This is mind-blowingly comprehensive! 🤯 A 150-page document that catalogs pretty much every possible way one can run a one-way anova in #rstats and carry out related analyses (visualizations, pairwise comparisons, etc.):



Indrajeet Patil (@patilindrajeets; 49799): This is mind-blowingly comprehensive! 🤯 > A 150-page document that catalogs pretty much every possible way one can run a one-way anova in #rstats and carry out related analyses (visualizations, pairwise comparisons, etc.): >

Liam Revell (@phytools_liam; 21731): Look at this beautiful figure made by Peter Mikula (@birder158) et al. with the help of #phytools plotting methods. #Rstats. Check out the full article here:

Dr. Ganapathi Pulipaka (@gp_pulipaka; 105104): A Book List of #Mathematics, #CPP, and #Statistics. #BigData #Analytics #DataScience #IoT #IIoT #Python #RStats #TensorFlow #Java #JavaScript #ReactJS #GoLang #CloudComputing #Serverless #DataScientist #Linux #Books #Programming #Coding #100DaysofCode

Dr. Ganapathi Pulipaka (@gp_pulipaka; 86117): Neural Network For Beginners. #BigData #Analytics #DataScience #AI #MachineLearning #IoT #IIoT #PyTorch #Python #RStats #TensorFlow #Java #JavaScript #ReactJS #GoLang #CloudComputing #Serverless #DataScientist #Linux #Programming #Coding #100DaysofCode


curso-r (@curso_r; 238): Gostou do nosso vídeo ensinando a fazer um blog usando R e distill? Gostou mas ainda não criou seu portfólio online? Fizemos outro vídeo para te ajudar, dessa vez usando o pacote blogdown. Confira: > #datascience #rstats #blogdown

Shannon Pileggi (@PipingHotData; 153): this exchange w/ @apreshill was just one year ago! and now she has ✨TWO ✨recorded #rstats talks touching on blogdown 🛠️, both of which are so good i could (and should!) re-watch and still learn something new! thank you!! 🙏🙏🙏

Kelly Bodwin (@KellyBodwin; 120): When #blogdown won’t build your site and you don’t know why and the template has updated recently anyways…

Shannon Pileggi (@PipingHotData; 82): 1⃣ “Sharing on short notice” 2020 @apreshill & @dcossyle webinar about rmarkdown, distill, bookdown, blogdown

Ido Klein עדו קליין (@idoklein1; 70): כל זאת ועוד ניתן לקרוא במחברת הזאת(כולל מפה אינטראקטיבית), שהייתה אמורה להיות בלוג פוסט מושקע, אבל אני פשוט נתקל ביותר מדי תקלות טכניות עם blogdown שאין לי כוח להשקיע בזה עוד. אולי @Amit_Levinson יעזור לי יום אחד להתגבר על הפחד.

Tyler Fricker (@TylerFricker; 60): My website got a blogdown facelift. Check it out!

Yihui Xie (@xieyihui; 50): @PipingHotData @KellyBodwin Could you share more info about this problem in a Github issue I’m asking because I wonder if blogdown::check_site() can be made smart enough to diagnose the problem and tell you possible solutions. Thanks!

Shannon Pileggi (@PipingHotData; 40): 2⃣ “The download” 2020 @apreshill LA R Users recent updates in the R Markdown family (distill, blogdown, bookdown, xaringan)

Dr Behrooz Hassani-M (@behrooz_hm; 31): Publicly available data on building permits, international trade, banks, jobs, retail, mortgages, and … made available to the public through easy to use interactive visualisations. #rstat #blogdown #DataVisualization #publicdata #coffeeandplot

Kelly Bodwin (@KellyBodwin; 30): @xieyihui @PipingHotData I’m pretty certain this isn’t blogdown’s fault - I changed a bunch of the site content and couldn’t figure out which change broke it. I’m using Apero and I’ve had blogdown updated from the start; I don’t think it’s a Hugo clash issue.

Kyle Cuilla (@kc_analytics; 30): Should I convert my personal site from #blogdown to #distill? 🤔

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 22): Why does blogdown::serve_site() take so long on my website? #tidyverse #rstats

CRAN Package Updates (@CRANberriesFeed; 22): CRAN updates: blogdown butcher ipred L0Learn StratigrapheR tinytex xaringan #rstats

Carlos Gil Bellosta (@gilbellosta; 21): {blogdown}: Optimise PNG Image Size

Gianluca Baio (@gianlubaio; 20): Am I becoming a master at blogdown?… 🤔🤔

Timothy Keyes (@timothykeyes; 20): @davidasilva The R community is growing in ways that are pretty surprising. There are tools for webscraping (like rvest) now that work pretty well, and obviously blogdown etc. will even build websites for you, which blows my mind. Its core is statistics but also now a lot more.

Kyle Cuilla (@kc_analytics; 20): @RCoderWeb That’s a good way to look at it. Think I’m going to stick with blogdown so I don’t lose the flexibility 👍

Tobias Stalder (@toeb18; 20): @kc_analytics So time management-wise stay with blogdown. Learning-wise migrate to distill :-)

R CODER (@RCoderWeb; 20): @kc_analytics I think this will depend on your web development abilities. If you prefer something less flexible but more stable choose distill rather than blogdown

Claus Wilke (@ClausWilke; 20): I also think that many (but not all) of these issues are already addressed in the R community through the wide range of *down packages, such as bookdown, packagedown, blogdown, etc. 4/n

Yohan J. Rodríguez (@hasdid; 11): #R #Automated | {blogdown}: Optimise PNG Image Size

Hermínio Sabino (@Herminio_Sabino; 11): @curso_r Ótimos vídeo. Fiz um pequeno esboço de um blog no distill (portfólio) e um no blogdown (Para minha esposa sobre culinária) Mas, ainda tenho que desenvolver melhor a parte de criar os posts e melhorar o visual.

Cassi Wattenburger (@CJWattenburger; 10): @jananiharan @NancyRuizU @OpenAcademics @AcademicChatter Yup! I’ve been messing around with the blogdown and hugo packages in RStudio to make a website. It’s totally free and there’s a ton of nice templates to base your website on.

Michael Dorman (@MichaelDorman84; 10): @meijin007 (מקור:

Matti Vuorre (@vuorre; 10): @tjmahr I wouldn’t use blogdown anymore given the choices we have now. distill just works, and is pretty.

tj mahr 🍍🍕 (@tjmahr; 10): @vuorre ehhh mostly it’s too late to change to blogdown now. it is nice having to only rely on knitr though

Dr. Robert M Flight, PhD (@rmflight; 10): @neilfws Sometimes it’s the pain in the butt arguing with the tech stack and updates. > That was where I got to w/ {blogdown}, and spent 2 weeks converting over to {distill}, and wrote a couple of posts this past week, and it was sooo easy!

Yihui Xie (@xieyihui; 10): @flynnpolsci When in doubt, run blogdown::check_site(): If that doesn’t solve your problem, please feel free to ask on RStudio Community (with a reprex). Thanks!

coral marlene (@coralmarlene1; 10): I have launched my own website, made in @rstudio with @xieyihui’s excellent #blogdown package, with that dream of a cat cafe in mind! > It will mostly be a blog about carnivore (mostly felid) ecology and conservation, with the occasional “fun” article!

Kyle Cuilla (@kc_analytics; 10): @VanschaikJack I started to switch over but stopped because it was taking longer than I expected. If I was starting a blog from scratch I would definitely go with distill because it’s slick and easy like you said, but since my blogdown site is already up I’m just going to stick with it for now

Kyle Cuilla (@kc_analytics; 10): @toeb18 Thanks yeah I think I’ll probably just stick with blogdown for now to save myself some time 😅

Jack (@VanschaikJack; 10): @kc_analytics I’ve been wondering the same thing myself. Distill looks really slick and easy to use but I’m already entrenched in blogdown. I’ll be curious what you think of it if you switch.

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): Data collection abilities in blogdown websites? #tidyverse #rstats

M. E. Flynn (@flynnpolsci; 0/1): Ok, first problem solved. > On to the second: Anyone using Hugo Academic encounter an issue where blogdown blog posts drafted using Rmd files don’t render figures from code chunks? #rstats


Indrajeet Patil (@patilindrajeets; 13919): If you know a bit of CSS, the sky is the limit for how much you can customize #rmarkdown outputs. 🌈 > For example, this quick demo shows how I can write custom css to use my favorite font (Google’s RobotoCondensed) for the text body. 🔤 > For more: > #rstats

Tom Mock (@thomas_mock; 715): Did you know that you can interactively set a password in {RMarkdown} via parameters? > Code: > Learn more about parameterized {RMarkdown}: - - > More on Security: - > #fastRstats #rstats

Indrajeet Patil (@patilindrajeets; 288): In case you missed it, you can specify df_print argument in #rmarkdown YAML to specify your preferred method for printing dataframes! 📄 > > And, if you like none of these, there is always @haozhu233’s kableExtra! 🤩 > > #rstats

Joao (@KimJoaoUn; 242): This @_ColinFay is one of the best R books I’ve ever seen, it fills a gap in the Shiny literature. Glad to see it is publicly available to the community. > Engineering Production-Grade Shiny Apps #rmarkdown #bookdown

ricken (@rickenbear; 188): 国里先生のおかげでRstudioの日本語入力ができるようになった思い出 > 9 TWS: R Markdownで日本語論文を書いてみよう! | 今日からできる再現可能な論文執筆 #rmarkdown #bookdown #TokyoR

Matt Worthington (@mrworthington; 95): #rstats folks: was chatting with my friend @NoorahAlhasan today and she showed me a tool called Anyone know of anything like this that integrates with #bookdown or #rmarkdown? > cc: @apreshill @thomas_mock @xieyihui

Jack Dougherty (@DoughertyJack; 93): Quick video on how we created our #OpenAccess book “Hands-On Data Visualization” with @rstudio #bookdown @zotero @github Learn more at Happy #OEWeek 2021 @ilyankou @handsondataviz Thanks @xieyihui

Lisa DeBruine 🏳️‍🌈 (@LisaDeBruine; 60): You can also use the glossary in your own R markdown and #bookdown documents. >

Vikram_Singh Rawat (@Guru_GyanKhoji; 51): @jakub_nowosad has good lectures on shiny… From beginners to advanced…. That’s the first place I would suggest any beginner. Then there is a book written by @hadleywickham which is available on for free.

Tessa L. Johnson (@tessajolee; 50): Every time I take @Dr_J_Rob’s Modern Longitudinal Data Analysis workshop @EDMSatUMD I learn something new! > If you want to get started analyzing your longitudinal data, check out the @NCME38 guide we made: > > #rmarkdown #bookdown

Dr David Jeffery (@DrDavidJeffery; 41): Still, one thing I learnt from my PhD is that that it’s better to have something that’s pretty good than hold out forever for something that might be perfect - because most likely it doesn’t exist. > Next up: teach myself Bookdown. Because life isn’t simple, even if I am. #rstats

Dr David Jeffery (@DrDavidJeffery; 40): Today I’m tackling bookdown and Zotero integration, and tidying up the references after the painful extraction of the bibliography from Word. > Everything except writing the damn book.

Radhikesh (@rRadhikesh; 32): #rstats I have to create a pdf report using Rmarkdown.
Confused between pagedown and bookdown? Any suggestions? #rmarkdown

Christophe Dervieux (@chrisderv; 30): @dmi3k This is a strong recommandation to “only use alphanumeric characters (a-z, A-Z and 0-9) and dashes (-) in labels, because they are not special characters and will surely work for all output formats.” ( e.g using _ can cause issues with referencing figures

Philipp Boersch-Supan (@pboesu; 30): @IanJonsen knitting to docx with a style reference is the least painful way I’ve found so far > (but there are always a bunch of manual edits to do in the end)

藤島喜嗣 Yoshitsugu Fujishima (@gsd9720; 23): “Doing Meta-Analysis in R : A Hands-on Guide”(Harrer, M., Cuijpers, P., Furukawa,T.A., Ebert, D.D.) > > #春の方法論セミナー

Jonathan Trattner (@jdtrat; 21): @apreshill @rstudio @allison_horst Oh, and the new Visual Rmarkdown editor really lets you “c” your results “asis”!😄 > - Puns from the knitr engines:

Iain (@routineactivity; 20): @OwenTheAnalyst Need to clean up and add to a blog/Kaggle or something. Resources found helpful for pulling together @r_solymosi earlier post; this one (Python) and @lexcomber

Gabriel Boechat (@gab_boechat; 20): @RaphaoMarshall @renanrotorres Outros bons livros mais avançados e específicos: >

Thomas Michem (@michemt; 20): @rRadhikesh Bookdown is more straightforward markdown to pdf (via LateX engine). Pagedown is more html pages that can then be printed (e.g. print in Chrome). Bookdown more pure Rmd, pagedown more html/css. Bookdown more explicit in separate files for chapters etc.

Jae Yeon Kim (@JaeJaeykim2; 20): Also, I started managing the course using GitHub classroom and created my own textbook using bookdown. I guess that it’s standard practice these days. The assignments I created are all auto-graded and I focus on providing individualized feedback for students (i.e., code review).

jose gregorio (@josegre81267921; 19): #28Feb ETIQUETA DEL DÍA #PrevenirEsSalud #CombatientesDigitales Efemérides Open bookDown pointing backhand index Termina la Guerra del Golfo (1991)._


@Mippcivzla > @JosMoli50834701


Grover V@squez (@grovervas; 11): Si ya deseas realizar #Reportes profesionales en R, y empezar a documentar tu código, recomiendo el libro “R Markdown Cookbook”. >

Chris Buxton (@infomagix; 10): @spcanelon @NHSrCommunity My R is very rusty, I recently attempted using bookdown to write a PhD assignment, but spent more time learning syntax than writing the actual words 😌, I’ll definitely have a look thanks for the heads up 👍

Tessa L. Johnson (@tessajolee; 10): And feel free to pass along any bugs you find in the #bookdown page (linked above) or the #shinyapp R tutorial (linked below) - coding errors are all mine 😅🙊 >

Houston H Haynes (@h3techdev; 10): @DrDavidJeffery @rstats4ds I’ve only used Rmd (blogdiwn) for HTML/web output but there’s an actual bookdown library and I imagine that would be a good starting point.

Luis Anunciacao (@Neuropsic; 0/2): #Rstats when I try to compile/render a pdf_book from #gitbook #bookdown, it fails because I have a style.css with custom divs / HTML that I use in HTML version of the book. Any solution for that?

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): Slow R Markdown Bookdown pdf generation #tidyverse #rstats


Titus von der Malsburg 🚛 (@tmalsburg; 272): For myself and students, I’ve created a rudimentary Knitr/LaTeX template for APA-style articles. Suggestions for improvements welcome. >

R Function A Day (@rfunctionaday; 236): No matter the programming language I code in, I rarely wish to leave the comfort zone of #rmarkdown 🏡 > But how does one check details about the languages currently supported? Using the {knit_engine} function from {knitr} 🧶 > > #rstats #DataScience

R posts you might have missed! (@icymi_r; 1711): ✍️📷 Selecting the correct image file type > 👤 Jumping Rivers @jumping_uk
> 🔗 #rstats #datascience

Titus von der Malsburg 🚛 (@tmalsburg; 92): The knitr template for APA articles now comes with instructions for Windows and RStudio. Thanks to @ecpankratz.

Lorenzo Bertola (@ItsFrogday; 62): Hello Twitterverse, > I am giving a presentation for @CoderTsv on #knitr. Both for yourself, to better keep track your work, and for publication, to provide reproducible code and clear supplementary. > Do you have some good examples from the literature I could show? 12

Layla Bouzoubaa 🌎🇲🇦 (@Bouzoulay; 51): @allison_horst @apreshill @rstudio {rmarkdown} is an R package where you can combine your thoughts, written in markdown, and R code in one file. In combination with the {knitr} package, you export that file into many formats such as HTML, PDF or Microsoft Word’s .docx.

New River Investments Inc. (@NewRiverInvest; 50): @ernietedeschi the worst part about having a hard drive failure was having to “upgrade” my 10 year old acrobat to a recent version which is absolute garbage. using Rmarkdown/knitr (which you can compile to LaTeX) is the only sane way to do LaTex imho.

Miles McBain (@MilesMcBain; 30): @rmflight @Hao_and_Y I am kind of interested in the intermediate space {fusen} occupies for small projects: > > Unfortunately I don’t think I could go back to {knitr} cache from {drake} or {targets} but if {knitr} could be backed by a cache with similar ammenties… interesting!

Chen Xing (@chenjxing; 23): Awesome trick to simplify inline reporting in #rmarkdown. #rstats

Andi Fugard (@InductiveStep; 20): @bvdbirds Try NCmisc:: > If it’s markdown, first zap the .Rmd file with knitr::purl to make an .R file

Robert Mitchell V (@RobertMitchellV; 20): @kindlyplease @forestgregg @hunter_owens The difficulty is that when people think about Rmd, they’re also adding in knitr as well. It takes both of them to work. > I did see a couple new things that I haven’t heard of before that could be good though: > jupytext ( knitty (

Lauren Kennedy (@jazzystats; 20): @AndyPerfors @camjpatrick So I had a student who fell in this category and Rstudio DID work for them but not all R packages. For everything other than knitr alternative packages/approaches were possible. Honestly w/o computer labs on campuses open there are massive potential equity issues.

Shan Huang (@ShanHuang_ec; 20): @DanielGraeber @causalinf @paulnovosad For R I know that there is the knitr package that you could likely use with a local git clone of your Overleaf project. > (I never got to try it out though, always working on a remote server 😅)

Michael Pinus (@Michael_Pinus; 10): @patilindrajeets My only grief with this is that if the current chuck has a name, this exact name is also copied to the new chunk, and knitr errors and complains that there are duplicate chunk names. But as for creating new chunck, it super!

Benjamin Gowan (@Benjaming_G; 10): @tladeras Great way to show that. I remember early in my knitr learning being so confused until I realized getwd() in a chunk and in the console were different.

tj mahr 🍍🍕 (@tjmahr; 10): @jgeller_phd @ChelseaParlett it works well for prose. but eventually, you have to do things two ways to get tables, figures, and title pages right > if (knitr:::is_latex_output()) { # latex version } else { # html version }

Rプログラマたん (@cppfriendsbot; 10): 私はこぎれいなスライドより、実行結果を埋め込んだ R Markdown -> knitr -> HTML で伝えたいですわ

Thomas Pellard (@ThomasPellard; 10): @nakagawanatsuko これも試さないと。Rmarkdownは使っていますがやはり複雑な組み版は直接テフでやった方が楽でknitrでRコードもテフファイルの中に埋め込めます

JeMScu / Lukas (@Jemus42; 10): @apreshill @rstudio @allison_horst Hypothesis: The complexity of the “build process” with the half a dozen tools involved is… Daunting. Is it a markdown syntax problem? A knitr thing? A pandoc issue? An HTML issue? Oh dear lord, is it gasp a LaTeX problem? Can tinytex fix it? Or was it a code error after all?

Christian Glez. (@chrglez; 10): Dejo algunos enlaces de @StackOverflow @StackTeX, páginas de @github (🙏benditos foros) donde saqué información para poder usar #pgfplot y #gnuplot en #xarinagan. > Uso de la opción ‘-shell-escape’ con #knitr Crear tu propio engine:

Christian Glez. (@chrglez; 10): Y para rizar el rizo para alguna gráficas usé un programa externo como es #gnuplot Peeeeeeeero para ello hay que renderizar con la opción ‘-shell-escape’ de pdflatex. Para eso hay que incluirla en las opciones generales de knitr.

dansbrain (@wheresdansbrain; 10): Notebook entry: knitr/RMarkdown

Dr. Robert M Flight, PhD (@rmflight; 10): @Hao_and_Y As I suggested in the post, packages as analyses feel like they take a ton of discipline to keep up, and we don’t get caching outside of whatever {knitr} provides. > If we want further simplicity, we’d have to go back to make running R scripts ….

Michał Pilch (@DSL_power; 10): @SherrianneNg @rstatstweet knitr::opts_chunk$set(opts.label=“kill_prefix”) from topic:

boneco de meia análise de dados Eireli (@PedrooCava; 10): @brodriguesco data %>% head() %>% knitr::kable() should do it

Braeden Van Deynze (@BVanDeynze; 0/1): I would love to try this. I’ve been using knitr to spin reports directly from my draft scripts these days and it makes it much easier to track how I did what. Imagine flipping a switch for echo=TRUE on every paper you read! #OpenScience


Shigeru ONO (@shig_ono; 50): 最近なんか気分が滅入る→よし気分転換にRを再インストールしてパッケージも全部入れ直そう→rmarkdownをpdf出力しようとするとtinytexが止まるようになったぞ→tinytexとw32texの競合という泥沼にはまる… こうして私は半日無駄にした。振り返ると「気分転換に再インストール」という発想がおかしい

Ken Butler (@KenButler12; 10): @majmurr I only use LaTeX through R Markdown these days, and installing the tinytex package seems to be working for me.

Stuart Lee (@_StuartLee; 10): @majmurr If you’re primarily working just with R/Rmd I think tinytex is all you need nowadays

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): Errors installing TinyTeX for rmarkdown: Can’t spawn “cmd.exe”: No such file or directory & unsupported container format #tidyverse #rstats


Maya Gans (@Mayacelium; 1376): Shamelessly looking for validation that spending an hour making this one #rstats xaringan slide was not a waste of time 🤣

R posts you might have missed! (@icymi_r; 13535): ✍️ Sharing Your Work with xaringan | An Introduction to xaringan for Presentations: The Basics and Beyond. > 👤 Silvia Canelón @spcanelon
> 🔗 #rstats #datascience

magdalena bennett (@maibennett; 762): I’m thinking of writing a brief tutorial called “Pretty Xaringan slides for someone who knows shit about HTML and css: An autobiographical journey of trial and error”. I think it’ll be a hit.

Emil Hvitfeldt (@Emil_Hvitfeldt; 360): Started using child documents in xaringan slides to contain my setup, and now the first slide start around line 15 instead of 100

Yphtach Lelkes (@ylelkes; 60): @stevenwwebster @psmaldino it so so much easier to use, and if publisher needs word, it’s one click (through pandoc), versus a headache when you use latex. also, beamer, imo, doesn’t look very good. i make slides in like xaringan and it looks like i know what I’m doing

LechayDrunk 3000 (@Chaysler2; 50): Não e maconha Faltei a terapia e liberei meu xaringan -lechaydrunk-

Andrew Charles Baker (@Andrew_Baker; 50): @dan_p_simpson the fact that a space after “–” for transitions makes it not work with xaringan is tres annoying [↪](

Andrew Charles Baker (@Andrew_Baker; 50): I was super stoked about the xaringan self_contained: true option until I realized it didn’t really work if you’re uploading photos. [↪](

Statistik in Dresden (@StatistikInDD; 22): Youtube-Kanal jetzt mit über 100 Videos, überwiegend zu R / #rstats. Zuletzt Variationen zu Präsentations-Formaten: Flexdashboard, Storyboard, Xaringan-Präsentation. Schaut mal vorbei! >

Christian Glez. (@chrglez; 21): Realizadas con el 📦 #xaringan (@xieyihui) de #rstats con el tema #ru_xaringan (@jvcasill).

Christian Glez. (@chrglez; 20): Los gráficos en superficie ya es otro cantar. No te vale con el motor #TikZ por defecto de #xaringan. Tienes que crearte tu propio motor para que acepte el paquete #pgfplots de #LaTeX Hay que añadírselo al chunk con engine.opts.

Christian Glez. (@chrglez; 20): Los gráficos están hechos con #TikZ. Cuenta con un completo manual 📕 en > #xaringan permite trabajar con estos gráficos añadiendo como motor de ejecución a #TikZ en el chunk de R. > Cuesta aprender #TikZ pero los resultados son 🔝

Christian Glez. (@chrglez; 20): 🛠️Fórmulas escritas en #LaTeX y renderizadas por @MathJax No hace falta hacer nada ya que el propio #xaringan te permite trabajar con fórmulas…. solo saber #LaTeX que no es poco😨 y #rmarkdown pero eso es más fácil😀

Samuel Crane (@samuelcrane; 20): @AnthonyTeacher Presentation on xaringan coming up soon

Anthony Schmidt 🌎 📊 (@AnthonyTeacher; 20): @Lluis_Revilla It’s {xaringan} and {flipbookr}! Awesome package @EvaMaeRey !

Layla Bouzoubaa 🌎🇲🇦 (@Bouzoulay; 20): Girl, you don’t need validation 💪🏼 this is beautiful 😍 (Also ashamed to say i spend over an hour on a non xaringan slide sooo) (Also shamelessly gonna ask will this be in a repo somewhere so i can show my students 😁)

“Ben” Byunghwan Son (@Byunghwan_Son; 20): Still a work-in-progress, but I managed to share my #Xaringan slides using #GitHub. Still just started teaching myself both. >

Alexander Huelle (@HuelleAlexander; 10): @echodroff @rstatstweet Why using Powerpoint? Give the phantastic #xaringan or other presentation formats a chance, which u can directly produce in RStudio or frmo the console.

Alex Albright (@AllbriteAllday; 10): @JaeJaeykim2 oh, answering myself here, i see now that one solution is linking like this:

Alex Albright (@AllbriteAllday; 10): @JaeJaeykim2 coming back to this thread because I have 1 reason I feel stuck with beamer: the buttons… do you know a good way to include buttons (that link to appendix slides) with xaringan?

Christian Glez. (@chrglez; 10): @jvcasill @FEET_ULPGC @ULPGC Gracias. Como ves sigo fiel al tema #ru_xaringan. 😎Gracias por compartir tu trabajo.

Ángel L.F. Xogo (@ALFXogo; 10): xaringan: An R package for creating slideshows with cool features. Another alternative to PowerPoint.

Dr. Ajay Koli (@koliajaykr; 10): Awesome #xaringan feature added using #xaringanExtra 👏

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): Problems embedding a leaflet map in a xaringan slide #tidyverse #rstats

Yihui Xie (@xieyihui; 52): @StatnMap @dpprdan @mickaelcanouil @ClausWilke I was going to mention Sebastien’s talk and fusen, and am glad that people already pointed them out. @EmilyRiederer has a related blog post (and also a talk): I also dumped some thoughts here in 2014: