. Until you advance again. https://t.co/HRLnI4x2D3

Xtophe 🇺🇳 (@Xtophe_Bontemps; 41): @evelinajud Xaringan with R/RStudio because coding in both markdown + css+ is + html is awesome ! #rstats

R-Ladies GYN (@rladiesgyn; 41): É hojeeeee :)) > Mais um curso da @LatinR_Conf 💜 > Se você ainda não se inscreveu… Corre que dá tempo! > Acesse https://t.co/J1F7OJdtJ4 e faça sua inscrição 📍 > #xaringan https://t.co/FyVZMk0G3E

Silvia Canelón (@spcanelon; 40): @yjunechoe @EvaMaeRey Thanks for sharing! I’m eager to try this css trick for xaringan slides. I often have code chunks that don’t fit and when I try to scroll horizontally with my touch mouse I fly into future slides 💨 It’s very disorienting! 💫

Álvaro Cabana (@cabana_alvaro; 20): @eldromedario @LuBrignoni @SaSa10447 La cantidad de paquetes de R que hay y que me cambian la rutina es impresionante. Estoy experimentando con xaringan para hacer diapositivas y es un viaje de ida. Chau impress!

Carlos Alberto Haro (@haroca; 20): Buenísimo para un presentación en xaringan https://t.co/QcMFkvLiVi

Darya Vanichkina (@dvanichkina; 20): @ijlyttle @nj_tierney Does this work with xaringan?

Brendan Cullen (@_bcullen; 20): @yjunechoe This is brilliant, thanks for sharing! cc @danicosme: thought you might find this useful for long code chunks in #xaringan

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 12): How can I decouple code and output within a single chunk in xaringan? #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/9Hymp2vvKf

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 12): Xaringan in Rmarkdown: How to remove auto_identifiers in headings #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/kcTN7auItI

Ali Meres (@ameresv; 10): @yjunechoe I am pretty sure that there is a place in heaven for people like you. I am learning about xaringan and flipbook and that is one thing that I have been dealing :) Thanks a lot! Greetings from Peru

nana. (@yuutokyoo; 10): @jjksdevil xaringan

Michael Flynn (@michael_e_flynn; 0/1): Anyone else run into problems opening xaringan slides in Chrome lately? They appear to open fine in other browsers, but open multiple error tabs in Chrome, each tab containing part of the title curiously enough.


Martin Skarzynski (@marskar; 32): @tomsgoms @code @pycharm @rstudio Comparing Rmarkdown with Jupyter notebooks makes sense to me. @xieyihui wrote✍️a great blog regarding this: https://t.co/Se7D9sHjUL It’d be great if use of®️Rmarkdown, e.g. for making slides or reports with inline code🤩https://t.co/1e7Kt9glUS, was more popular among🐍Pythonistas