Finished the summer 2021 version of my dataviz class! 70 videos (≈23 hours!) + a literal ton of annotated ggplot code and examples + in-browser learnr modules that let you make plots without opening R, all open access and CC-licensed! #rstats #dataviz



Andrew Heiss (@andrewheiss; 3234724): Finished the summer 2021 version of my dataviz class! 70 videos (≈23 hours!) + a literal ton of annotated ggplot code and examples + in-browser learnr modules that let you make plots without opening R, all open access and CC-licensed! #rstats #dataviz

R posts you might have missed! (@icymi_r; 577125): ✍️ RStudio Projects and Working Directories: A Beginner’s Guide > 👤 Martin Chan @martin_rstats
> 🔗 #rstats #datascience

curso-r (@curso_r; 508118): O @gilnogueiraofc VIGORA no R, e você? Quer embarcar nessa? Então aproveita, porque acabamos de liberar o cupom GILDOVIGORR com 40% de desconto em QUALQUER CURSO pra te incentivar a pular de cabeça no mundo da Ciência de Dados! #rstats O cupom vai até amanhã 08/05/2021 às 23:59

Alastair Rushworth (@rushworth_a; 24937): Ok, when LDA works, it really works well. I just clustered the text of 3500+ #rstats articles and package websites and was able to give the clusters actual names 😆 > Huge gratitude to @juliasilge & @drob whose {tidytext} 📦makes this type of analysis simple.

Cédric Scherer (@CedScherer; 21528): 📢 New #DataViz series! Voronoi maps showing reported water points per country, colored by distance to the country’s centroid. > #TidyTuesday 2021|19 🚰 Water Access Points by @WaterPointData > More in 🧵 below and 🖼️ on Behance; #rstats #ggplot2 #r4ds

R posts you might have missed! (@icymi_r; 17337): ✍️😸📊 Adding cats to ggplot2 with ggcats > 👤 R CODER @rcoderweb
> 🔗 #rstats #datascience


Danielle Navarro (@djnavarro; 2426): Sometimes teaching is the best job in the world. For one class I teach, I suggest students use R markdown to write up projects. Last year, one student surprised me by deploying a blogdown site, but I told myself that was a one off… > This year one student submitted a Shiny app

R posts you might have missed! (@icymi_r; 6419): ✍️🧹 Tidyverse Tips: Creating an academic website with blogdown > 👤 Martin Frigaard @mjfrigaard
> 🔗 #rstats #datascience

R-Ladies Melbourne Inc (@RLadiesMelb; 2714): This month we’re hosting our first in-person meetup of 2021! 🥳 Led by @Daidaidai2014 you will create your own website using #blogdown and publish with #netlify. No coding experience necessary. Only 35 spaces available! Register now: #rstats

Dr Abbey Page (@abbeyepage; 204): In a bout of self-promotion I also finished my website using #Rstats - #blogdown - #github > > Still got a few wrinkles to smooth out, and it’s very simple, but I’m proud ☺️🎉

R posts you might have missed! (@icymi_r; 197): ✍️🖥 blogdown updates prompted a website overhaul: These are my notes | A. Solomon Kurz > 👤 Solomon Kurz @solomonkurz
> 🔗 #rstats #datascience

haifa ben meassaoud (@haifabmes; 147): 🗓️ Save the date 🔊 We are delighted to invite you to our new meetup “Introduce yourself online with #blogdown and #Hugo Apéro” by @apreshill To subscribe : For more details : #RStats #R #rladies @RLadiesTunis

Daidai (@Daidaidai2014; 142): When I first created my personal website, I had very little coding experience. With inspiration from @xieyihui and @apreshill, I launched my website successfully using #blogdown. Looking forward to building personal websites with you all in person! 🕸️💻🥳

Andrew Heiss (@andrewheiss; 111): @brad_weiner Blogdown—the code is all here:

Mark Edmondson (@HoloMarkeD; 73): Thanks Danny for some examples on how to analyze traffic to your blogdown blog via googleAnalyticsR #rstats

Silvia Canelón (@spcanelon; 44): There are so many reasons to go + sign up for this! You… 1) Want to learn from a stellar #rstats educator 2) Are wondering whether making a personal website is worth it 3) Already have a personal website but are curious about #blogdown 4) Want a peek at the new #HugoApéro theme

Martin Frigaard (@mjfrigaard; 42): ‘Creating an academic website with blogdown’ - get started with your academic website using RStudio. > > #rstats #rstudio #blogdown #hugo > Huge thanks to @dsquintana 🙏🙏🙏 > My academic site:

Matt Craddock (@Matt_Craddock; 20): @PsychScientists @DrGBuckingham @Preece_Kelly I use blogdown/r/rstudio

Brad Weiner (@brad_weiner; 20): 🙏: @beeonaposy and @LittleMissData for Data Mishaps, @ryantimpe for humorous side projects, @apreshill @ProQuesAsker @xieyihui for #blogdown help, @JonBoeckenstedt, @bwgolden, @AndrewBFriedman for liking the bot, @lizgross144 for the feedback, and @Cubs fans everywhere.

Indrajeet Patil (@patilindrajeets; 20): @karbartolome Sorry don’t have much experience with distill or blogdown, so I am useless here. > Tagging @chrisderv, who might be able to give some advice here.

Karina Bartolomé 💚 (@karbartolome; 20): @patilindrajeets This is amazing! Any ideas on how to (easily) host a shiny report inside a distill blog or blogdown? The “or set up your own server” part scares me a little bit 😅

Amit Levinson (@Amit_Levinson; 20): @CDavieSTEM @toeb18 Yes, @toeb18 does amazing work 😍 And as to a website I really enjoy using blogdown, but distill also looks amazing. If you’re specifically interested in creating a webpage (such as an html report, interactive table/graphs online) you can also just host it on GitHub pages :)

Tobias Stalder (@toeb18; 20): @CDavieSTEM For web-apps you can look at Rshiny and for webpages at the packages ‘blogdown’ or ‘distill’

ResBaz Arizona 🌵☀️ (@ResBazAZ; 20): @hidyverse will cover how to make your own website with #R and #blogdown for free on May 20th! Sign up

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 12): Rss issues with blogdown website on netlify #tidyverse #rstats

10-15% of Data (@1Outliers; 10): @djnavarro Bookdownplus is amazing. Write in R markdown and it creates copies in MS word, latex (and pdf), epub, and a blogdown website.

Sarah the Romulan (@xgebi; 10): @charliejhadley This again? (both in my case, except I don’t use blogdown)

Charlie 👩‍💻 (@charliejhadley; 10): Folks question if R is a real language or not. > The CMS I use for my blog is {blogdown}. I suddenly got an idea for a post and instead of writing it I have to fix errors in my blog’s CMS. 🙃

Akiyama Hiroki (@renehiroki; 10): サブドメインと証明書の設定で謎のバグが発生していたのと、blogdownの設定で1日潰れてしまったが、ようやく整った。

jebyrnes (@jebyrnes; 0/2): Anyone else having luck getting packages to compile in the experimental M1 mac branch of #rstats? I got tensorflow to run, want to blog about it…. but packages blogdown depend on are borking


Solomon Kurz (@SolomonKurz; 13724): The 0.4.0 version of my #brms + #tidyverse translation of Kruschke’s “Doing Bayesian data analysis” is up! > > 16

Indrajeet Patil (@patilindrajeets; 7413): Static reports are the past; the future lies with dynamic, #shiny reports in #rmarkdown! > The reader (boss?, customer?, …) can change the parameters as they see fit and the analysis in the document will adjust immediately. 🪄 > For more, see: > #rstats

Karandeep Singh (@kdpsinghlab; 463): @jamespwr @rstudio To do the reverse (convert an R markdown document into an R script), you can use knitr::purl() >

Juli Tkotz (@juli_tkotz; 166): Hey #rmarkdown and #bookdown wizards, what is the best way to add a “click to enlarge” feature in a html output? I have some pictures that aren’t really readable when they’re small. #rstats

Nick HK (@nickchk; 110): It took like three days but I finally have Bookdown working as intended. Except for whatever custom CSS I want. That will have to wait until, uh, later. As later as I can make it.

Vikram_Singh Rawat (@Guru_GyanKhoji; 104): @AmeliaMN I don’t know if it’s useful but… I too have written some coding conventions that should be used while writing R… Hope you like it > Best Coding Practices for R #rmarkdown #bookdown #RStats

Nick HK (@nickchk; 100): Does anyone know the easiest way to get a lot of tikz diagrams into something Bookdown can use (for HTML output)? I’m hoping I can avoid, like, having to screenshot them individually or export them one by one to their own PDFs

Arthur Albuquerque (@arthur_alb1; 100): @load_dependent @dr_keithmcnulty @rlmcelreath Along with Solomon’s amazing translation

Nick HK (@nickchk; 60): Yess I have found a working Tufte-Bookdown outline that doesn’t list the entire TOC at the top of each page, and I will now nab liberally from. Many thanks @kjhealy

yaniv brandvain (@yanivbrandvain; 50): @McAdam_lab @pjboynton great! > I’m developing a bookdown hyperspecialized to my course, but which I hope things can be stolen from-i love your model > w learnR quizzes & shiny apps embedded. > would love to chat to think more about how we can all profitably share/steal

Yunze Liu (@ReedLiu1314; 45): Some useful #RStats content from workshop. What They Forgot to Teach You About R #rmarkdown #bookdown

Aleksandra Lazić (@AleLazic; 42): 🙌”You can create RStudio headers using the Ctrl + Shift + R command … This ensures that the length of all headers are equal and it saves you time from typing out the dashes” And the longer scripts get easier to navigate! #RStats

Nick HK (@nickchk; 40): And while we’re at it, if anyone has ever gotten Bookdown to work with tufte HTML I’d love to see your YAML, I can’t even get the demo to build wkth tufte

Félix P Leiva (@FelixLeivaL; 40): @BeugnonRemy @MalteJochum @EisenhauerLab An spectacular tutorial on Bayesian stat by @SolomonKurz here

🖤✊🏻🌹 John Flournoy Wears a Mask 🌹✊🏻🖤 (@flourneuro; 40): @jennyterry @PsyPAG @bpsmscp Any chance sessions will be recorded, or that you all will produce some kind of handy bookdown guide to simulating data out of this? Also 🤩😍🤩😍

Solomon Kurz (@SolomonKurz; 30): Noteworthy changes include: > * expansions to the material on censored data (; * a new bonus section briefly introducing truncated data (; > 26

Nick HK (@nickchk; 30): Does anyone know how hard it would be to graft the left-nav-bar and search bar of a regular Bookdown template onto a tufte-style template like msmbstyle? It seems like it wouldn’t be too hard but also I’m definitely out of my depth here. What size of project would this be?

Bruno Thiago Tomio (@bttomio; 30): @dr_keithmcnulty

Emily Nordmann (@emilynordmann; 25): I updated #rstats & all pckgs and forgot that due to another issue I need an older version of bookdown and for the life of me I cannot get it to install, I get this error. I have tried all day to fix it and failed, if anyone can help l will name my 1st born kitten after you 🤯

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 22): R bookdown: ‘r’ chunk blocks graphic output from ‘python’ chunk #tidyverse #rstats

Carole Voulgaris (@turleyvoulgaris; 20): @megansryerson I’m wrapping up paper with @greg_macfarlane where the whole thing was done in R/Rmarkdown using Bookdown, and the collaboration is all via Git/GitHub. Kind of a learning curve for me, but it’s pretty cool.

Who You Elp Barber9ja 🇳🇬🇱🇷 (@whoyouelpbarber; 20): Bookdown your haircut location iju ishaga Lagos Nigeria 🇱🇷🇳🇬@_cnotecutz

Solomon Kurz (@SolomonKurz; 20): * a new bonus section clarifying the pooled standard deviation for standardized mean differences (; * an overhaul of the bonus section on effect sizes (; > 36

Solomon Kurz (@SolomonKurz; 20): * a new bonus section highlighting the benefits of the intercepts-only softmax model (; * more work with the Metropolis algorithm for Figure 7.6 (, thanks to @Omid_Ghasemi21; > 46

Nick HK (@nickchk; 20): Regexes I have saved for converting my LaTeX book to Bookdown

Nick HK (@nickchk; 20): @imbernomics Awesome! I will probably have a pub deal by then but not sure if the book itself will be out. There will definitely be a Bookdown version by then, though.

BookAuthority (@bookauthority; 20): Congratulations @xieyihui! We’re honored to inform you that “bookdown” made it to our list of best LaTeX books of all time!

Devin Judge-Lord (@JudgeLord; 20): @brettjgall I use the tufte_handout format to share memos etc in both pdf and HTML

levene bartlett(Αλή Μερτσαν) (@levene_bartlett; 20): @djnavarro I’m teaching biostatistics, I’m preparing presentation with Rmarkdown beamer, I’m planning to make Xaringan for next year. Also I’m thinkinh to make bookdown for my phd dissertation(now I’m researching about topic)

Christophe Dervieux (@chrisderv; 20): @patilindrajeets @karbartolome Shiny document requires a R backend to work. So you can’t insert that into a static website. One way would be to host your shiny app and document elsewhere (own setup or and insert using iframe.

Mike Smith (@grimbough; 20): @LisaDeBruine @Ref Oh, neat! That’s good to know. I find a non-breaking space in another doc and copying it into the Rmd explicitly 😬 > Another idea, are you using a Bookdown output class? I think references are Bookdown rather than Rmarkdown

Lisa DeBruine 🏳️‍🌈 (@LisaDeBruine; 20): Figured it out. I was using output: rmarkdown::html_document > instead of output: bookdown::html_document2

Matthew J. Oldach, M.Sc. (@MattOldach; 12): Hey @xieyihui (and/or #RStats fam) I’ve got ONE CHAPTER of 10 chapter {bookdown} where I REALLY, REALLY NEED to have 27 tabs with {flexdashboard}’s. Is there a hacky-workaround to make this work (I only want html output)?

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 12): R bookdown: 'r' chunk blocks graphic output from 'python' chunk #tidyverse #rstats

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 12): Why does include_graphics not render include_graphics(pdf) images when knitting to bookdown::word_document2 #tidyverse #rstats

Who You Elp Barber9ja 🇳🇬🇱🇷 (@whoyouelpbarber; 11): Bookdown your haircut location iju ishaga Lagos Nigeria 🇱🇷🇳🇬🥰

Who You Elp Barber9ja 🇳🇬🇱🇷 (@whoyouelpbarber; 10): Bookdown your haircut location iju ishaga Lagos Nigeria 🇳🇬🇱🇷

Who You Elp Barber9ja 🇳🇬🇱🇷 (@whoyouelpbarber; 10): Bookdown your haircut location iju ishaga Lagos Nigeria 🇱🇷🇳🇬❤️

Hans Henrik Sievertsen (@hhsievertsen; 10): @nickchk Nice! I’ve been looking for a nice tufte bookdown solution for a while. Looking forward to seeing your solution.

gaston becerra (@gastonbecerra; 10): Y el bookdown que armamos de introducción a la programación con R para cientistas sociales (con foco en #NLP) >

PirateGrunt (@FanninQED; 10): @CMastication Feels like something bookdown or parameterized R markdown could address in some fashion, along with a tool like make or targets.

marynia (@MaryniaKolak; 10): @robinlovelace @hadleywickham Thanks this is a helpful perspective! I was thinking of a text that would be more intro to spatial thinking/giscience, to accompany? a bookdown I have for the labs in multiple software/code.

Ariel Mundo (@amundortiz; 10): But it turns out the omnisapient @xieyihui provided a more elegant answer! And I quote: “Do not wrestle with backslashes. You can never stop it once you start it :) Use text references instead:" #welcometomytedtalk

Arthur Albuquerque (@arthur_alb1; 10): @andrew_stoehr @kjhealy Not sure if you are aware, but don’t forget to check out the tidyverse/brms translation

Jakub Nowosad (@jakub_nowosad; 10): @MaryniaKolak @CRC_MathStats (4) is great; however, it takes time to learn it, and there are several small issues that you can stumble upon while writing the book or delivering it to the publisher. Let me know if you need any help with it in the future - I will be happy to help. 56

chris diaz (@chrisdaaz; 10): @topshelver yes, northwestern university libraries had digital commons for publishing use cases (not repo). now we mostly use static site generators (jekyll, hugo, bookdown)

Koen Yskout (@yskout; 10): @nickchk From the hip, I’d say that should certainly be doable reasonably fast (a couple of hours for an experienced web developer with some knowledge of bookdown, which I am not).

Robin Lovelace (@robinlovelace; 10): @MaryniaKolak @hadleywickham Nobody should have to pay publishers to allow them to make their intellectual property available. Good publishing companies like @OReillyMedia, @CRC_MathStats and others listed at wouldn’t, as far as I know.

Eric Green (@ericpgreen; 0/3): I posted a paid gig on RStudio Community for this. Help me bring this #bookdown template to life! #RStats >

Samuel Calderon (@samuelcase; 0/2): Hace un par de meses y durante aproximadamente un mes realicé un Taller de Elaboración de productos de datos. La segunda ola complicó poder publicar antes el producto final del taller. Aquí lo tienen a libre disposición: #RStats [↪](

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): Bookdown how to change the title styles based on titles names #tidyverse #rstats

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): bookdown custom css issue main book title like h1 #tidyverse #rstats

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): Adding supervisor and other info into bookdown pdf_book #tidyverse #rstats

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): Why won’t RMarkdown with Bookdown recognize Tufte formatting? #tidyverse #rstats


R posts you might have missed! (@icymi_r; 85): ✍️📦👥 R Weekly 2021-W17 Wikidata, knitr, Top 40 New CRAN packages | - Blogs to Learn R from the Community > 👤 R Weekly @rweekly_org
> 🔗 #rstats #datascience

Emil Hvitfeldt (@Emil_Hvitfeldt; 50): @nickchk knitr has a tikz engine 🙌

Seadhna (@id_logos; 40): Мальчик: знает, где клитор. Мужчина: знает, зачем глиттер. Бог: умеет использовать knitR.

Silvia Canelón (@spcanelon; 31): @apreshill @DogGeneticsLLC Thank you! One of the attendees asked about the new fig.alt code chunk option for #rmarkdown and your recent blog post was the perfect resource to share! 🙌

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 21): Inserting images from url to Rmakdown using the knitr::include_graphics #tidyverse #rstats

Adam Lauretig (@lauretig; 20): @rlmcelreath Bob Carpenter also has an unpublished case study in the @mcmc_stan repo. That place is a garden of hidden treasures:

john wares (@wareslab; 20): anybody out there that has Rmarkdown doc w external images that works w relative path to images? I’m struggling w format using knitr::include_graphics(), also seems prob w shiny when relative path…. working on an interactive text

ラジムRadim ・フラジークHladik (@hlageek; 10): @wmlandau I always build my list of targets in rmd file so as to have a documented pipeline. Then I knitr::purl() the rmd and refer to the list in _targets.R. Works just fine, especially because targets do not require any specific list structure. But 👍 if that becomes an in-built feature.

Silvia Canelón (@spcanelon; 10): @lisalendway 🤔 Maybe try knitr::include_url() and point to the local html file? > Example: > knitr::include_url( “slides/presentation.html”, height = “500px” )

Yihui Xie (@xieyihui; 10): @lisa_reiber @MattOldach @rstats_tweets You can use the chunk option include=FALSE:

Milton Tan (@mtanichthys; 10): I notice that using “knitr::opts_chunk$set(echo = TRUE)” to set stuff does not actually change the working directory. Is there a variable of some sort that specifies the folder that the Rmd file is in?

Prof Lynda Boothroyd (@drboothroyd; 10): @JimProvost damn, too many ‘output’s - I haven’t checked if the html file that knitr produces is formatted/laid out using a table!

Alice de Sampaio Kalkuhl (@quantumlandbook; 10): The loops are done. Let’s see what they do to the knitr time.

Dr. Krista Byers-Heinlein (@Krista_BH; 10): @CKVanPay Yeah, I was trying to get the groundhog package to work, but there was a combination of issues of a package no longer on CRAN, knitr auto-loading in R Studio, etc. that made this harder than it should have been. I think renv package is replacing packrat, no?


Kuan Liu 刘宽 (@KuanLiu2; 82): Xaringan UT template and example now online -, repo > Gem on page 7, I embeded the covid shinyapp from @JPSoucy and the open data team > I will continue working on this. Message me if you would like to make changes to the css file.

curso-r (@curso_r; 82): O trabalho do Rafael Rocha @rocha_02 foi um #TidyTuesday com dados relativos à resultados de notas de filmes no Teste de Bechdel-Wallace, e a representação de gênero na indústria cinematográfica. > 🖥️ Leia o trabalho em: > #rstats #ggplot2 #xaringan #dataviz

curso-r (@curso_r; 72): O trabalho da Brunna Escouto @brunnace foi um #TidyTuesday com dados relativos ao custo de obras de infraestrutura de trânsito, em especial metrôs, com informações de 54 países. > 🖥️ Leia o trabalho em: > #rstats #ggplot2 #dataviz #DataScience #xaringan

『jasmin』 (@jasminjoestar; 71): The package I’m using for my final project of this coding class is called xaringan (pronounced sharigan) and the second slide right after was the symbol (from the package a coding nerd made, not even me) > 100 likes and I’ll wear an akatsuki cosplay to my final presentation tho

Kuan Liu 刘宽 (@KuanLiu2; 60): Sneak peak of my new R project - UT Xaringan. I started it for fun but ended up spending too much time on this… Will upload to my GitHub, code another theme for DLSPH specific (next week) and plan to give a workshop🎉 @xieyihui is a genius

Markus Freitag (@MarkusGFreitag; 60): Composing new Xaringan slides is always fun!

MaxNeton (@MaxNeton; 50): @EZURA__ saca só xaringan do pai 😎🤙

Liz Hare PhD STILL at home (@DogGeneticsLLC; 50): @apreshill @spcanelon Yes! PDF slides are really hard to read along with, using a screen reader. A lot of meaningful formatting gets lost (e.g.nestedlists) and it’s hard to keep the presenter’s speaking synched with the slides. PPT is a little better, but these HTML slides made with Xaringan are best!

cass wilkinson saldaña (@mxcatnap; 50): having my first “use rmarkdown + xaringan to compose workshop slides” experience, and uh….. i’m never going back…

Nick (@Mathl3t3; 44): First draft of {xaringan} slides for @cascadiarconf complete! Looking forward to giving my talk “Teaching Non-STEM Students to Code” and excited to listen to other talks! > #rstats

Grant McDermott (@grant_mcdermott; 30): @OmerOzakEcon @giesbusiness It’s all standard R Markdown (xaringan) and hosted on GitHub. You can see the Rmd file here: > To render on my website, I just change my default repo branch to “gh-pages”. I have a quick demo of this over here if you’re interested.

K (@8810_gm; 30): まさか写輪眼(xaringan)と言うパッケージが出てるとは... >

Will Mackey (@wfmackey; 20): have lost it with Xaringan transitions

Jean-Paul R. Soucy (@JPSoucy; 20): @KuanLiu2 A no-bid contract to produce a xaringan template for us. 😂

girl from interior (@mmfbee; 20): Gente, corre aqui aprender a usar o infinite moon reader com o Xaringan no Rstudio 👇✨

Liz Hare PhD STILL at home (@DogGeneticsLLC; 20): @apreshill @spcanelon I’ve been really enjoying Silvia’s Xaringan expertise and beginning to learn myslef. The slides in this format are ay more accessible than PPT!!

Amit Levinson (@Amit_Levinson; 20): @spcanelon Glad you tweeted! I was able to join 😁 > I’m glad you raised this a while back, I’ve since then added the chrome extension to Twitter that reminds me to add an Alt-Text to every image/gif. Though I should definitely do better. > Side note: The #xaringan slides were 🔥💯

Grant McDermott (@grant_mcdermott; 10): @DavidUbilava @giesbusiness I cheated here and just hyperlinked them… but only b/c I hadn’t written out the .bib file yet. If you have one, then it’s actually pretty easy:

Valentina Andrade (@valentiandrade; 10): @andrewheiss Hi @andrewheiss Thank you so much for all the work you do to build user-friendly sites for teaching. As a teacher and researcher in Chile I really appreciate it. Ps: love your xaringan templates

Beatriz Milz (@BeaMilz; 10): @lisalendway @spcanelon I’m not sure if this is what you want, but I once used xaringanExtra::embed_xaringan() to embed other HTML into my xaringan presentation (it was not a xaringan embedded!) , and it worked :)

Lisa Lendway, she/her (@lisalendway; 10): @EcoLaurenY I’ll try that in a little bit and report back. I use xaringan now, but the slides I’m referencing are pre-me-using-xaringan :)

Lauren Yee 🦇👩🏻‍💻🌈 (@EcoLaurenY; 10): @lisalendway Use xaringan bc its awesome?!? Haha i wonder if you could just reference your html as an iframe within the rmd? I have not tested this but it seems like it would be possible.

girl from interior (@mmfbee; 10): @likelihoodratio Xaringan do R 😅

David Ubilava (@DavidUbilava; 0/2): markdown xaringan folks: how do you do referencing? The @nameyear type of referencing, which works with ioslides, for example, doesn’t seem to work here… Or, perhaps, I am missing something too obvious. #RStats

That Jay-Z song in which the fellas are in Paris (@KimJoaoUn; 90): Para começar a semana, deixo aqui esse post do Yihui, dev. do RMarkdown, o titulo é “The Great Notebook War”. Sobre diferenças culturais entre desenvolvedores R e Python, e como isso vai da forma como escrevem código, até o meio em que preferem escrever.

Romain François 👨‍👧‍👧 (@romain_francois; 21): @sharoz @djnavarro No. See e.g. >