Super neat RStudio trick I just stumbled across! RStudio has code section comments (Code > Insert Section…) that let you fold code (if you have at least four -s after), but DID YOU ALSO KNOW that you can make subsections *and* that these all show up in the TOC areas?! #rstats



Andrew Heiss (@andrewheiss; 61881): Super neat RStudio trick I just stumbled across! RStudio has code section comments (Code > Insert Section…) that let you fold code (if you have at least four -s after), but DID YOU ALSO KNOW that you can make subsections and that these all show up in the TOC areas?! #rstats

R-bloggers (@Rbloggers; 19046): Handling missing values in R {} #rstats #DataScience

R Function A Day (@rfunctionaday; 18440): If one correlation is significant, while the other isn’t, it’s a fallacy to conclude that difference in correlations itself is statistically significant. > The {cocor} function from eponymous 📦 helps to formally test this difference: > > #rstats #DataScience

Jake Kaupp (@jakekaupp; 17728): #30DayChartChallenge | Day 22 | Animation > After doing enough annotated line charts, I redid my day 6 tree submission as an animation. Sizing gifs in {gganimate} was a pain. > Code @ #rstats #r4ds #Dataviz

Max Kuhn (@topepos; 16341): A new release of the {{recipes}} #rstats package. > New steps, new selectors, new options for keeping columns used in features! >


Michael (@mikedecr; 556): I will join the chorus of praise for @apreshill’s Blogdown x Netlify super-post. It completely healed like all of my pain around new blogdown workflows, especially the .Rmarkdown –> .markdown bits, and seamless Netlify onboarding holy moly

R-Ladies Tunis (@RLadiesTunis; 2910): We are very honored to invite you to our next meetup “Introduce yourself online with blogdown and hugo apéro” by @apreshill

In order to attend please fill this form : For more details : #RStats #rladies

Silvia Canelón (@spcanelon; 272): 💡Did you know you can build diff versions of your @Netlify site from #git branches? I’m converting my #blogdown site from Hugo Academic to @apreshill’s #HugoApero and used this post by @grrrck to learn how to deploy a preview of my new site (from 2019 + still relevant!) #rstats

R CODER (@RCoderWeb; 120): Repeat with me: > I won’t use Wordpress for a blog anymore, I will use #HUGO #blogdown

Andrew Charles Baker (@AndrewBaker; 80): Updated R and blogdown Hugo no longer works I hate my life [↪](

Meghan Harris (@meghansharris; 80): I don’t know when I’d have time for a side project, but when I have the time, I’m either going to use blogdown or distill to make a family recipe site. Not sure which to use though when the time comes 🤔

Yihui Xie (@xieyihui; 70): @dandekadt @KlintKanopka @Andrew___Baker It’s probably not the fault of R or blogdown or Hugo, but the Tweet you were trying to embed is no longer available for some reason: Try to search for 1271906718235029504 in your site project (Ctrl/Cmd + Shift + F) and delete the embedded tweet.

Alison Presmanes Hill (@apreshill; 60): @IsabellaGhement But also (ALSO!) I sincerely think this is about teaching what they actually need vs what universities prescribe that they need- it is a real world learning objective

Sa-kiera (you can call me Kiera) TJ Hudson 🏳️‍🌈 (@Sakiera_Hudson; 51): @marylyndphan @OpenAcademics @AcademicChatter You can make a free website using blogdown in R and GitHub but I don’t recommend it (for all that’s what I did like a goofy). If you have a good coding background it can be a good choice tho!

Akiyama Hiroki (@renehiroki; 51): blogdownとhugoで自作ブログ開設しました。 themeはhulga(github/wlh320)です🙇‍♂️ 主にR関連の記事が多くなると思いますが、雑多な事もいろいろ更新する予定です。 ご意見ご要望ご質問あれば、google formでもtwitter DM でも、githubでも、お願いします! #rstats

Mickaël CANOUIL (@mickaelcanouil; 41): @RCoderWeb @rstatstweet @apreshill I finally succeeded to get what I wanted or mostly. I’ll definitely make a blog post on how to add floating TOC to a #blogdown website (it will be my ‘first’ post on my #blogdown #RStats ).

Silvia Canelón (@spcanelon; 41): @apreshill I was thinking of floating this by my lab and seeing if folks would be interested! Giving the option of #distill or #blogdown and following your Summer of Blogdown workshop format where the material could be spread over a few weeks, with hw in between

Silvia Canelón (@spcanelon; 40): @PipingHotData @rstudio and to all of you creating incredible Hugo and blogdown resources…💙 (i.e. @apreshill and @ma_salmon)

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 33): Error when creating a new site in R using Blogdown #tidyverse #rstats

Morgs Brew (@morgsbrew; 31): I can’t wait to get this all up. I took down my old #blogdown site and rebuilt it on the @wowchemy skeleton using tutorials from @apreshill. I have branched from my main repo and am busy with the overhaul of content. Launching soon #freshrots #morgsbrew #rstats #youngfarmersSA

Alastair Rushworth (@rushworth_a; 30): wordpress to blogdown/hugo progress…. > hugo is amazingly easy to set up from a template. very fiddly to modify and some of the templates are better supported than others….

Mickaël CANOUIL (@mickaelcanouil; 23): My #RStats #blogdown website is online 🎉🥳🎉 (I also have a landing page

William Spagnola (@williamspagnola; 22): Hi #rstats world! Any thoughts for best platform to add comments to a blogdown site hosted on netlify? I’m current using disqus

R CODER (@RCoderWeb; 20): @PipingHotData @ellamkaye There should be an easy way to achieve it, but as Distill is more limited than blogdown I’m not sure how to do it. Hope the previous repository helps

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 12): add my my_resume.Rmd file generated by pagedown to blogdown file #tidyverse #rstats

Mickaël CANOUIL (@mickaelcanouil; 10): @RCoderWeb @rstatstweet @apreshill aside did not convince me. I went to flexbox css instead. Know I need to style it a bit. I think, this could be a blog post for when I’ll publish my blogdown website 🤔

R CODER (@RCoderWeb; 10): @mickaelcanouil @rstatstweet Use Tocbot: > > I’ve implemented this on my new blogdown site, e.g.

MITTI1210 (@MITTI12101; 10): blogdown+HUGOでサイト作る→アドセンス入れようとしてGOがわからず詰んだまま…

Oscar Baruffa (@OscarBaruffa; 10): @meghansharris @apreshill and @ma_salmon have a lot of blog posts about keeping blogdown sites stable

Oscar Baruffa (@OscarBaruffa; 10): @meghansharris I’m going for distill. I just see too many people battling with broken blogdown sites

Silvia Canelón (@spcanelon; 10): If you’re interested in converting your own site to Hugo Apéro, I had success following the steps from Alison (quoted), with one modification: > Step 0: update Hugo version locally w blogdown::install_hugo() + update online in your Netlify site settings >

Silvia Canelón (@spcanelon; 10): More detailed information on how #blogdown can help you update your Hugo version in this blog post from @rstudio

Shel 🇰🇪 (@Shel_Kariuki; 10): @Andrew___Baker I think I once got this issue. Try installing an earlier version of blogdown. Like one version before the current one.

Mickaël CANOUIL (@mickaelcanouil; 0/2): #blogdown website progressing well (near completion) 😁 Now, I want to have a floating ToC for each posts, it does not seem that trivial/easy to do … 😪 #RStats #blogdown community, any ideas/hints?

NCRKHABAR (@NCRKHABAR; 0/1): *लॉक डाउन मामले पर हाई कोर्ट के आदेश के खिलाफ सुप्रीम कोर्ट जाएगी यूपी सरकार #NCRKhabar


R posts you might have missed! (@icymi_r; 17044): 📚 Best Coding Practices for R > 👤 Vikram_Singh Rawat @guru_gyankhoji
> 🔗 #rstats #datascience

emre toros (@emretoros; 13721): Sunumda kullandığım tüm scriptlere adresinden ulaşabilirsiniz. Bunun dışında Sosyal Bilimlerde R kullanımı ile ilgili Türkçe kitabımı da adresinden indirebilirsiniz. @whyr2021turkey #WhyRTurkey2021

Indrajeet Patil (@patilindrajeets; 9617): One of the coolest things about #rmarkdown is that you can use #rstats code literally anywhere - even while specifying the metadata in YAML! 🤯 > This means you can dynamically change the title (and other metadata) for the document 🪄 > For more, see:

R posts you might have missed! (@icymi_r; 3712): 📦📚 gitdown • Turn Your Git Commit Messages Into A Bookdown > 👤 Sébastien Rochette @statnmap, Girard Cervan @CervanGirard > 🔗 #rstats #datascience

fat-tailed & unbalancedparentheses (@federicocarrone; 192): We are migrating from medium to ghost. > Also keep an eye on our first book Data Science in Julia for Hackers: we are migrating it to bookdown (LaTeX + HTML version with the possibility to launch Binder Pluto notebooks). >

Jose Manuel Vera (@verajosemanuel; 187): Best Coding Practices for #Rstats

Christophe Dervieux (@chrisderv; 103): If you don’t know this, it will help you produce nice and useful reprex. 👌 > Also under the hood, this is knitr support and you can use this syntax to produce report from R script! 📝 >

Andrew Heiss (@andrewheiss; 81): @VincentAB @joshuallen17 @rjschoner You can also use bookdown::pdf_document2 (and html_document2 and word_document2) to get captions across PDF/HTML/docx if you refer to the chunk name

Ryuhei (@ryuheidf; 73): Using the"hold" along with the out.width option is a nice way to place multiple figures side by side when using R Markdown. #RStats >

Calgary Pride (@CalgaryPride; 62): There’s still time to register for tomorrow morning’s online #ReadingwithRoyalty with your @calgarylibrary card! Join drag performers Slamda BookDown and Noble Oney for some free sparkly stories and songs at 11 a.m.: #YYCKids #YYC #YYCNow ✨

Data Science au Petit Dèj (@datasciencedej; 53): [C’est prêt!] 🗯 L’article du jour 🥞 Rédiger avec bookdown : pourquoi ? comment ? via @thinkr_fr #donnees #RStatsFR

Solomon Kurz (@SolomonKurz; 40): @eisenlohr_moul For R: If you go that route, these might also be helpful:

Stan O. (@stan_okl; 30): @andrewheiss @VincentAB @joshuallen17 @rjschoner This feature is what got me using bookdown initially.

Alison Presmanes Hill (@apreshill; 30): @Letxuga007 spin it :)

Ingo Rohlfing (@ingorohlfing; 30): @aecoppock @HilaryMatfess costs. However, there are a couple of resources available that make it easy even for newcomers. Adrian Dusa has his book online @NenaOana, @EvaThomann & @CarstenQSchneid have another book in process (that will be published when?) 2/

Vikram_Singh Rawat (@Guru_GyanKhoji; 22): @mdancho84 @rstatstweet I am asking it because I want to write a chapter on deployment including the best option for deploying shiny and your point of view actually matters to me… > Best Coding Practices for R #rmarkdown #bookdown #RStats

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 22): Bookdown: why is final document title becoming the project title? #tidyverse #rstats

Jae Yeon Kim (@JaeJaeykim2; 20): @wytham88 @maibennett Here’s a chapter on what @wytham88 suggested.

Julián Moyano Di Carlo (@jmoyanodicarlo; 20): @NiklasHausmann @Rchaeology1 I didn’t fully understand this until I found this explanation from @rdpeng: > There isn’t a triple bracket

Gabby Palomo 🐆 (@gabbspalomo; 20): @Rhiannon_Kirton @pygmyrabbitgirl Yes!!

Henning (@radbrt; 12): The project started years ago, is not finished and already dated by now, but I published my “Data analysis with R and Oracle” bookdown book on GitHub pages. #rstats

CRAN Package Updates (@CRANberriesFeed; 12): CRAN updates: bookdown designr dotenv ICSS midasml mobirep qrandom segmented TAM #rstats

Vicent Giner-Bosch (@vginer_upv; 11): Best Coding Practices for R #rmarkdown #bookdown

Franck Tomi 🗝📚 (@Perseis13; 10): @GuillaumeRozier

Meme Overflow (@overflow_meme; 10): Bookdown: why is final document title becoming the project title? #bookdown #r #rmarkdown

Declan McLaren 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿🇪🇺 (@DNeuropsych; 10): @uche_pepe @marylyndphan @OpenAcademics @AcademicChatter > This is a good place to start

Andrew Heiss (@andrewheiss; 10): @VincentAB @joshuallen17 @rjschoner Yeah, you can do all sorts of cross-referencing (figures, tables, equations) with the special \@ref(blah) syntax and it’ll work across all types of outputs

Isabella R. Ghement (@IsabellaGhement; 10): @genomixgmailcom Thanks, Pavitra! It was actually inspired by Figure 4.1 from this excellent book on linear regression and beyond:

Neil Saunders (@neilfws; 10): @aprabhu90 this is bookdown, but I think any RMarkdown would do it

Samantha Sambado (@samsambado; 10): @DrSimoneDr It’s cheesy, but I think this resource covers some basics that other intro resources lack:

ςคгɭ๏ร คภ๔гєร ץคภєร (@keynes37; 10): @achavito Voy a ver si cacharreo.. ando en un proyecto de markdown para mi bookdown de econometria de notas de clase

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): Change “References” by “Bibliography” in Bookdown (gitbook) #tidyverse #rstats

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): Safari - AppleScript does not move to the next section of a bookdown online book #tidyverse #rstats

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): Latex macro using a specific character (“) in bookdown #tidyverse #rstats

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): How to reference a plot that is displayed later with bookdown? #tidyverse #rstats


R Function A Day (@rfunctionaday; 24356): Sometimes you just want to convert the source code from R script (.R) into a new Markdown (.md) document/report. > The {spin} function from {knitr} 📦 makes this conversion effortless! 🪄 > > #rstats #DataScience

Dr. Claire McKay Bowen (@ClaireMKBowen; 1066): As a #knitter and #RStats user, I have to call out on @rstudio for using an image with a #crochet hook instead of #knitting needles for their blog image. > Other than that, yay for knitr update! >

RStudio (@rstudio; 6720): New in {knitr}: Improved accessibility with image alt text {knitr} is the #RStats package that runs code in an .Rmd file, & prepares the code output to be displayed within the #RMarkdown output. Learn more about the accessibility improvements at

R posts you might have missed! (@icymi_r; 3211): ✍️📷🔤 New in knitr: Improved accessibility with image alt text | RStudio Blog > 👤 Alison Hill @apreshill, Christophe Dervieux @chrisderv, Yihui Xie @xieyihui > 🔗 #rstats #datascience

R Weekly Live (@rweekly_live; 269): New in knitr: Improved accessibility with image alt text @rstudio #rstats #datascience

R-bloggers (@Rbloggers; 2112): New in knitr: Improved accessibility with image alt text {} #rstats #DataScience

Sharon Machlis (@sharon000; 115): You can now add alt text to plots generated by #rstats code in an R Markdown code chunk

Rob Donnelly (@RobDonnelly47; 90): @ashdgandhi Knitr is designed to address this by putting R code directly in your latex file. I usually keep my main code separate, and then in the doc have a minimal program that just reads in the outputs and puts them in the right places.

نورة الحسن (@NoorahAlhasan; 70): @devon_cantwell @datingdecisions also, knitr::purl(”.Rmd”, “.R”) will produce an R script from the R markdown file if you later want to use it in another script.

Jenny Bryan (@JennyBryan; 60): @romain_francois of course, it comes from the fact that knitr just supports this in .R scripts, but it’s always fun to re-discover

Dr Amélie Gourdon-Kanhukamwe #ForAFreeZimbabwe (@aFrenchparadox; 52): #30DayChartChallenge Day 23, Time series, tiles. Recycling & extending previous work on Capital Bike Share. Spent saved time developing my own theme after useful feedback from @ikashnitsky on legibility (and truly it was about time). Still need to tweak my knitr settings I think.

Christophe Dervieux (@chrisderv; 30): @bmwiernik @patilindrajeets Yes this is small but important difference. ˋr expression` can be use when the field will be processed by knitr to be converted to md for later Pandoc processing. !expr is evaluated at yaml reading time and can be used by rmarkdown directly. (12)

CRAN Package Updates (@CRANberriesFeed; 22): CRAN updates: knitr #rstats

Philip Leftwich (@PhilipLeftwich; 20): This is great! New options in knitr to add alt text with images and code generated figures. Examples in the article

Alison Presmanes Hill (@apreshill; 20): @ClaireMKBowen @rstudio For you 🌸 >

Tony Hirst (@psychemedia; 12): Handy for anyone generating HTML educational resources from Rmd source docs - image alt text support in knitr > #accessibility #a11y #webaccessibility #weba11y [@olihawkins]

Thomas ‘Fredo’ Hütter (@DerFredo; 11): Alison Hill, Christophe Dervieux, Yihui Xie posted on R-bloggers: New in knitr: Improved accessibility with image alt text #rstats

Hao Ye (@Hao_and_Y; 10): @LisaDeBruine Yeah, this is past my awareness of how RStudio and knitr operate, sorry!

Shel 🇰🇪 (@Shel_Kariuki; 10): @ClaudianoNeto Try this: >

Dr. Claire McKay Bowen (@ClaireMKBowen; 10): @pcrickard @rstudio It could be the opposite for knitting and crocheting then! Knitr uses “one” resource even though knitting involves two needles. Crochetr uses “two” resource even though crocheting involves one hook.

Brad Ross (@itsbradross; 10): @ashdgandhi I should note that at least in R, you can extend doing this kind of thing to complicated tables using packages like knitr (the kable fn outputs nice latex tables) and stargazer

claudîus (@dataclaudius; 0/3): New in knitr: Improved accessibility with image alt text via #rbloggers #rstats #datascience

Data Scientists (@DataScientistsF; 0/2): New in knitr: Improved accessibility with image alt text - - thanks @RichardEudes #DataScience #DS

Alex Albright (@AllbriteAllday; 0/2): Is there a way to tell my #rstats #xaringan slides to not move the counter forward for a subset of slides? > (I’m progressing through distinct images [using knitr::include_graphics] in some adjacent slides and want them to all have the same #) > cc: @grrrck @xieyihui @apreshill

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): Adding a prompt while suppressing Julia output with JuliaCall and knitr in an .Rmd document #tidyverse #rstats


Romain Lesur (@RLesur; 115): pagedown::chrome_print() will be able to generate PDF files of any size in #rstats This kind of issue is now fixed, see


Steven V. Miller (@stevenvmiller; 40): Basically, my grad students are getting an (experimental) lab session on project management and I’m not aware if I can say “just install {tinytex}” when it comes to LaTeX.

Steven V. Miller (@stevenvmiller; 33): #rstats question: here’s where I show my age/weirdness and note that, as a dedicated Linux user for 15 years, I always install LaTeX through texlive in my package manager. I know {rmarkdown} imports {tinytex}. For you all, is {tinytex} your LaTeX installation?

Andrew Heiss (@andrewheiss; 10): @stevenvmiller Install tinytex, then run tinytex::install_tinytex(), then never think about the tinytex package again. I have my students all use it and rarely run into issues

Rylee Alanza Lyman (@ryleealanza; 10): @JadeMasterMath TinyTeX might be worth a shot?

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): Trouble with Travis-CI and Tinytex #tidyverse #rstats


Silvia Canelón (@spcanelon; 7722): 📢Y’all. @grrrck and I are very excited to co-lead an #rstats #xaringan tutorial for @_useRconf! > Perfect for you if you… ☑️ are already comfortable w xaringan ☑️ want to create a #css style guide for your slides ☑️ want to learn about inclusive & accessible slide design

magdalena bennett (@maibennett; 644): I now have two blog posts in the works: “Pretty Xaringan slides when you know shit about HTML and css: My Stackoverflow journey” and “Building Hugo websites when you hate the terminal: Don’t @ me”. I think they’ll be huge successes.

Fabio Votta📊🦉 (@favstats; 152): @Jemus42 This is how I distributed a {xaringan} theme in a package: > Feel free to copy and paste (since all I did is copy & paste from @DrMowinckels :D)

R-Ladies Miami (@RLadiesMiami; 123): Beautiful talk by @PipingHotData ! 💜 Also very beautiful slides with the {xaringan} 📦 and theme from @statsgen! If you weren’t able to make it, the recording will be posted soon!!

Silvia Canelón (@spcanelon; 115): 📢 ¡Este tutorial de #xaringan será presentado en inglés pero habrán subtítulos y tus preguntas las podrás hacer en español si quieres! > Más información sobre como registrarte para @_useRconf aquí: > #rstats #rstats_es

Silvia Canelón (@spcanelon; 104): Doing research preparing for this workshop and I’m hoping fellow #rstats enthusiast @jschwabish will consider adding #xaringan to the resources on the @policyviz site 😀 It’s #rmarkdown + remark.js + css and offers great flexibility in slide design 🎨

Silvia Canelón (@spcanelon; 103): 🖼️ This week (every week?) I was wondering how to package up a #xaringan theme so I don’t have to reuse old slide decks, and I came across this reply – thanks to @Jemus42 for posting the question! #rstats

Silvia Canelón (@spcanelon; 102): Welcome to the #xaringan club @TooSweetGeek! Hex courtesy of @_TanHo #rstats

Lukas Burk / JeMScu (@Jemus42; 83): I”m building a {xaringan} theme for internal use and I’m wondering what the best way to distribute it looks like. I’m making a 📦 anyway, but wrapping xaringan::moon_reader() with a preset CSS file seems… Unnecessary? I want to be be “install and go” though 🤔 #RStats

Alex Albright (@AllbriteAllday; 70): Feeling great vibes for the R community rn, as I asked a xaringan question with [lol] <2 hours to spare before a presentation + got the answer in time to implement – thank you @grrrck for this knowledge 🌟

Jennifer K. Houchins (@TooSweetGeek; 61): Having fun using #RMarkdown for my #eci588 course projects, so I made a @NCState branded template based on the #xaringan package and inspired by @spcanelon. Are you part of the wolfpack? Feel free to grab my code from Github for your own presentations:

Gavin Fay (@gavin_fay; 60): “Club Xaringan” should be the name for the dance party at #rstudioconf2022.

Beatriz Milz (@BeaMilz; 53): Question for xaringan club: Someone asked me and I don’t know the answer. > The person wants to use this template with xaringan, is that a easy way to do it? > xaringar clubers please send some chakra @spcanelon @grrrck #rstats #xaringan

Silvia Canelón (@spcanelon; 51): Welcome to the #xaringan club @DrShaziaRuybal! 🧼 Hex at #rstats

Ijeamaka A (@ijeamaka_a; 51): @spcanelon @grrrck @_useRconf @nounproject The two people who created the Xaringan resources I reference the most??? Am I ready for this??? (yes and I’m also actively trying to clear my calendar to make sure I can attend lol)

Thomas Pellard (@ThomasPellard; 50): xaringan presentations are awesome if you use R or need to include multimedia files. But I need to go back to LaTeX’s beamer when I need to include interlinear glossed examples or to produce both slides and a clean handout from a single file

Silvia Canelón (@spcanelon; 50): Professional, Polished, Presentable: Making Great Slides with #xaringan > 📅 July 7, 2021 at 4-7pm ET ✍️ Registration

Silvia Canelón (@spcanelon; 40): @BeaMilz @grrrck Oooh 🤩 That would be cool! I don’t know about any of the JavaScript stuff but I know @thisisdaryn has incorporated light/dark mode switching in his xaringan slides…here’s the Rmd file, Daryn do you have a live link so we can see it in action? 😇

Shannon Pileggi (@PipingHotData; 32): @spcanelon @grrrck @_useRconf I’m definitely torn on this! I only make xaringan slides like once a year so… 🤷‍♀️ but i know it would make that one time so much easier! tell me this will apply to other areas of my #rstats life like shiny or somthing and you might sell me 😀

Gul Inan (@GulInan5; 22): This is how we celebrate “National Sovereignty and Children’s day” in lecture notes!..#rstats, #tidyverse, #xaringan, #rtweet.

Silvia Canelón (@spcanelon; 20): @DataScienceNott @Jemus42 Is someone out there…with a packaged xaringan theme? 😆

Silvia Canelón (@spcanelon; 20): @PipingHotData @grrrck @_useRconf Shannon this might be a great opportunity to learn how to make your own “opinionated” xaringan theme, just sayin’ 😉

Janith Wanniarachchi (@janithcwanni; 20): @thiyangt @visnut @RLadiesColombo Thank you so much @visnut @thiyangt for the feedback and the compliments. I used xaringan for this and it was really fun to use once I got a hang of the fundamentals.

Ijeamaka A (@ijeamaka_a; 20): This time I’m also creating and customizing my Xaringan slides, as well as making visualizations for my talk, and every part of me is tired.

Ethan (@SEthanMilne; 20): Sure I could make a PowerPoint deck, but why do that when I could spend 4 hours learning HTML to make interactive {xaringan} in R???

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 12): Is there a way to show many R xaringan slides at the same time (like the PowerPoint slide sorter) #tidyverse #rstats

Thomas Van Hoey | 𓏏𓅓𓋴 | 司馬智 (@Simazhi; 10): @ThomasPellard Oh I see. I hadn’t even considered that lol 🤣. Well do tweet if you ever find a xaringan workaround!

Thomas Van Hoey | 𓏏𓅓𓋴 | 司馬智 (@Simazhi; 10): @ThomasPellard It’s been a while but I think I used the Google Chrome pdf print workaround trick: > > Although I just found a new method that seems promising: >

Thomas Van Hoey | 𓏏𓅓𓋴 | 司馬智 (@Simazhi; 10): Unfortunately yes 😔 I’ve been using tables as a solution and set the CSS to make the borders invisible but I’d love an expexR for glosses in Rmarkdown and xaringan.

Thomas Pellard (@ThomasPellard; 10): @Simazhi I also really miss a beamerarticle-like feature for xaringan since I like to print handouts

Thomas Pellard (@ThomasPellard; 10): @Simazhi Pandoc-ling works well with pandoc, but unfortunately xaringan does not use pandoc, which is also problematic for citations

Nathaniel Bechhofer (@bechhof; 10): @alexbstl1 @ryxcommar @JamesSharpsteen @koaleszenz Use xaringan

Jon Schwabish (@jschwabish; 10): @spcanelon @policyviz Thanks, Silvia. I don’t know much about #xaringan, so I’ll have to dig in a bit.

Silvia Canelón (@spcanelon; 10): @BeaMilz @grrrck That said, it could be a fun experiment to copy the css folder into the xaringan directory, refer to that folder in the yaml, and see what happens! 😅There are some css classes that are common with xaringan, so at least some things would transfer!

Beatriz Milz (@BeaMilz; 10): @spcanelon @grrrck What I thought is that it could be developed in xaringan to have similar features..

Arantxa Rodriguez Uribe (@MAranzazuRU; 10): There has to be a more user friendly way of telling Latex you want a new slide than typing: \begin{frame} \end{frame}. EACH TIME. Where are the cute three little dashes of xaringan? - - - boom! New slide!

Matt Dray (@mattdray; 10): @favstats @Jemus42 @DrMowinckels Just to reinforce Fabio’s approach, I did something similar for my org, plus a quick write-up 🐙 📝

Claus Wilke (@ClausWilke; 10): @DavidGohel @lostgps @noamross @jaredlander Thanks! Having full-featured interactive plots in Xaringan slides would be awesome.

Claus Wilke (@ClausWilke; 10): @lostgps @noamross @jaredlander Will this improve compatibility with xaringan? Currently, tooltips don’t scale correctly. (See linked example when you change the size of the browser window.)

Data @ Nottinghamshire NHS Healthcare (@DataScienceNott; 10): @spcanelon @Jemus42 Thanks for sharing - we were just looking for somewhere/someone who had packaged up #xaringan themes in a package for the team’s slides😃

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): Problem with tables in xaringan slides in R #tidyverse #rstats

Ariel Muldoon (@aosmith16; 10): @PipingHotData @jimhester_ This is a great idea! I’ve seen issue guides like the one from @xieyihui,, but a talk to get more conversation around the topic would be 👍.