Just finished up a week teaching Bayesian statistics with R #rstats for non-stats PhD students & 💜 it #bayes #mcmc #jags 🌍 Dedicated website https://t.co/X7JY3f9eGX 🍳 Material https://t.co/agY9CvQLiV 📽️ Video recording (in English w/ 👽 accent) https://t.co/DHabXmVYsT https://t.co/g94nSO3faQ



Olivier Gimenez 🖖 (@oaggimenez; 1584373): Just finished up a week teaching Bayesian statistics with R #rstats for non-stats PhD students & 💜 it #bayes #mcmc #jags 🌍 Dedicated website https://t.co/X7JY3f9eGX 🍳 Material https://t.co/agY9CvQLiV 📽️ Video recording (in English w/ 👽 accent) https://t.co/DHabXmVYsT https://t.co/g94nSO3faQ

Indrajeet Patil (@patilindrajeets; 418106): The future of teaching statistics lies with interactive visualizations & boy this online book shows it’s going to be a bright (and elegant) future! 😻 > https://t.co/rl3sSCPWyd > SO MUCH content here, the 📽️ shows only the tip of the iceberg. > #rstats #statstwitter #AcademicChatter https://t.co/vGS6aWziNt

R Function A Day (@rfunctionaday; 20954): If in the middle of your piped workflow, you wish to access a side effect (e.g., plot or print something) and then continue on with chained operations, you can do so using the tee pipe operator {%T>%} from {magrittr} 📦 ! > https://t.co/ibga7yyf5X > #rstats #DataScience https://t.co/5H0MoPOERY


Lisa DeBruine 🏳️‍🌈 (@LisaDeBruine; 264): I love bookdown and pkgdown (but not a huge fan of blogdown). I need to try vitae. I hate updating my CV. https://t.co/neRgeCWKjq

Bryan Shalloway (@brshallo; 246): Really enjoy the encouraging console output that accompanies the new blogdown::check_site() function😀. I highly recommend @apreshill associated blog post and presentation https://t.co/Yf1gVftNqg #rstats

Alison Presmanes Hill (@apreshill; 141): @djnavarro I copied some code JJ Allaire wrote here to add thumbnail galleries to a pkgdown site (bootstrap under the hood): https://t.co/35mzj2ScEG > Might be useful to wrap this up somehow? cc @chrisderv > https://t.co/7WojsAPIYz https://t.co/ibKyKI5PSg

Alison Presmanes Hill (@apreshill; 113): @JenRichmondPhD @xieyihui @djnavarro @ijeamaka_a @JohnHelveston @ma_salmon @DrMowinckels We’ve also gotten really positive feedback about the blogdown checking functions- several folks who have filed issues end up resolving them themselves after using! > https://t.co/ithkpHuHOE

Yihui Xie (@xieyihui; 110): @djnavarro @tladeras @LisaDeBruine @apreshill blogdown users have suffered from two main pain points: 1. Hugo versions; 2. Themes. We have fixed #1, and will also try to fix #2. I have to admit that #1 was partly my fault (was aware of the pain but didn’t provide solution). #2 requires more effort but is still fixable.

Ben Harrap (@BHarrap; 81): @JustBernstein @AcademicChatter A combination of GitHub, Netlify, and the #rstats blogdown package.

Yihui Xie (@xieyihui; 60): @CillianMacAodh Sorry to hear the trouble, but I strongly recommend that before you spend any time on any problems with blogdown, try blogdown::check_site(). This problem has been covered in the diagnostics.

jo-sigh-ughhh (@JosiahParry; 60): What other Rmd based websites generators are there other than blogdown and distill? > I like the distill rendering policy, but managing the yaml is a big tough. Blogdown feels a bit unstable.

Yihui Xie (@xieyihui; 50): @tladeras @djnavarro @LisaDeBruine I assume that you all know you could pin the Hugo version for each blogdown site now? https://t.co/vplQIDKJ0R This fear of “a new version of Hugo might break my site” is no longer necessary. In the meantime, blogdown::check_site() can diagnose most common problems, too.

Danielle Navarro (@djnavarro; 50): @tladeras @xieyihui @LisaDeBruine @apreshill I’m sort of leaning in to the idea that the R community could work on curating a set of Hugo themes designed to play nicely with blogdown? It feels like there’s already a few nice ones floating around already…

Danielle Navarro (@djnavarro; 50): @tladeras @xieyihui @LisaDeBruine Same. I saw @apreshill talking about this and am a huge fan of the new tools in blogdown! I feel like different tools work best in different applications? When I want a professional, flexible site I love having hugo to do the heavy lifting. For experimental stuff, light is nice!

Gianluca Baio (@gianlubaio; 50): really like the output. Blogdown is awesome). I really hope this is the last time we have to do things 100% remotely. It’s great to have the facility to do it online and some students have/will benefit(ed) from it. But not seeing people during the class really sucks!

Margriet Schipper (@MargrietSchipp1; 50): 22.03.2020 #Hauskonzert 11 #Blogdown 5 Heute vor einem Jahr @igorpianist @GeorgDiez1 https://t.co/SEBtgzW7z4

Athanasia Mowinckel (@DrMowinckels; 40): @JenRichmondPhD @xieyihui @djnavarro @ijeamaka_a @JohnHelveston @apreshill @ma_salmon THe new blogdown options are likely what you are after to fix your workflow. They are really amazingly powerful things. If you’ve got my workflow, then maybe similar Rprofile option settings will help https://t.co/MRbI13TZC2

Athanasia Mowinckel (@DrMowinckels; 40): @JenRichmondPhD @xieyihui @djnavarro @ijeamaka_a @JohnHelveston @apreshill @ma_salmon imo its these that have the magic for me. > blogdown.knit.on_save = FALSE, blogdown.method = “markdown”, blogdown.knit.serve_site = FALSE,

A/Prof Jenny Richmond (@JenRichmondPhD; 40): @xieyihui @djnavarro @ijeamaka_a @JohnHelveston My bad yihui… it’s not blogdown that is buggy, most likely my workflow that needs to adapt. I’ve been working in distill for other sites and came back to my blogdown (updated rstudio and blogdown version along the way) and it didn’t work the same way.

Ted Laderas, PhD 🏳️‍🌈 (@tladeras; 40): Anyhow, I highly recommend {distill} for its streamlined workflow. It was relatively painless to transition from {blogdown}. > Also, a good opportunity to think about licensing for my articles and blog posts and such.

Alex Bajaña (@AlexBajaa5; 31): Hello everyone, I’m glad to present you my first personal blog. Please be welcome to comment and let me know how to improve it. > https://t.co/hBoqM8JbRD > In my first post I follow @apreshill guide to deploy my site. #R #blogdown

Athanasia Mowinckel (@DrMowinckels; 30): @JenRichmondPhD @xieyihui @djnavarro @ijeamaka_a @JohnHelveston @apreshill @ma_salmon actually, I have more! I both have a project and a user Rprofile with options (because I work on several blogdown projects) https://t.co/ZXr2LqgCFt

Will Hipson (@whipson3; 30): I finally gave my personal website a much needed refresh and a fun new name! Switching Hugo themes with #blogdown much less hassle than I’d imagined. Open to suggestions on how to spice it up a bit more. > https://t.co/RgvvvByp9q

Ted Laderas, PhD 🏳️‍🌈 (@tladeras; 30): @xieyihui @djnavarro @LisaDeBruine @apreshill My current frustration is more that hugo-academic became a paid theme, and I just couldn’t keep up with the theming. But that is external to blogdown.

Lisa DeBruine 🏳️‍🌈 (@LisaDeBruine; 30): @tladeras Excellent. I never update my website because I hate wrestling with blogdown. I look forward to trying this (and reading more of your website).

José Pereira (@jafcpereira; 30): @ADAlthousePhD Gitpages with R blogdown? :p

Mickaël CANOUIL (@mickaelcanouil; 23): {blogdown} or {distill} ? 🤔🤷‍♂️ #rstats

FrauFrohmann (@FrauFrohmann; 20): »Es lohnt, sich das handliche Hardcover gerade jetzt vorzunehmen. Diez und Grözinger beginnen ihre Aufzeichnungen nämlich am 18. März 2020. Beider Zustandsbeschreibungen wirken gleichermaßen fern wie unmittelbar.« > Der @Tagesspiegel über #Blogdown > https://t.co/u2OF1mFz85

Sebastian Sukstorf (@sukstorf; 20): @JohannesStarke @KhPape Ich würde nicht auf WordPress, sondern eher auf statische Webseiten setzen. Zumal ja auch die gemeinsame Bearbeitung wichtig ist. Hierfür ist ein Blick in Richtung blowdown https://t.co/Yv3eyhAxqd hilfreich. Achtung: Am Beginn eine hohe Lernkurve

Yihui Xie (@xieyihui; 20): @JenRichmondPhD @djnavarro @ijeamaka_a @JohnHelveston By “starting to get buggy”, may I ask what has changed recently to make it buggy? If you pin the Hugo version and the theme, I believe blogdown sites should be fairly stable now. Thanks!

Danielle Navarro (@djnavarro; 20): I mean, I realise I could write a Hugo theme and then do it with blogdown, but I was hoping for something a tiny bit simpler than that. Like something that I could do to tweak a plain R Markdown site to expose more bootstrap functionality. This feels like it should already exist?

Ted Laderas, PhD 🏳️‍🌈 (@tladeras; 20): @xieyihui @djnavarro @LisaDeBruine Yes, I’ve set the hugo version in my netlify.toml for my other blogdown sites, so that keeps everything working. > I was mostly talking about updating themes to new versions, which I tried a couple times, and was unsuccessful at.

Ted Laderas, PhD 🏳️‍🌈 (@tladeras; 20): @xieyihui @djnavarro @LisaDeBruine @apreshill Hopefully I didn’t sound ungrateful. Blogdown is amazing, and the updates have made it even more so (I use it for sharing materials for multiple classes).

Ted Laderas, PhD 🏳️‍🌈 (@tladeras; 20): @gpavolini The major advantage is not depending on hugo and having your theme break because the hugo version is updated. That was always a major source of stress for me with blogdown. > The build workflow is completely on your own machine.

Lisa Lendway, she/her (@lisalendway; 20): @BHarrap @JustBernstein @AcademicChatter Same but with distill instead of blogdown.

Cillian McHugh (@CillianMacAodh; 11): Strange #Hugo #Blogdown #RStats #rstudio quirk. New post was not displaying! Spent ages this evening trying to figure out why… eventually I found a thread where the problem was the date was too far in the future!!!!! Madness! https://t.co/6gBVmZlQQf

A/Prof Jenny Richmond (@JenRichmondPhD; 10): @djnavarro @ijeamaka_a @JohnHelveston yes! my #blogdown blog is starting to get buggy and I want to move it to #distill but really like how my Hugo portfolio theme displays each post as a card… https://t.co/9LUWUtmfGE

Houston H Haynes (@h3techdev; 10): @threddyrex @GoHugoIO Using it with my R blogdown based portfolio and from that decided to use it as an SPA placeholder for some domains I’ve reserved and gotta say it’s slick and quick. I dig it! @GoHugoIO

David Kolar (@DavidRKolar; 10): @Schwartz_PsyRes Thanks! I did it with R blogdown and Hugo academic. Maybe you want to try this yourself sometime.


ill-identified (@ill_Identified; 358116): 『R Markdown クックブック』日本語版を公開します。日本語情報の少ないR Markdown の応用的事例を多く含んでいます。 まだレイアウトや誤字脱字の修正は完了していませんが、資料として見られる水準にはなったと判断したので公開します。 https://t.co/ltTOmggKlZ #rmarkdown #bookdown

JP Gannon (@jp_gannon; 19347): Learning/have students learning R for hydro analysis? Want some ideas for teaching a unit or two? > My R hydro informatics/data sci course bookdown has a bunch of new topics, including geospatial stuff! > Github template repos are linked to each chapter. > https://t.co/cwAE2SBiTa

北川梨津 (@ritsu1997; 6515): なので、教科書の実証例を再現するRのコードを少し前にまとめておいた。授業にも使えそうなので最近ちょっと加筆した。まだ書き殴り状態なので、もっと良い書き方があれば教えてください。 > https://t.co/24YlLcPVVW

yaniv brandvain (@yanivbrandvain; 517): Furiously trying to keep up wit life [behind on AE decisions and reviews, not to mention my labs’ work sorry] > But just pushed through the 27th section of biostats [just introduced linear regression] github: https://t.co/pFWJwGF3Fa bookdown https://t.co/6qBeFYAGaY

Indrajeet Patil (@patilindrajeets; 366): Sometimes while in #rmarkdown, I have content (code, equation, etc.) that isn’t crucial for the main narrative but also interesting enough not to be included as a caption. > This is where Tufte-style’s margin content comes to the rescue! 🌟 > See: https://t.co/fUvD7NkYai > #rstats https://t.co/c6Lbz4MqDp

MINIMAL (@MINIMALaq; 314): آقا یک کتاب آمار ناپارامتری پیدا کردم با ویژوالایزیشن های باقلوا: https://t.co/fw34Vxoehy

Tom Stafford (@tomstafford; 90): If you want to follow along, I share all the materials for the “Data Management and Visualisation” module on these pages https://t.co/9wSgwsFPMd (these are written in bookdown, another thing I borrowed from @LisaDeBruine and the trail-blazing @PsyTeachR team in Glasgow)

R-Ladies Barcelona (@RLadiesBCN; 53): ¿Os perdistéis nuestro Meetup de la semana pasada? ¡Ahora tenéis la oportunidad de ver la grabación en nuestro nuevísimo canal de Youtube! > 👩‍💻 Promoviendo el uso de R (@SanteroMarilina ) 🎓 Escribir tu tesis con R y bookdown (@mireia_bioinfo) > https://t.co/uUBE06ligC

Alex Holcombe (@ceptional; 50): @patilindrajeets @rstudio @rstudiotips @xieyihui @wbrentthorne @mitchoharawild And the “books” made with bookdown can be so much better than an ordinary book, with embedded animations (e.g. https://t.co/kCDDuNfsss). Also see @LisaDeBruine’s PsyteachR for embedding interactive questions for classes.

Vikram_Singh Rawat (@Guru_GyanKhoji; 44): Hey, #RStats. > I wrote a chapter on Data Management and an entire section on memory management in R > Feel free to read it and give me your reviews. Hope you like it. > Best Coding Practices for R https://t.co/tLYGV6Q5k2 #rmarkdown #bookdown

Umair Durrani (@umairdurrani87; 43): bookdown book archive page is a treasure trove 🪙 of free #rstats books, notes and guides. https://t.co/jpcmbrZ5oM

️️ᴛʀᴅxʙᴛ (@TRDXBT; 40): People really need to study greeks as the use of options continues to become more prevalent within the Bitcoin market. As the market continues to grow, it will become essential to know at least a little about the various Greeks MMs use. > https://t.co/KxD9x3SX98

Lisa DeBruine 🏳️‍🌈 (@LisaDeBruine; 40): @ceptional @patilindrajeets @rstudio @rstudiotips @xieyihui @wbrentthorne @mitchoharawild Here’s our #psyTeachR book that is also a template for our book series. This chapter shows how to use the R package webex that @dalejbarr and I wrote for lightweight interactive questions in bookdown (or any down). See if you can answer the demo MCQs! > https://t.co/6Vzl65LM5W

Lisa DeBruine 🏳️‍🌈 (@LisaDeBruine; 40): In case anyone else is wondering, for a bookdown site you need to add the following to a file called e.g. header.html (replacing the Xs with your own stuff) >

Dr Charles T. Gray ⚔🦋 (@cantabile; 30): Oh, yeah, and then, and then! I created a distill:: template .Rmd and generated parameterised reports for each of the eight outcomes to model. > So, I add rmarkdown:: to this list. > https://t.co/jyuV98DnTJ

Jonelle D. Villar (@jdvillar; 30): Join @RLadiesBergen and @arushigrg to learn about Best Coding Practises, Monday 22nd. 16:00 CET. Great to have Vikram @Guru_GyanKhoji post the first chapters of his book to help support these efforts. THXS! https://t.co/W8QD39jHAt 💻 Signup https://t.co/aSgI1mafKo @RLadiesGlobal https://t.co/jx6jx3oibG

𝑹𝒊𝒔𝒆𝒏 𝑳𝒐𝒓𝒅 𝑺𝒂𝒍𝒊𝒔𝒃𝒖𝒓𝒚 #ΜΟΛΩΝ ΛΑΒΕ (@ivanatienza_mat; 21): Redes neuronales | Estadística y Machine Learning con R https://t.co/cXtTfXq1CW

Mieke Schauvliege (@miekeschauv; 21): Het gaat niet goed met de Patrijs in Vlaanderen. De soort gaat opnieuw achteruit. Habitatherstel en stoppen met jagen is meer dan nodig. 73 Patrijs | Trends op basis van de Algemene Broedvogelmonitoring Vlaanderen (ABV) https://t.co/npL8LISVFP #rmarkdown #bookdown

Eric J. Daza, DrPH 🇺🇸🇵🇭 (Mask up, thx!) (@ericjdaza; 20): @PJACaytonPhD @joefranc I just found this, but it looks promising: https://t.co/WeHHbG5kfD (I tend to custom-build my own causal inference R scripts.)

Yiğit Koray Babal (@BabalKoray; 20): @joshuastarmer I am not sure is it suitable or not for picture/graphic based book, however rbookdown (https://t.co/hrRch3HsXF) could be great option for e-book with interactive graphics, sharing example datasets, cross-linked citation etc.

Jack Bailey (@PoliSciJack; 20): @DanJDevine The Rmarkdown book is useful too https://t.co/2QGhUfW5gZ

Yad Konrad (@YadKonrad; 20): @Cneude_Matthieu You might like: - https://t.co/EtC9lbJjwk and - https://t.co/QGPjeDAhI6

Lisa DeBruine 🏳️‍🌈 (@LisaDeBruine; 20): > and add this to the _output.yml under bookdown::gitbook: > bookdown::gitbook: includes: in_header: “header.html”

Henry Fabra (@hdfabra; 20): @valentinapduque @BreHaruno @katizsche Bookdown, en Telegram.

Hlynur Hallgrímsson (@hlynur; 20): @GoldenB16117397 @asmae_toumi I can 100% recommend it! > Also, the authors make it available for free online if you’re interested: https://t.co/x2VvOtoIeM

Iglesias_lp (@lp_iglesias; 20): First MA finished! Thanks to @MathiasHarrer for this amazing resource: https://t.co/60sJPMleQF #phdchat #rstudio #ecrchat #metaanalysis #THC #cannabinoids #anxiety https://t.co/7wAunRWb3J

NelsonGon (@bionelsongon; 13): #RStats Is there a way to automatically output every code chunk as kable instead of manually adding it in places? I read https://t.co/JToNdURRbQ but can’t quite figure it out. Thanks!

Neil Saunders (@neilfws; 13): seems to be the best current “figures side by side in rmarkdown” advice https://t.co/xUq8rJ6kTs #rstats

Vikram_Singh Rawat (@Guru_GyanKhoji; 10): @mdsumner @NormBoyington I converted all my poems from word document to bookdown and published it online… It’s a wonderful way to publish books

Indrajeet Patil (@patilindrajeets; 10): @CoulSim @rstatstweet @import Oh, I see. Now I get it. I have no clue then. I would also like to know that then! 😅 > I re-read this section of the book, but couldn’t see anything that might be of help here. > https://t.co/xxeMD87caI

statquant (@statquant; 10): @jntrnr @lefticus xarigan https://t.co/ZMyp4IyA5T

C𐃏rtex Futura (@cortexfutura; 10): @andreynocap @calhistorian @RoamResearch @roamreads Depends - pandoc lets you turn a Markdown document into a book no problem. Checkout bookdown :)

Matt Herman (@buddyherms; 10): @JosiahParry The built-in rmarkdown site generator works really well for simple sites! > https://t.co/1smvg9sfoY

Christophe Dervieux (@chrisderv; 10): @yanivbrandvain that is weird. I can have a closer look if you can share a repo or more. You can open an issue in bookdown for follow up. You should definitely be able to render a bookdown project without this symbol from {crayon} in the printed output.

Christophe Dervieux (@chrisderv; 10): @yanivbrandvain This is because of some color output within the tidyverse due to crayon. It should deactivate properly but it seems not. What is R online ? You can deactivate this color printing with options(crayon.enable = FALSE) > See my answer here https://t.co/VUDZrWfPoE

yaniv brandvain (@yanivbrandvain; 0/2): anyone experience weird #bookdown rendering of R online [even though it looks locally]? eg #Rstats #Rstudio eg https://t.co/caikbbu2Se

Vikram_Singh Rawat (@Guru_GyanKhoji; 0/1): @mdsumner @NormBoyington This is it…. It has nothing to do with programming… > 100% pure literature written and published in #RStats > Am the code on github private repository > https://t.co/NxEs3OPXn4

Lisa DeBruine 🏳️‍🌈 (@LisaDeBruine; 0/1): I’m getting the following error with bookdown::render_book(“index.Rmd”) across multiple projects (but not if I set preview = TRUE). Google searches are getting me nowhere. #bookdown and pandoc are up to date. Any suggestions? https://t.co/1VRVW6lvne

claudîus (@dataclaudius; 0/1): bookdown + exams + webex via #rbloggers #rstats #datascience https://t.co/XbbroW5MxY


Macgregor Aubertin-Young (@AubertinYoung; 11415): I’ve just discovered kable() in the Knitr package for making tables in RMarkdown. Life changing!! Highly recommend for easy and consistent formatting if Word isn’t your jam. :) #RStats https://t.co/kGalskeRKu

Andrew Heiss (@andrewheiss; 2911): @ryancbriggs I’ve been hesitant to switch to complete Rmd—I typically write in .md and insert ggsave()ed things like ![](), but Rmd-based writing is 100% worth it if you use @tjmahr’s magical list-based stuff for inline reporting https://t.co/vTQIcj1Rex - never hand type results again!

R posts you might have missed! (@icymi_r; 239): ✍️ Default knitr options and hooks > 👤 Jumping Rivers @jumping_uk
> 🔗 https://t.co/kdjFKCAOHt #rstats #datascience

Nick Barrowman (@nbarrowman; 133): Yay! Hex stickers arrived from RStudio! R markdown and knitr are amazing for reproducibility, dplyr is fantastic for data manipulation, ggplot is great for graphs, Shiny adds interactivity in my {vtree} package, and pipes are so elegant. #Rstats #geekout https://t.co/dy7c5Q9pND

Ingo Rohlfing (@ingorohlfing; 85): Image sizes in an #RMarkdown Document https://t.co/nxZ20jL8mE Instructive guide by @jumping_uk to various options you can set for figures #rstats

Walmes Zeviani (@walmeszeviani; 51): Today I discovered a feature in {xaringan}. It only renders two matrices if I use \newline instead of the usual \\ to break lines. #xaringan #rmarkdown #knitr #mathjax https://t.co/O4ErMiKy2F

Amy Gaskin (@gaskoid; 51): #rstudio users! > In collaborative R projects, designed for routine data wrangling, what would you say a core collection of packages would include? > My proposal: renv, knitr, rmarkdown, lubridate, tidyverse. > What would you suggest? 😄

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 33): knitr/rmarkdown table of figures and captions side-by-side #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/qWFh7w8M5Z

Paul Stevenson (@RealDrPaul; 22): Hi @rstats folks. I’m playing around with {targets} (thanks @andrewheiss for your tweet!). I’m having trouble getting some RMarkdown hacks (hooks) working with the pipeline. Does anyone have experience in this space? More info on SO: https://t.co/HCJMTXfOEb

Christophe Dervieux (@chrisderv; 21): @ozjimbob @pitakakariki FWIW there is a nice package to help with that with a pretty neat ‘details’ knitr engine https://t.co/DOlqLQ4L0j

Powehi-M87 (@QCProfessor; 10): @RayleighLord Si no se desea escribir los códigos de LaTex para ecuaciones, títulos, etc., se cuenta con LyX, que es una interfaz gráfica para LaTeX. Lo recomiendo ampliamente. El acabado de los textos es de primera y permite incorporar el módulo knitr para escribir y ejecutar código R.


tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 42): I’m failing to create a pagedown::chrome_print pdf output from a shiny app which takes parameter inputs and renders the Rmarkdown #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/ykctc4IzjC

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): Using pagedown::chrome_print() in https://t.co/I6L1HWwhiW #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/i9pBNnd9cn


Zettlr (@zettlr; 20): @kellertuer Understandably. But apparently there is a movement to make minimal TeX installations; I just found TinyTeX, and I think I’m going to go through that one at some point

Tiago Ventura (@_Tiagoventura; 10): @julianacbrand @netoventuraraul Oi Juliana! Vc tem alguma instalação de tex no seu computador? Vê se isso resolve: > install.packages(‘tinytex’) tinytex::install_tinytex()

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): TinyTex installing additional packages which are already present in Docker image #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/8rnRpVZq1a


Karina Bartolomé 💚 (@karbartolome; 10926): Together with @rafa_zamr we’ve developed a new functionality for automagic tabs generation🧙‍♀️in Rmarkdown/Distill files. It’s included in the sknifedatar package📦. Take a look! @apreshill @grrrck > #rstats #rstatsES #timetk #xaringan #Distill #sknifedatar https://t.co/dyBkotcN21

Emil Hvitfeldt (@Emil_Hvitfeldt; 8713): New blog post! > Add a little more ✨flair✨ to your HTML document (xaringan) with ::first-letter and ::first-line > https://t.co/TAXmZo0dfc #rstats #xaringan https://t.co/8ndNG8M7KY

Silvia Canelón (@spcanelon; 453): I started my day receiving this message and it made me SO happy 🥺 > “I’ve just finished my first xaringan presentation based on the tips and guidelines you shared in your two workshop videos” > #rstats #xaringan #xaringanExtra

Emil Hvitfeldt (@Emil_Hvitfeldt; 183): {xaringan} now with drop caps! https://t.co/jm30inRA5e https://t.co/6rx0j3X1OB

Sharon Machlis (@sharon000; 173): The video of @grrrck’s presentation on xaringan is up on YouTube, too! #rstats https://t.co/g8T9kAxURO https://t.co/y54u5q1s5g

Mirna Vázquez Rosas Landa (@MirnaVRL; 168): Today I give a talk in my lab using xaringan slides; it was amazing! Gracias a @spcanelon por el tutorial que nos dio en @RladiesXalapa. #rstats #Bioinformatics

Thomas Pollet (@tvpollet; 153): My talk slot got swapped @ehbea2021 , so you might have missed it, here it is https://t.co/PHf5c1LmP7 (use arrows to navigate). Made with the amazing xaringan package @xieyihui . Paper here: https://t.co/xDurbt3ga4

Silvia Canelón (@spcanelon; 122): https://t.co/JjDrwqPmDg

Eric Brasil (@ericbrasiln; 100): Vixe, fui dar uma olhadinha no xaringan e quando vi eram 2h da manhã! Viu só @BeaMilz e @leofn3, será que vou migrar pra cá de vez? https://t.co/HjRX5kvznr

Silvia Canelón (@spcanelon; 86): Someone could use the CSS tips in @Emil_Hvitfeldt’s new blog post 👇 to make a #xaringan #rstats stoRybook. Just sayin’ (HT @PipingHotData) https://t.co/CLk8nNdc90 https://t.co/fsvRPsodxJ

Silvia Canelón (@spcanelon; 82): For the #rstats folks, the #IS21 slides☝️were made w: > #xaringan by @xieyihui https://t.co/H5bmx7rLnv & #xaringanExtra by @grrrck https://t.co/nAwksJN98r > Tables w #kableExtra by @haozhu233 https://t.co/7LmofLX8Vt > Forest plots w #forester by @randyboyes https://t.co/y8VfVMWH1D https://t.co/YiiHVqCPXi

Mickaël CANOUIL (@mickaelcanouil; 64): I think I am in love with #rstats {xaringan} … I started updating my “reusable” talks/course/workshop from ioslides to {xaringan} (lucky me it was already Rmarkdown). I even made a “poster gallery” for @rlille_rug https://t.co/JN698P3EOI

Silvia Canelón (@spcanelon; 61): A brilliant #xaringan pairing: > #xaringanExtra panelsets and #gganimate 🤩 > Well done @chrisgaskell92! 👏 > #rstats #dataviz https://t.co/V2H9wzJUzO

Silvia Canelón (@spcanelon; 51): 🤩🤩🤩 You took what you learned and ran with it! Like that custom footnote-background #css class! > I love to see it!!! > There’s been so much #xaringan love in my timeline today, I can hardly handle it 💙 https://t.co/dLkLzSTAxE

Rev. Dr. Ryan Straight (@RyanStraight; 47): I shared some of my favorite #rstats and #rmarkdown tips, tricks, packages, and reminders, from #xaringan to BetterBibTeX with @zotero. https://t.co/WKDboXu46k

Data @ Nottinghamshire NHS Healthcare (@DataScienceNott; 33): @NottsHealthcare now have #rstats #xaringan branded slides https://t.co/Ac4wemm8Tv > Special thanks to @spcanelon who ran a xaringan package workshop at last year’s @NHSrCommunity conference https://t.co/8oT42TzHHq. https://t.co/gDvLGJDNu4

Mickaël CANOUIL (@mickaelcanouil; 32): I updated my ´advanced’ #rstats (or detailed introduction 🤷‍♂️) course to {xaringan} format. 🥳 > https://t.co/ryC617iyEN

Danielle Navarro (@djnavarro; 31): @jgeller_phd A “starting xaringan” video might be worth doing at some stage!

Walmes Zeviani (@walmeszeviani; 30): @BeaMilz Eu tô sempre experimentando coisas. Beamer é o porto seguro, LaTeX tá dominado, muito material já escrito com que precisa ser convertido. Xaringan é bastante promissor e facilmente customizável, o que mais me agrada.

eljamboeljamboeljambo (@JotaJotas; 30): Que pena que el ballesta no esté en clase y oiga lo de los dioses japoneses que se llaman como los podere del xaringan [↪](https://twitter.com/JotaJotas/status/1374711097077477381)

Zoë Turner (@Letxuga007; 30): @spcanelon The best things about xaringan, distill and Hugo are that I WANT to do presentations just so I get to build the slides and publish them.😊

James Steele, PhD (ジェームズスティールさん) (@JamesSteeleII; 30): @LisaDeBruine What? There’s a package called xaringan… https://t.co/S8WicjW0n3

Tan (@_TanHo; 23): THE definitive guide to xaringan presentations, folks - holy crap this is awesome! #rstats https://t.co/rkPusaierM

Silvia Canelón (@spcanelon; 21): @StatsGary @AMIAinformatics @StatsGary you must have not been paying attention…or perhaps I should’ve personally tagged you! haha 😜 I think you’ll be happy to know I made my slides with #xaringan! https://t.co/71qFu1mf5c

Beatriz Milz (@BeaMilz; 20): @ericbrasiln Tem sim! No parâmetro ratio output: xaringan::moon_reader: nature: ratio: ‘16:9’

Beatriz Milz (@BeaMilz; 20): @leofn3 @ericbrasiln Curiosidade: falei mundo ninja pq o nome xaringan foi inspirado no Naturo.

Asmae Toumi (@asmae_toumi; 20): @apreshill @allison_horst yesssss i was sitting next to @recspecs730 geeking out about you and how you got your xaringan slides to look like that 🥰

Mickaël CANOUIL (@mickaelcanouil; 12): Hey, #rstats do you have an example on how to use {downlit} with {xaringan}, if that’s even possible? (I did not try yet)

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 12): chome print doesn’t show the plot in xaringan #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/uhW2qJQ1MS

Janderson Toth (@Trifenol; 12): pessoal que usa muito rmarkdown + xaringan: > Me mandem apresentações de slides maneiras feitas no R! > #rstats

Leonardo F. Nascimento (@leofn3; 11): @ericbrasiln @BeaMilz Olha, eu sou suspeito pois gosto muito do #Xaringan. Tem sido um instrumento fundamental nas aulas e apresentações. (Dica que aprendi no tutorial da @BeaMilz use gifs e animações!) Ex1: https://t.co/AlaWXbuwtY Ex2: https://t.co/1Qj8O4i7jl #rstats #RMarkdown

Mitch Henderson (@mitchhendo; 10): @CedScherer @OURmeetup Did you use {xaringan} to make the slides? They’re awesome. [↪](https://twitter.com/mitchhendo/status/1375951313985409030)

Beatriz Milz (@BeaMilz; 10): @walmeszeviani Entendi. Eu também gosto muito das possibilidades de costumização. Outra coisa legal são as extensões que a comunidade cria … eu gosto muito dos pacotes do @grrrck para usar com xaringan https://t.co/GMGiSVz8mN Eu uso bastante o xaringanExtra, xaringanThemer e metathis !

🐑 Zizuuum 🐑 (@MarcSolves; 10): @josepssj Na refachero mi pana Bob directo del clan ushija desertor de la aldea escondida en la rama, poseedor del xaringan,perteneciente al grupo akasuki 😎

Juan Esteban González (@Soma4SV; 10): Xaringan “infinitaluna👍👍” https://t.co/l7fXhaIUcQ https://t.co/9iycoidwZu

Silvia Canelón (@spcanelon; 10): @chrisgaskell92 Surely one of the highest compliments I’ve ever received – thank you Chris! It makes me so happy to hear stories like this. the xaringan universe has so much to offer and if it means you can do away with proprietary software, I’m all for it!

Chris Gaskell (@chrisgaskell92; 10): @spcanelon I came across your workshop videos about 6 weeks ago. Since then I have gone from having never heard of Xaringan to presenting two professionals presentations. Thanks to you PowerPoint is (for me) a thing of the past 😄🤝

Zoë Turner (@Letxuga007; 10): @spcanelon If you ever set up a way to measure who looks at your xaringan repo you’ll see thousands of hits and I will have contributed most of them! I’m forever referring back to your slides - they are so brilliant!

Enrique (@enriquegtejeda; 10): Se me ocurrió usar xaringan package de R para una presentación y wow!