I'm very excited to announce a new package I have been working on {xaringancolor} Seamlessly use colors across text, code, and equations in #xaringan slides ✨ https://t.co/ZefbN0IQ0H #rstats https://t.co/3bLkes7aD6



RStudio (@rstudio; 33882): Are you ready to use the strengths of RStudio to mix R and Python? > Join @lopp_sean & @loubajuk for “RStudio: A Single Home for R & Python”. The webinar recording is available now at https://t.co/eEKhEKwx8w > #RStats #rmarkdown #pydata https://t.co/wHBfIrBomu

Garrick Aden-Buie (@grrrck; 17231): The auto-theming in the new #rstats {thematic} package is quite nice! Plots that match your @rstudio theme with just > library(thematic) thematic_on() ggplot() + #awesome > https://t.co/yfCLjFocJa https://t.co/EgG0BFB2Y2

R posts you might have missed! (@icymi_r; 16642): ✍️🔤🎓 Learn tidytext with my new learnr course > 👤 Julia Silge @juliasilge
> 🔗 https://t.co/c4VQgY5jhg #rstats #datascience https://t.co/xs1X6OP8H1


Brady Johnston (@bradyajohnston; 42386): Hey! I helped make an open source package! > If you do any kind of structural bioinformatics in R, or even if you just want to embed pdbs easily into a blogdown post, you can do so with the {r3dmol} (originally by @swsoyee): https://t.co/s9De6kuVpT #rstats https://t.co/LA9rjJIaKV

Monica Gerber (@mwgerber; 132): Feeling the blogdown pain 😑 > Went from a working website that was not deploying my custom fonts/theme to a failed build 🙃 > I don’t know how everyone has the energy and patience to figure this out > I did appreciate these new checks though: https://t.co/DYarOKTT0D

Veikko Isotalo (@veikko_isotalo; 112): Perinteisesti vuodenvaihteen jälkeen aika päivittää kotisivujen (https://t.co/bIrqbS3iFx) julkaisulista ajantasalle. Samalla päivitin sivuston ulkoasun, mikä tarkoitti blogdown ja hugo -versioiden päivittämistä. Mielestäni onnistunut rupeama 😌 #blogdown #rstats #academic https://t.co/scWcmQB4Ej

Romy (@RavinesRomy; 100): Thanks to #blogdown, @rstudio and tips shared by @dcossyle and @apreshill, my good old memories are looking sharp 👇https://t.co/5adQZcod5Q

Silvia Canelón (@spcanelon; 92): A beautful new #blogdown website by @Letxuga007! 🤩 > Complete with great introductory materials to #RStats and #RStudio > 🔗 Introduction to R and RStudio talk: https://t.co/rwK6G0WGHB > Well done Zoë – you’ve learned how to make not one, but two websites in the past 3 months! 👏 https://t.co/hs9PWKVX9M https://t.co/GTlhEsvde4

Garima Gupta (@g_gupta2; 70): It’s 00:00 hours in India and I am trying to launch my website in #rstudioglobal using #blogdown package. Crazy, innit? Ping @cantabile https://t.co/YXC93gEgU9

Maria Dermit (@DermitMaria; 61): He convertido mi pagina blogdown en mutilingüe (es) gracias a la fantástica charla de @pamepairo en #rstudioglobal ✍️https://t.co/RIBQsLlhk6 > https://t.co/zAF1DaViNP

Frau Frohmann (@FrauFrohmann; 53): Lest #Blogdown, man nickt abwechselnd zustimmend mit dem Kopf und hält inne, um zu überlegen, ob man es nicht anders als @GeorgDiez1 wahrnimmt – innere Debattenkultur. Und mit Philip Grözingers Lockdowngeist kann man sich hervorragend identifizieren. > https://t.co/7j5I3Pqdxh

Sarah E (@sapo83; 52): 👋 New post is up! Some thoughts on the initial setup of my website using #hugo & #blogdown. #RStats > https://t.co/InrRyfjASY https://t.co/oqYO3B61v5

/usr/bin/env thomas (@thomas_neitmann; 51): Anyone out there using #blogdown and/or #hugo and incorporated an email newsletter? Which service do you use? #blog #RStats

Alison Presmanes Hill (@apreshill; 51): @malco_barrett @noamross @AdamGruer I use @xieyihui’s hack for this: https://t.co/F8JPyFX583

Kevin Anchukaitis (@thirstygecko; 50): @Roelkers91 Depending on your level of comfort/interest with Github and R, you could use a static website you generate using blogdown and host (for free) on Github (e.g. https://t.co/EESm6NNg8p) - e.g. see this from @nick_gaut - https://t.co/cWSrUWO5EB

Dmitry Shkolnik (@dshkol; 50): My poor Netlify blogdown site is getting it’s first (that I’m aware of) botnet attack for some reason 😮 https://t.co/Vi5vrYSRGi

alex hayes (@alexpghayes; 50): @djnavarro @sharlagelfand i feel like there has to be a german word for the > have idea start fixing blogdown days pass finish fixing blogdown post > cycle

Umair Durrani (@umairdurrani87; 43): Dear #rstats community, what is your advice on using #GoogleAnalytics with #rmarkdown websites (distill; blogdown)? What are the best practices to let your visitors know that their data is being collected? Better alternatives?

Jan-Philipp Sexauer (@Jan_P_Sexauer; 32): I’m discussing “BLOGDOWN - Notizen zur Krise” with Philip Grözinger, @MatsBerlin, and @GeorgDiez1. Tomorrow, 5. Feb at 6:00 PM CET on @joinclubhouse. Join us! https://t.co/Z3FJKKnWmN

John MacKintosh (@_johnmackintosh; 30): @thomas_neitmann @dgkeyes @umairdurrani87 @usefathom More on goatcounter in this post by the always excellent @mattdray : https://t.co/vJ4EKXQ38Z

Emi Tanaka 🌾 (@statsgen; 30): @Sevvandik I was thinking of migrating last year when Hugo Academic became wowchemy, but the main reason was because I updated blogdown and I got an error serving my site. There’s too many parts to Hugo, I wanted something more simple. Hugo is in Go lang, so debugging was harder for me too

not_ordinary_researcher (@editorialreject; 21): blogdownなるものを使っている #rstats

Justin Schulberg (@SchulbergJustin; 20): @thomas_neitmann Ahh ok. I was having blogdown issues which were resolved once I bundled my posts since that’s the new format for blowdown. There’s a function in blogdown that automatically converts your site to a bundled format > Also blogdown::check_site() is a lifesaver for debugging your site

Ladislas Nalborczyk (@lnalborczyk; 20): @MauditChablis @dsquintana @brice_beffara @RLadiesGlobal @AcademicChatter @Izzie_Hb @code @github The older post is fully rstudio-rmarkdown compatible via the package blogdown. The website can then be served as a GitHub page.

Yihui Xie (@xieyihui; 20): @thomas_neitmann I can’t reproduce the problem. Could you file an issue to https://t.co/BEDq7Cfo7V and provide a reprex with session info? Thanks! https://t.co/itGTKaHVI9

Yihui Xie (@xieyihui; 20): @rmflight @statsgen @FedeBioinfo By “blogdown changed their settings in the last version”, if you meant unexpected or bad changes, may I know which settings? Thank you!

Reuben🦉 (@nyaribar; 11): @m_monyorwa Yes there are Tutorials. Read about Rmarkdown/blogdown if you’re using rstudio

/usr/bin/env thomas (@thomas_neitmann; 11): I’m getting these kind of error almost always when I update one of my posts while the #blogdown server is running. The only solution so far is to kill the server and restart. But after a couple of updates this happen again. Anyone knows why? https://t.co/1BKjNbB9xc

Andres Segura-Tinoco (@SeguraAndres7; 10): @RamsesCoraspe @bradyajohnston @swsoyee Thanks for sharing @RamsesCoraspe and well done @bradyajohnston > I totally agree that it is very useful to have live dataviz into a blogdown report.

Golfing_Panda (@GolfingPanda; 10): @MauditChablis @rstats4ds @RLadiesGlobal @AcademicChatter https://t.co/7ifc8Bj7LS > With this great post, you are all set!

Nussaïbah Raja (@mauritiantales; 10): @szutsmester Hi! I’m glad it helped, I wish I had time for more blog posts. This one is created using the R package blogdown() but thinking that I might migrate it to purely jekyll in the future.

Yihui Xie (@xieyihui; 10): @CoulSim @sharlagelfand @alexpghayes @djnavarro blogdown 1.0 will just ignore the modification time by default. You knit a post and you are done forever. With blogdown::check_site(), it’s quite unlikely that you still have to fight with blogdown or Hugo or Github or Netlify: https://t.co/NZkNAsa7ST (let us know if you do)

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): TOC not displaying in Blogdown post (Hugo theme Even) #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/CtnVlibkfP

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): blogdown::serve_site from subdirectory #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/Dj3K6Huc1w

Alfonso Chang (@AlfonsoChangM; 0/1): Si lo suyo es difusión mediante blogs en web: https://t.co/j2BoUGMqr8 #RStats (35)


Keith McNulty (@dr_keithmcnulty; 3612): In 1998, I remember the thrill of building my #phd thesis in #latex. I am now experiencing the same thrill with #bookdown. THANK YOU to @xieyihui and the many people who have contributed (including myself recently). #rstats #bookdown #datascience #python #analytics https://t.co/yaCvadMDcd

R posts you might have missed! (@icymi_r; 279): ✍️ Pandoc Filters in Bookdown. tldr: I wrote a Pandoc Lua filter to correctly format my Bookdown/Rmarkdown documents no matter the output file. > 👤 James Adams @jmablog
> 🔗 https://t.co/ctNkr91Fxv #rstats #datascience https://t.co/QpABdLrBUS

R-bloggers (@Rbloggers; 227): Pandoc filters in Bookdown {https://t.co/QKsgdQhCUw} #rstats #DataScience

Nono Gueye (@GueyeNono; 163): This feels like a double achievement for me. Not only is it my very first sole-authored publication, but this is also the very first article that I made entirely with #Rmarkdown (#bookdown). https://t.co/ScBC7GjBib #rstats

James Adams (@jmablog; 83): Another #bookdown / #rmarkdown blog post, this time on how you can use Pandoc’s custom lua filters to automatically apply the correct styling to each of your output formats! > https://t.co/nFeXfIlBKn > #RStats

Emerson Del Ponte (@edelponte; 72): Distill is awesome, but I updated the book draft and am now using another awesome package, the #bookdown. https://t.co/AbL1RsPXhP > Thinking how to embed #learnr modules, @yabellini is this possible? or the whole file should be in learner? https://t.co/zvMnzvoQch

Micah Altman (@drmaltman; 72): Useful. Kurz’s ( @SolomonKurz ) tidyverse / brms translation / commentary for McElreath’s ( @rlmcelreath ) excellent textbook “Statistical Rethinking”: https://t.co/D5YMxNIQxp ( Goes well with McElreath’s lectures/slides: https://t.co/pLxAckz0Bl ) https://t.co/be4GPfvv1F

Alex Chamessian (@achamess; 70): #Research Workflow Tip of the Day: bookdown (https://t.co/nkAj2g5Yx9) is a fairly simple way to make pretty documentation (e.g. lab wiki) using Rmarkdown files. Also, since it compiles an HTML book, no need to publish. I just keep it in a shared @Box folder, colleagues can view https://t.co/PFOVUiIyEc

pandoc (@pandoc_tips; 62): Delightful introduction to Lua filters by @jmablog; useful not only for Bookdown users. https://t.co/BN8r8DCNbS

R Weekly Live (@rweekly_live; 53): Pandoc filters in Bookdown https://t.co/5qZx6WJzXE #rstats #datascience https://t.co/ApljEBO9ew

Brenton Wiernik 🏳️‍🌈 (@bmwiernik; 50): @oscar_olvera100 Depending on how much work you want to do, a code blind book might be best, then make a lavaan companion for it ala https://t.co/KqD5wxqi4d

Randy Boyes (@randyboyes; 40): @ProfMattFox Word leads to anger, anger leads to hate, hate leads to rmarkdown https://t.co/GEd5rKuhKW

boB “Just one more thing.” Rudis (@hrbrmstr; 32): More of this pls #rstats. Great post by @jmablog on extending {bookdown} (well, rly pandoc) capabilities with a little bit of @lualang // Pandoc Filters in Bookdown https://t.co/kNrBMMszRa

Thomas ‘Fredo’ Hütter (@DerFredo; 32): » R posted on R-bloggers: Pandoc filters in Bookdown #rstats https://t.co/6J3xGyWn9Y

FRiveraMarianiPhD (@friveramariani; 31): We just revised our @riplrt lab manual. We will be 4ever grateful to @mariam_s_aly’s @NatureNews article about revising our labs’ expectations w/ a degree of students’ freedom to discover themselves. Refer to the acknowledgement section for the article. > https://t.co/I9pwUPk3dZ

UO Data Services (@UODataServices; 30): @tiff_degroot @rstatstweet R Markdown: The Definitive Guide https://t.co/e4G1cALMIP

Vikram_Singh Rawat (@Guru_GyanKhoji; 22): @c__constantine https://t.co/hE7PtrUpLg is the best one for #rstats there are so many books that can’t be replicated anywhere else. Plus YouTube channels like > Mlverse RConsortium WhyR Shiny dev series Data science Dojo Tidytuesday > These are enough resources for every beginners and advance user

Alfonso Chang (@AlfonsoChangM; 22): Para toda especialidad, si están trabajando con datos y desean usar “R” como lenguaje de procesamiento, les recomiendo intensamente darse una vuelta por esta web: https://t.co/7CZMF5Ggpb Encontrarán los mejor libro digitales para Data Science, gráficas, etc. #Rstats (15)

Mike Mahoney (@MikeMahoney218; 21): @CedScherer @rstats_tweets believe you’re looking for code_folding: show (though no idea if it’s supported by distill) https://t.co/d4oyTYZx1P

Max Kuhn (@topepos; 21): @PawarBI @JFPuget @KunalSu43871525 Absolutely. Don’t select then resample. > The best reference is https://t.co/exZ0OJHe2c > We discuss it a lot here https://t.co/ZahVTSCeVV > I’ve made this error before; it’s easy to do.

Ousmane Ouedraogo (@oousmane_11; 21): The Tidyverse Cookbook https://t.co/eBNdvZcpIx #rmarkdown #bookdown

Siro Fritzmann (@siironimo; 20): @ijeamaka_a @xieyihui, @chrisderv, and @EmilyRiederer have a great chapter in their R Markdown Cookbook regarding R package citation (https://t.co/P32yHT4gf7). The best thing, cite all loaded packages directly to a .bib file with knitr::write_bib.

Bookdown.Ng (@Bookdown_Ng; 20): t’s the weekend and we have grill vendors on https://t.co/uP8inVWcFa Catfish Chicken Asun Beef Pork Snails we have got you covered place your orders today at https://t.co/uP8inVWcFa and unwind for the weekend with friends and family https://t.co/fn4iahOW04

Hacker News 100 (@newsyc100; 20): R Markdown: The Definitive Guide https://t.co/DrVK5DMdMu (https://t.co/oKd5RTe1gi)

Hacker News (@HNTweets; 20): R Markdown: The Definitive Guide: https://t.co/y4KZtpIJWE Comments: https://t.co/OsSh2Vgjp6

Lisa Bauer (@lis_bauer; 20): Smart people out there I need your help! I’m writing my MSc with #bookdown in #rstudio & would like to know: what’s your recommendation for tables? My current choice can be a real pain for large tables. Do you have any better suggestions? Thanks! #AcademicTwitter #ScienceTwitter https://t.co/lHHWuVYFJV

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 11): Add all bib files from a directory to bookdown #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/fn75jgsLA6

Emily Riederer (@EmilyRiederer; 10): @EpiEllie I recently used a credit to preorder Explanatory Model Analysis too. Hasn’t come out yet but sounds like another good one (bookdown for it looked promising)

neregauzak (@neregauzak; 10): @jjgibaja @runjaj Pero bueno! Aunque solo sea como usuario pasivo, con la de material bueno que se puede consultar! https://t.co/O73LIt2Jfn

Hacker News記事題日本語翻訳 (@hackernewsj; 10): Rマークダウン:決定的なガイド https://t.co/tCeo0AITNB

Vikram_Singh Rawat (@Guru_GyanKhoji; 10): @matloff @AvrahamAdler @michaeltyoung3 @rstatstweet @statquant @MattDowle @rdatatable This is the layout I came up with… We could write a chapter each with our name on top… > Let me know if you liked it ?? > https://t.co/SWtBQvWAdc

Murat Öztürkmen (@mozturkmen; 10): @mhsatman En azindan bir bookdown iyi olur Hocam. 👌

Roldán García (@Alcarendor; 10): @vickileekx_ Yep, con Bookdown en concreto. En general muy bien y cómodo, pero cuando hay tantísimas tablas (de media, 2 por página) hace a veces overflow, se cambian de sección… Hay que estar mirando con lupa que cada tabla está donde le toca y no donde el compilador prefiere.

Andrew Brown (@humus_rocks; 10): @Esclaponr @rstatstweet https://t.co/QfHy14cvE0

Emi Tanaka 🌾 (@statsgen; 10): @rmflight @FedeBioinfo I reckon you should go distill than a bookdown. The “listing” feature makes it easier to list your posts in distill

claudîus (@dataclaudius; 0/5): Pandoc filters in Bookdown via #rbloggers #rstats #datascience https://t.co/NkuiubZ7DA

andrea panizza (@unsorsodicorda; 0/3): Hi tweepts! Which is the #Python alternative to #RStats bookdown? https://t.co/db8nAkTBVm ? cc @choldgraf @jakevdp

Make Use of Data (@MakeUseofData; 0/2): A great resource for #learning about #forecasting: Forecasting: Principles and Practice https://t.co/LwsTImzooW #rmarkdown #bookdown


#Prediction #ml #MachineLearning #Python #OpenSource

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): Embed data files in bookdown #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/bg6nMsEGzD

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): Bookdown and table cross-references #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/FhSMBwKIU2

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): CSS and R markdown (bookdown). How can I use a CSS to build css boxes without changing the overall template? #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/8LSSRvOXQG

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): r bookdown favicon works offline but not online #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/65Y114Gskh

Satya (@mohapsat; 0/1): R Markdown: The Definitive Guide https://t.co/tiHwDzcTMX #AI #news #tech

HN Front Page (@hn_frontpage; 0/1): R Markdown: The Definitive Guide L: https://t.co/Mp4OswxvCb C: https://t.co/vcflpSlEoZ

Benbinbin (@Benbinbin_fun; 0/1): #数据可视化 #DataVisualization #d3js BookDown is an enhance bookmarks manager Chrome extension. Power by D3.js to visualize the hierarchy data, you can browse the bookmarks fast and conveniently. Website: https://t.co/DXjiuOTiaK https://t.co/OB79smPKeZ

SQL-Opa (@SQLGrandpa; 0/1): R-Bloggers : Pandoc filters in Bookdown #rstats https://t.co/evdJosuuPg

Alfonso Chang (@AlfonsoChangM; 0/1): Y ya si lo que necesitas es más que un reporte, hacer tu propio libro de texto con Bookdown sería una gran idea: https://t.co/ty8eEH13Dz El producto final podría ser un libro digital en html o en pdf. #RStats (55)

Alfonso Chang (@AlfonsoChangM; 0/1): R Markdown que sirve para trabajar informes automatizados integrados con el código de análisis. https://t.co/rAZoyAdNW7 #RStats (45)


tj mahr 🍍🍕 (@tjmahr; 15626): new #rstats blog post: Lists are my secret weapon for reporting stats with knitr https://t.co/pgYfATpjQ6

R-bloggers (@Rbloggers; 378): Lists are my secret weapon for reporting stats with knitr {https://t.co/b9ZnlyfEDv} #rstats #DataScience

HoxoMaxwell! ☃ 🌃 (@Maxwell_110; 356): これかなり良いですね! > モデリングの際に数式を確認しながらやることができるのでしょーもないミスを無くせそう 😄 線形混合効果モデル(lme4::lmer)でも動作を確認 👍 R Markdown で knitr のレンダリングも効くのだけど, > > tex_preview(extract_eq(mod1)) > で,Viewer でも表示してくれるみたい https://t.co/BrodBW5388 https://t.co/TvzJHJ3Oul

Steve Pederson (@StevePederson8; 70): Today’s workflowr tip: Instead of the same setup chunk in each Rmarkdown document declaring the knit parameters, add these to your .Rprofile file so it’s executed when every Rmd file is compiled to html. For example, try adding knitr::opts_chunk$set(echo = TRUE, message = FALSE)

R Weekly Live (@rweekly_live; 66): Lists are my secret weapon for reporting stats with knitr #rstats #datascience https://t.co/jZ9P83XwBr

Theo Sanderson (@theosanderson; 41): @lukejostins Knitr notebook to doc? https://t.co/ZjW7iDYL9o

Vincent Cannataro (@VinCannataro; 31): @robjohnnoble For my virtual data analytics class, I started using knitr to create slides directly from RMarkdown docs https://t.co/WTTAXas5eh . Supports beamer + latex notation, plus can output directly to HTML instead (w/ interactive HTML widgets like plotly or DT).

Thomas ‘Fredo’ Hütter (@DerFredo; 21): Higher Order Functions posted on R-bloggers: Lists are my secret weapon for reporting stats with knitr #rstats https://t.co/aap1kChp67

atusy (@Atsushi776; 20): ref.labelを使ってチャンクを再利用する時に、チャンクオプションも再利用できるよう、with_opts関数を導入するPR。ref.labelまで使う人はあまり見ないけど、知ってる範囲だと @u_ribo さんかな。 https://t.co/1vkj5MbcsO

yoni sidi (@yoniceedee; 20): @lisa_reiber @patilindrajeets It has it’s own knitr chunk engine. So it can behave seamlessly in rmds. https://t.co/vKNOE9hEhl

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 12): Error when running knitr after update of RStudio and R #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/h6cpJhfIpp

Will Lowe (@conjugateprior; 10): @thosjleeper Sounds like this would be best done by commandeering some bits of knitr. If you find out how to make an AST or similar, I’d love to know!

Thom Quinn (@tpq; 10): @PhilippBayer An actually useful tip is… > sink(“mylatextable.txt”) knitr::kable(mydataframe, “latex”) sink() [↪](https://twitter.com/tpq/status/1357565410111934466)

Angie Harmon’s hair (@dan_p_simpson; 10): @fusaroli Yep. One particularly wild one was fixed by installing knitr…

claudîus (@dataclaudius; 0/5): Lists are my secret weapon for reporting stats with knitr via #rbloggers #rstats #datascience https://t.co/dBzvJXvAaR

Data Scientists (@DataScientistsF; 0/3): Lists are my secret weapon for reporting stats with knitr - https://t.co/kYkA0NSgpu - thanks @RichardEudes #DataScience #DS,#BigData,#MachineLearning,#Statistics,#Analytics #DataScience

Ulrich Aꜩ (@ulrichatz; 0/2): An #rstats question: what are the different R -> publication table workflows? > 1. R Markdown via knitr, rinse and repeat 2. LaTeX export, then LaTeX magic 3. Officeverse, hope for the best 4. Copypasta, despair 5. Other ??

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): knitr cannot find pdflatex when creating pdf from shiny app #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/gO7BYaoPq2

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): Custom language engine on Knitr #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/h3VBElhOUD

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): running pytest in RMarkdown knitr pipeline? #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/Yhoxz4yIxy


Emil Hvitfeldt (@Emil_Hvitfeldt; 43562): I’m very excited to announce a new package I have been working on {xaringancolor} > Seamlessly use colors across text, code, and equations in #xaringan slides ✨ > https://t.co/ZefbN0IQ0H #rstats https://t.co/3bLkes7aD6

Daniel Anderson (@datalorax; 7918): A few years ago developed a package to convert PowerPoint slides to #rstats #xaringan slides (see gif). I still believe in the package but I just don’t have time for it. If anyone is interested in taking over, I’d be happy to have that convo. https://t.co/jck4z0eTMU https://t.co/16SSn717wb [↪](https://twitter.com/datalorax/status/1357184005242716162)

Zoë Turner (@Letxuga007; 227): I’ve been copying over the @NHSrCommunity #rstats intro slides to {xaringan} and now published the first few on my new shiny ✨Hugo Apero ✨site after attending the rstudio::global workshop by @apreshill https://t.co/2aMt9gpiRC #KeepGlobalGoing Very much work in progress 😃 https://t.co/1gxyhGCp8b

Samuel Workman (@SamuelGWorkman; 101): @ProfessaJay Latex - Beamer, @rstudio /rmarkdown - ioslides, slidy, revealjs, and xaringan.

Charlie 🧑‍🎤 (@charliejhadley; 22): Is it possible to have two viewers in one RStudio session? #rstats > Use case: writing a {xaringan} presentation with the moon reader on while also wanting to iterate on a {htmlwidget} like a {DT} table

Vincent Cannataro (@VinCannataro; 20): @robjohnnoble Granted, the course is more about learning to understand/transform data (with R) and less about the math(s)/stats, so keeping everything in R made sense because I can clearly show code–>output. I am using https://t.co/mZMw7nUtn6 .

Dr. John Paul Helveston (@JohnHelveston; 20): @brshallo @grrrck @EvaMaeRey Oh cool! Want to join forces? It seems there is clearly a need for better ways to generate different outputs from xaringan slides.

Tyler Johnson (@tylerinoklahoma; 10): @AKHicklin @SamuelGWorkman Ask your doctor if Xaringan is right for you.

Giovanni Pavolini (@gpavolini; 10): @SamuelGWorkman @rstats4ds @ProfessaJay @rstudio R + xaringan

Silvia Canelón (@spcanelon; 10): @Letxuga007 That makes me so happy! ☺️ And I agree, xaringan is a good place to sink a lot of fun time haha. Your Apéro site looks so lovely! I’m patiently waiting for the official release so I can dive into the documentation and transition my site. I may come to you for pointers!

Zoë Turner (@Letxuga007; 10): @spcanelon This means so much to me! Thanks for the retweet and thanks too for setting me on the xaringan path! It’s very addictive but so much fun 😊

Stefano Mezzini (he/him)🌱🕊🏴🏳️‍🌈 (@StefanoMezzini; 10): Decided to update #RStudio, but didn’t expect the ioslides theme to change 😫 > So I’m now delving into #xaringan and figuring out how to use CSS 😬 > (This is a remainder to avoid updating things when you have deadlines 🙃)

Andrew Heiss (@andrewheiss; 10): @tjmahr Ha, I made that slide there in January 2020 before I moved everything to xaringan, so I syntax highlighted everything there by hand in PowerPoint using a viridis palette. My xaringan version is less viridis-y, sadly: https://t.co/iKWEZra4TZ

Ledgerdomain (@fredfribe; 10): @Ke_Potencia E vamos de xaringan https://t.co/ohEWUxFffp

Shir Dekel (@shirdekel; 0/2): Check out my AMPC 2021 talk (with @MicahGoldwater, et al.)! > Made using @xieyihui’s {xaringan} #RStats. > Statistics vs. semantics: Project similarity bias and variance neglect in forecast metric evaluation | @socmathpsych #iccmpsyched https://t.co/qA1V7X9F6x


Zhe Wu (@realwuzhe; 40): 这是我在网上见过的最佳中文排版 > https://t.co/kqtrsBC1tl https://t.co/tVuVUiFPYO

Matthew J. Oldach, M.Sc. (@MattOldach; 20): @yjunechoe @thomas_neitmann Good point about the issues (and lack of reproducibility) with DOTFILES. Missing a trailing newline in .Rprofile causes issues too! https://t.co/J6Qx2yIyRC