happy birthday Mister Rogers. here's every color of cardigan he wore on the show presented in chronological order #rstats https://t.co/DJBNcxZRTv



Owen Llewellyn Henry Jean Phillips (@owenlhjphillips; 4251845): happy birthday Mister Rogers. here’s every color of cardigan he wore on the show presented in chronological order > #rstats https://t.co/DJBNcxZRTv

Andrew Heiss (@andrewheiss; 38037): Tired: color aesthetic > Wired: fill aesthetic + pch = 21 + color = “white” > #rstats #ggplot https://t.co/oYfpkuTBjT

Ijeamaka A (@ijeamaka_a; 23530): Check out my new #rstats package contouR that I’ve been using to make my (still unnamed) recent series of #rtistry art 🟤🪐🌒 > ⚠️ Don’t make your grid too large or your RStudio will implode. Beauty is pain, pain is comp art requiring tons of memory. > https://t.co/YOfEFqQgNx

Peter Gibson (@SciGibson; 21361): What happens in the tropics doesn’t stay in the tropics. High-res atmospheric water vapor in the Southern Hemisphere #rayshader #AtmosphericRiver #RStats @CW3E_Scripps https://t.co/uilqs04z77

Milos Popovic/Милош Поповић (@milos_agathon; 20671): Today is the International day of forests and I created a tree cover density map of Europe on the local administrative unit (LAU) level, using the most recent satellite data from Copernicus Land Monitoring Service > #ForestDay #Forests #dataviz #DataScience #maps #rstats https://t.co/StPcdu4Ve3

Dirk Eddelbuettel (@eddelbuettel; 19744): New Post: An Ode to Stable Interfaces, and Praise To Base R and R Core > In which I run code I posted fourteen years ago: it works unaltered. That should be cherished, celebrated–and encouraged. We need more examples like this. > https://t.co/9khR7TwRk0 > #rstats #reproducibility https://t.co/BKS0GXjRGs

Dr. Ganapathi Pulipaka (@gp_pulipaka; 129112): Data Science Cheat Sheet 2.0. #BigData #Analytics #DataScience #IoT #IIoT #PyTorch #Python #RStats #TensorFlow #Java #JavaScript #ReactJS #GoLang #CloudComputing #Serverless #DataScientist #Linux #Programming #Coding #100DaysofCode https://t.co/RbIhOO2OiF https://t.co/VGnRnZMxE6


Georg Diez (@GeorgDiez1; 7715): 20.3.20 Doppelbelichtung #blogdown: „Die langen Nachmittage rollen langsam vorwärts, angetrieben von nie enden wollenden eleganten Highballs.“ F. Scott Fitzgerald 1920 während der Spanischen Grippe. „Die Zeit zerreibt sich. Sie zerrinnt. Und löst sich auf.“ 100 Jahre später. Wir. https://t.co/N4hkiPh9sn

Ingrid Zoll (@ingrid_zoll; 173): Thanks to the wonderful tutorial from @apreshill (linked below) I finally have my own #blogdown #hugo page up and running! There is some room for improvement, but you can check it out below! https://t.co/oRRDju3ZV0 #rstats

Georg Diez (@GeorgDiez1; 171): „Ein paar Menschen sitzen in der Sonne, sie essen zu Mittag. Dürfen sie das? Toxischer Hedonismus. Sie reden und lachen. Es sind fünf. Sie sie gut gelaunt oder verantwortungslos? Und wer entscheidet das?“ Heute vor einem Jahr begann ich Blogdown mit Philip Grözinger ⁦ https://t.co/adgPRa0KZr

Federico Pianzola (@fpianz; 140): I’ve got a new website! I decided to highlight the projects I worked on. Created with @rstudio blogdown and @GoHugoIO https://t.co/TSmJNd5GFJ

Shannon Pileggi (@PipingHotData; 72): I’m following @ingrid_zoll > 👀 an undergraduate student with an #rstats {blogdown} site! 🎊 https://t.co/jT4eGr2Tmy

Georg Diez (@GeorgDiez1; 70): @janfleischhauer Na mein kleines unbemerktes Corona-Tagebuch, lieber Jan: https://t.co/aVR9CGAMRb Übrigens sehr empfehlenswert

Luke Miratrix (@LMiratrix; 70): A pie chart for @clconaway (from a tutorial on making blogs with Blogdown): https://t.co/VQ5SkY5gys

Bruno Nicenboim (@bruno_nicenboim; 51): Say that I wrote a post in blogdown/hugo, and I want to know how many people read it… Is there a non evil way to do it? I’m not really happy including google analytics in my website….

Cameron Patrick (@camjpatrick; 40): @mattansb I’ve been meaning to write a blogdown book doing exactly this!

Mark (@MarkGingrass; 32): A quick explanation of what the .gitignore file can help you with with your #R #blogdown #hugo site. > https://t.co/l21FKm5sLu > #rstats #rstudio #rprogramming #programming https://t.co/gAtzLOgR71

jo-sigh-ughhh (@JosiahParry; 30): The way that blogdown handles images is a perpetual mystery. One second it works. The next it doesn’t .

Erich Neuwirth (@neuwirthe; 30): @fuerihrekuehe Ich hab kein klassisches CMS. Ich verwende R+Rstudio+blogdown. Da wird lokal eine statische Website erzeugt, die dan per rsync auf den Serverübertragen wird.

Matthew J. Oldach, M.Sc. (@MattOldach; 23): Hey @PaoloDiTommaso I saw the new website design for https://t.co/9LryHbfKLg and was ABSOLUTELY blown away 💣👌 Was it built with Distill, Blogdown, Brochure, something else? Please tell 🙏 #rstats #datascience #FrontEndDevelopment

Umair Durrani (@umairdurrani87; 22): Is there an rstudio add-in for creating a new distill blog post (like the one for blogdown)? #rstats

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 22): How to check and deploy a blogdown website to netlify through github actions? #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/UkxjaZespW

Francisco Yirá 💻📈🇨🇱 (@francisco_yira; 20): I’m on chapter 5 now and I’m loving it too. I want to publish summaries/commentaries about each chapter on my blog, but first I need to learn how to make blogdown work haha 😅

Giovanni Gavini (@GaviniGiovanni; 10): @GeorgDiez1 @igorpianist Georg Diez: 3/20/20 Double Exposure #blogdown: “I lunghi pomeriggi scorrono lentamente in avanti, spinti da infiniti eleganti highballs”. F. Scott Fitzgerald nel 1920 durante l’influenza spagnola. “Il tempo macina via. Si scioglie. E si dissolve”. 100 anni dopo. Noi.

Mark Adkins (@StandardDevi8er; 10): Perfect timing. I’m making some palette decisions for my blogdown site, and this will be a fantastic touch! > Thanks for sharing! https://t.co/KjciVi0Ez9

Ingrid Zoll (@ingrid_zoll; 10): #blogdown tutorial from @apreshill https://t.co/4BuxGZgfWZ

Meghan Harris (@meghansharris; 10): @JagersbergKnut I understand! For me this was more of a decision on time! I’m considering picking up contract work as well, so it’s just easier to host with a template right now! I haven’t used blogdown yet, but always wanted to!

Knut Jägersberg (@JagersbergKnut; 10): @meghansharris GDPR is amongst the things which makes me a bit insecure to just blogdown. Website is a valuable touchpoint. I dont want to implement bureaucrats ideosities by myself, rather pick a ready made compliant template.

Knut Jägersberg (@JagersbergKnut; 10): @meghansharris I was just curious. I am back and forth on this question, too, between nocode paid platform and a bit of r blogdown.

Knut Jägersberg (@JagersbergKnut; 10): @meghansharris Very neat. Did you make that website with blogdown?

Rosana Ferrero (@RosanaFerrero; 10): 🚀Y ahora tienes el paquete “ymlthis” para ayudarte a escribir metadatos YAML para documentos de RMarkdown y herramientas relacionadas como blogdown, bookdown y pkgdown. > ✔︎https://t.co/xhZSPAoDB0) ✔︎https://t.co/BiEsIqjdQd ✔︎https://t.co/qQKlYEwR7R https://t.co/ipUkTaeo4U

Rubén Andía (@ruben_andia; 10): @Unionista_Sedic @mikelmangel Así es. 😉 https://t.co/mm30R1xkwq

Yihui Xie (@xieyihui; 10): @JosiahParry error = FALSE shouldn’t be necessary if you are using page bundles (i.e. foo/index.Rmd + foo/images/image.png, instead of foo.Rmd). Anyway, you are welcome to file an issue to the blogdown repo with a reproducible example. Thanks!


Solomon Kurz (@SolomonKurz; 25482): The 0.2.0 version of my #brms + #tidyverse translation of the 2nd edition of Statistical Rethinking is up! > https://t.co/8elgCVrhAA > A lot of great people pitched in on this update. The highlights include: > 16

R posts you might have missed! (@icymi_r; 5014): ✍️📚 Creating a book manuscript using bookdown > 👤 Isabella Velásquez @ivelasq3
> 🔗 https://t.co/3GCjXa2uAq #rstats #datascience

Mireia Ramos 🧬👩🏻‍💻 (@mireia_bioinfo; 4614): En el meetup de ayer de @RLadiesBCN hablé de cómo escribir la tesis con #rstats y #bookdown y no morir en el intento! 💀📚🎓 > Si os interesa el tema, os dejo por aquí las diapositivas que preparé: https://t.co/gua5Rd0pnH

nissinbo (@nissinbo; 446): 「Rによる医療情報DBのデータハンドリング集」 以前も似たものを公開しましたが、内容を修正しgithub pagesやbookdownで少し見やすくしました > 製作中の章はぼちぼち更新します > https://t.co/fr2mteZTq5 [↪](https://twitter.com/nissinbo/status/1372206050418454528)

Ben Stanley (@BDStanley; 357): @SAM_JNG @PoliSciJack @leonardocarella The brms package in R is absolutely superb. Couple that with @rlmcelreath’s Statistical Rethinking book and @SolomonKurz’s translation of McElreath’s code into brms, and you’ll have pretty much everything I would have wanted when I started. https://t.co/KSomaNtGo1

Vikram_Singh Rawat (@Guru_GyanKhoji; 2710): #Rstats I wrote the first chapter of a book that could be useful to you. Let me know if you like it or you need something else to be added here. > https://t.co/vO3CkqrgSv

Indrajeet Patil (@patilindrajeets; 228): One reason I prefer bookdown 📦’s wrapper functions: cross-referencing is easier! > In this little demo, I show how you can cross-reference figures if you switch from rmarkdown::html_document to bookdown::html_document2 👏 > https://t.co/c6Mqyc33m2 > #rstats #rmarkdown https://t.co/YuY40AWHxH

R-Ladies Barcelona (@RLadiesBCN; 2013): Mañana meetup virtual de #rladies Barcelona con dos super charlas: - 👩🏻‍💻 Promoviendo el uso de R de Buenos Aires a Barcelona por Marilina Santero - 📚 Escribir tu tesis con R y bookdown y no morir en el intento por @mireia_bioinfo > Os esperamos! > https://t.co/KqvxN0ef02

R-bloggers (@Rbloggers; 207): bookdown + exams + webex {https://t.co/ScEa1D8dpo} #rstats #DataScience

Jasper Tjaden (@JasperTjaden; 176): 12 Hello nerds🤓. Feedback needed🙏. We put together an “Intro to R for Social Scientists” course together. Will start teaching in April @unipotsdam. Any advice much appreciated! #SocTwitter #EconTwitter @rstatstweet @rstats4ds #bookdown @gesis_org > https://t.co/nHNSxOxo0s https://t.co/mFZv0H1upb

Solomon Kurz (@SolomonKurz; 171): Also, fans of yesterday’s thread on applied papers using Bayesian statistics (https://t.co/NvscfLZJuN) might like one of the new sections in the final chapter, “But, like, how do I do this for real?”, https://t.co/Ynog291xdi

Rosana Ferrero (@RosanaFerrero; 83): 💡¿Cómo personalizar y automatizar un informe RMarkdown? > El YAML (YAML Ain’t Markup Language) contiene los metadatos con los que configurarlo a tu gusto: 1. tablas de contenido 2. numeración de secciones 3. secciones en pestañas > (hilo) #rstats #rstatsES https://t.co/9rP7BrNU77

Alison Presmanes Hill (@apreshill; 80): @nj_tierney Do you ever use knitr::write_bib()? https://t.co/7MdfjFMxL8

Solomon Kurz (@SolomonKurz; 71): * a corrected workflow for fitting single-level b-spline models (https://t.co/yPkSoEnDPC), thanks to Stephen Wild * a refined workflow for fitting multilevel b-spline models using the s() function (https://t.co/05Ag15Zcyp), thanks to @ucfagls > 26 https://t.co/8OhK6kG8Uk

Yutaka Ishii (石井雄隆) (@yishii_0207; 64): Rasch Measurement Theory Analysis in R: Illustrations and Practical Guidance for Researchers and Practitioners https://t.co/cbfi7KfkLu

Lennart Wittkuhn (@lnnrtwttkhn; 41): @TheCharleyWu @gnode @datalad @BIDSstandard Thanks @TheCharleyWu! Tech details: #RMarkdown combined w/ #BookDown, rendered + deployed via #GitLab continuous integration pulling version-controlled data from @gnode via @datalad. Really love + recommend these tools! Shout-out to @AdinaKrik for showing me the @datalad tricks!

Solomon Kurz (@SolomonKurz; 40): * a new bonus section (https://t.co/PQUVapQ8Dk) on grouping predictors within matrix columns, thanks to insights from “Regression and Other Stories” (https://t.co/vc0FoE5i9F) and from @paulbuerkner > 36 https://t.co/L6ogbXiYOB

Solomon Kurz (@SolomonKurz; 40): * a corrected workflow for fitted()-based random draws (https://t.co/FkjywoMKrJ), thanks to an exchange with @lnalborczyk * a #brms solution to the bivariate ODE model (https://t.co/ZCP33F4aCQ), thanks to @MarkusGesmann > 56 https://t.co/mIX0h2RQ1W

Christophe Dervieux (@chrisderv; 31): @ESchymanski @egonwillighagen @kraut0xA @StephenEglen @rguha @jcheminf @kjhealy Rstudio IDE 1.2 is quite old now. With pandoc 2.7.3. Last version is 1.4 and ships pandoc 2.11.4 I think. But using another version works too > https://t.co/dd7mR5kugu

Peter Bowyer (@peterbowyer; 20): @munificentbob It’s looking wonderful. Are you handsetting it in LaTeX? What’s your process like? I’m enjoying bookdown but the output is nothing like this

Steven V. Miller (@stevenvmiller; 20): @andrewheiss Re: the automated figures. Pretty sure {bookdown} does that for both PDF and Word. I know {bookdown} plays well w/ my PDF template even as pdf_document2 comes with plenty of default options that I need to gather in order to disable them. I’ll explore that now.

Mike Carter (@cartermaclab; 20): @kevinmoncion @cochranecollab Here’s a great resource if you’re being 😎 and using R: https://t.co/2Kk1FcEgmk

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 11): Bookdown cross-referencing and table numbering cheat sheet (Revision) #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/veqlCr0xB3

txt4cs (@txt4cs; 11): [Atualização] Capítulo 6 publicado! Novamente, com a colaboração da cientista de dados @monimazz https://t.co/aEHatRUzNc

Rosana Ferrero (@RosanaFerrero; 11): Otras posibilidades del YAML para personalizar tus informes: > 4. apariencia y estilo 5. opciones de figuras, datos y tablas 6. plegado de código 7. ecuaciones 8. opciones latex: https://t.co/JvzydgLMOr 9. dependencias con otros documentos 10. incluir citas > #rstats #rstatsES

Solomon Kurz (@SolomonKurz; 10): * a #brms solution to the sixth-order polynomial model (https://t.co/H42W4rLpuT) thanks to Stephen Wild * a workflow to reproduce the Metropolis simulation for Figure 9.3 (https://t.co/xTTfu8rQoG), thanks to James Henegan > 46 https://t.co/50DpJ1EHC2

Instituto de Estadística (IESTA) (@IestaUdelar; 10): 20 R programming | Big Book of R https://t.co/BaxP4gHPjp #rmarkdown #bookdown

Petr Kadlec 🇸🇽 (@jakoKedluben; 10): @TroubaSportovni Jo, spousta se toho dá natrénovat na “cvičných” datasetech za pomoci téhle knihy. https://t.co/YPcXhXJO6j

Arlie 🏴‍☠️🏳️‍🌈 they | she | iel (@ArlieBelliveau; 10): Trappes: Ethological tools involve ethograms + manual coding (paper coding for inter-coder reliability), bird ringing, and software/code for video processing. > There are R codes for this kind of coding like library(behaviouR) https://t.co/apUPl9F6vM > #DS2conf

Marcelo Perlin (@MarceloPerlin; 10): If you’re writing a technicall book with R package bookdown, in this post I explain how I used package exams and webex to compile dynamic html exercises: > https://t.co/DP8SpvtgV5

Phil Wilmarth (@pwilmarth; 10): @edemmott Lots of good resources at https://t.co/fAIgB8k3Rr including “R for Data Science”.

Rory Quinn (@RoryJosephQuinn; 0/4): #DataScience for psychologists - useful free #resource that provides an overview of data science for those practicing in #psychology and the social sciences https://t.co/7No1kAoAEE

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): Post a bookdown folder to microsoft teams #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/4O9nYT9eAK

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): Export chapter bookdown #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/PYmpukv06r

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): First bookdown::render_book("foo.Rmd", output_format = "bookdown::pfd_book") always fails #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/fz1GknCY3Y

ElectronicPress (@electronicpress; 0/1): Data Science for #Psychologists. > https://t.co/esDnpWINNd

Rosana Ferrero (@RosanaFerrero; 0/1): ¡Varios formatos de salida y plantillas personalizadas! > Si eres científico consulta: rticles > #rstats #rstatsES > 👉https://t.co/egD9GoHYhm 👉https://t.co/Ro2zGhKdAv


F Rodriguez-Sanchez (@frod_san; 154): @nj_tierney If you want to cite all packages used in a script or project, {grateful} might be helpful https://t.co/m2RlAryQUS > If using Rmarkdown, {knitcitations} or knitr::write_bib very helpful too to cite packages directly https://t.co/nBoqL7wHdk

The R-Podcast (Eric) (@theRcast; 133): Episode 31 of the @rweekly_org Highlights podcast is ready for listening! https://t.co/umD2Iu6rfQ > 📈 Time series forecasting with {torch} @zkajdan ✍️ Scraping stock data with GitHub Actions @1littlecoder 🧶 Default {knitr} options & hooks @jumping_uk > #rstats 🔊

Elio Campitelli (@d_olivaw; 83): @DogGeneticsLLC The newly-added “fig.alt” option will surely help with this problem. > https://t.co/Qs65kH3Yu8

R Weekly Live (@rweekly_live; 44): R Weekly 2021-11 Time series, Stock scraping, Knitr options @rweekly_org #rstats #datascience https://t.co/aYbXq3qBW7

Ed Hagen (@ed_hagen; 20): His blogpost on the idea: > https://t.co/y9n76X2kE8

Vincent Arel-Bundock (@VincentAB; 10): @andrewheiss @stevenvmiller @PoliSciJack So yes, the basic functionality of modelsummary should work out of the box in Knitr-to-Word, but post-processing with kableExtra functions. You can post-process with flextable. (Also check out datasummary_df which applies the same magic to arbitrary data frames).

atusy (@Atsushi776; 10): @kilometer00 coord_fixedはここが厄介ですよねえ。白いところ全部消すのでよければ、knitr::plot_cropもあります。


Julien Barnier (@lapply; 30): @c_hennch @healthandstats You may take a look at pagedown : https://t.co/qOWnBSWxsQ

Romain Lesur (@RLesur; 20): @sheikhbarabas @xieyihui @_ColinFay That should work since https://t.co/4c3NEjeeTu, use async=TRUE, chrome_print will return a promise


august (@mistertoggle; 30): murag 100x na ko gainstall tinytex ha

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): Unable to produce pdf reports from RMarkdown (tinytex) #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/0SOYbZoe7o


Katie Jolly (@katiejolly6; 24545): I wrote a bit about how I think about designing xaringan #rstats slides with xaringanthemer and css. In this post I start with design specs and branding guidelines to show you how to customize your slides 🎨🌟https://t.co/cZ8Sa1yMZz https://t.co/kNfGp96qKz

Shannon Pileggi (@PipingHotData; 8813): This blog post about deploying 🚀 #rstats {xaringan} presentations is🌟fantastic🌟 & @spcanelon led an awesome workshop on it today! > Silvia also showed a 🔥 RStudio trick to collapse R Markdown headers! Demo shown on {xaringan} 🥷 template. > ➡️Edit ➡️Folding ➡️Collapse All https://t.co/jULCkYjiNJ

Ariel Muldoon (@aosmith16; 8015): Usually when I do informal working-session type #rstats classes we do everything together live. With a nod to remote delivery I’m trying out #xaringan slides this year. (Since I’m me, I spent a ridiculous amount of time on the Git/GitHub intro slides.🙄) https://t.co/ZmMgeHmi2X

Silvia Canelón (@spcanelon; 7217): New #rstats blog post! A 🔟-step workflow to deploy #xaringan slides to the web with GitHub Pages > Includes an #RLadies-themed xaringan deck loaded w/ useful layouts + bonus tips in the presenter notes (press “P” on the keyboard). Please copy/use/modify!💫 https://t.co/qqfmMPQEBY

Katie Jolly (@katiejolly6; 526): Come learn about {xaringan} presentations tonight at 5:30 pacific from @spcanelon (and I’ll do a short demo of themes + css as well) @RLadiesSeattle ! 😊 > By the end, you will see how to - create a presentation 📊 - deploy it for easy sharing 💻 - add some design flair 🎨

Fabio Votta📊🦉 (@favstats; 363): Introducing {ascorthemes} a xaringan template for cool HTML slides in the style of the Amsterdam School of Communication Research: > https://t.co/7vSKmQYcqH > (beware: memes be inside) https://t.co/VyBxcYIzP2

R posts you might have missed! (@icymi_r; 336): ✍️ Deploying xaringan Slides: A Ten-Step GitHub Pages Workflow | Silvia Canelón > 👤 Silvia Canelón @spcanelon
> 🔗 https://t.co/99dJL3Gh5X #rstats #datascience

Patrick Ward (@OSPpatrick; 329): TidyX 52: Creating Presentations in R with {Xaringan} > Tired of copying & pasting your nice R tables & plots into power point for your next presentation? STOP DOING THAT!
> @ellis_hughes & I walk thru building a presentation deck in R using {Xaringan} > https://t.co/A7WkfarAc7

Silvia Canelón (@spcanelon; 183): Excited to be doing some #xaringan demos w @katiejolly6 + @RLadiesSeattle! > I’ll be doing a start-to-finish demo of how to create a xaringan slide deck AND deploy it to GitHub Pages for easy sharing w others! 🚀 > If you can’t make it, I’ve got you! New blog post 👇 #rstats https://t.co/UMCQ7QAOIF

Silvia Canelón (@spcanelon; 154): Designing #xaringan slides can be a ton of fun because you have so much flexibility in creating a unique presentation > That flexibility can also feel overwhelming! If this sounds familar, check out @katiejolly6’s new #rstats post to help kick that analysis-paralysis to the curb https://t.co/kneoGD0E1F

Fabio Votta📊🦉 (@favstats; 140): Hi there @DrMowinckels! I came across your very neat {uiothemes} package and build my own package that provides a xaringan slide template for my PhD program using a lot of your code. I wanted to say thank you and I acknowledge you in my README, let me know if that is ok for you!

Ellis Hughes (@ellis_hughes; 93): There are too many Gentoo, your boss proclaims! > #TidyX 52 is about reproducible presentations using xaringan from @xieyihui, where we talk through how reproducible code based presentations make updating based on new data simple and fast! > https://t.co/ykWb2UCh0F

Ischi_Mathes (@GregorMathes; 84): Hey, #RStats community. I wanted to use #xaringan for my presentations for quite a while now, but got stuck at customising the slides. I guess I need to learn some CSS basics. How did you learn #CSS? Can anyone point me to a nice intro to CSS?

Sharon Machlis (@sharon000; 82): Wish I’d had this #rstats xaringan guide before my RLadies Boston presentation in January! Bookmarked: https://t.co/x8eUwBlA4x

R-Ladies Johannesburg (@RLadiesJozi; 73): Want to create #xaringan slides, look no further - @spcanelon’s blog post will have you up and running in no time! 💜💜💜 https://t.co/VhhEMsoXoF

Damien Dupré (@damien_dupre; 50): @GregorMathes @rstatstweet all the @grrrck Xaringanverse is truly amazing but since I’ve started to used @pjs_228’s metropolis template, I never used anything else. Have a look! https://t.co/GvroArUAOi

Alastair Rushworth (@rushworth_a; 40): Slides made with @xieyihui’s {xaringan} and @grrrck’s {xaringanthemer}. 16:9 aspect ratio & the Google roboto font (because it is pretty).

TidyX Screencast (@tidy_explained; 31): Check out the latest #TidyX! > Learn about xaringan for reproducible presentations https://t.co/HBHPyY4kRI

Garrick Aden-Buie (@grrrck; 30): @RyanStraight Awesome! So glad to hear you’re enjoying the feature! @mattwrkntn did all the heavy lifting to get it to work with xaringan 💪👏

Thomas Speidel (@ThomasSpeidel; 22): I want to include a live #poll in #rstats #rmarkdown presentation (#xaringan). Any suggestions?

Mickaël CANOUIL (@mickaelcanouil; 22): After I watched (1 to 3 am) #rstats @nyhackr meetup with @grrrck about {xaringan}, I had to play “a little” … In fact, I went crazy and made two templates using things from {xaringanExtra} (https://t.co/dvgnE12Jsh). Now, I have slides for @rlille_rug meetup (TBA - mid-april). https://t.co/PP9AQ6OTof

Megha 🌹 (@meghapsimatrix; 20): @kdpsinghlab @kjw_chiu The reticulate package blew my mind. I was taking a python class few years back and made slides using xaringan and reticulate 😼

magdalena bennett (@maibennett; 20): @imbernomics @aefpweb Xaringan html slides 1 - Beamer pdf 0 🙃

Silvia Canelón (@spcanelon; 20): @grrrck @katiejolly6 So much xaringan love in that zoom room!

Beatriz Milz (@BeaMilz; 20): @GregorMathes @mustafa__cavus @rstatstweet @grrrck presented at RStudio Global 2021 about this!! > https://t.co/y82VQTO0Qy

Sebastian Lammers (@SebLammers; 20): @GregorMathes @rstatstweet I just started out with #xaringan myself. > My three pointers for you are: > 1) xaringanthemer 2) xaringanExtra 3) if you want to learn more about CSS: https://t.co/GC5m8hQS7b > Also, @grrrck might have more ideas?

Pablo Geraldo B. (@pablogerbas; 10): @Stfko_memero No se si es lo que estas pensando, pero xaringan puede ser (o modificar un template de Rmarkdown), y para word… no se, Rmarkdown + pandoc?

Kenneth Chiu (@kjw_chiu; 10): @meghapsimatrix @kdpsinghlab Wait, why didn’t you use xaringan directly for making slides?

Damien Dupré (@damien_dupre; 10): @pjs_228 @GregorMathes @rstatstweet @grrrck You’re welcome! I like the current font size, it’s actually easier to provide longer explanations than with the default xaringan template. Don’t hesitate to send me your new release for testing!

Zoë Turner (@Letxuga007; 10): @OscarBaruffa @NHSrCommunity The slides are in chapters and can be done in a day or 2 half days. They were originally in pdf format but I’ve recoded to xaringan and published here https://t.co/HBivu7ebhZ

Jess Chandler (@jessachandler; 10): @RLadiesSeattle One of the things Silvia modeled so well in this talk is how to handle a technological challenge. Lovely presentation. I’ve been using slidy, but I’m going to give {xaringan} a shot.

SKD Inzane (@inzaneftn; 10): @1cloudvfx KRAI MENO TU TEM UM XARINGAN

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): Is it possible to embed interactive html file in my xaringan presentation? #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/usbLxadDAG


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