Hi all, I'm pleased to announce {tayloRswift}, a new #rstats package that lets you style ggplots based on #TaylorSwift album color palettes, available at https://t.co/gdTa12aoau Give it a try with the dev version: remotes::install_github("asteves/tayloRswift") https://t.co/Xm1Y7YmfEU



Alex Stephenson (@adastephenson; 1218183): Hi all, I’m pleased to announce {tayloRswift}, a new #rstats package that lets you style ggplots based on #TaylorSwift album color palettes, available at https://t.co/gdTa12aoau > Give it a try with the dev version: remotes::install_github(“asteves/tayloRswift”) https://t.co/Xm1Y7YmfEU

Christophe Nicault (@cnicault; 52476): For this #TidyTuesday, I looked at the salary range in the US for each industry, education and showed the gender gap by industry. > Code : https://t.co/Pqie3OtgA3 > #rstats #dataviz #r4ds https://t.co/NKkpHh6HjP

Jesse Mostipak (@kierisi; 26433): I’m still early days in my #learnML journey, and was very “do I//don’t I” in terms of continuing with Python or using R, but holy Hannah the {tidymodels} Getting Started resources for #rstats are 🔥🔥🔥 > https://t.co/w8w2dUEgZV

R Function A Day (@rfunctionaday; 24656): During analysis, model selection may involve specification and comparison of multiple models. > The {compare_performance} function from {performance} 📦 creates tabular + graphical summaries comparing performance indices for models 🥇 > https://t.co/6cAI5ZbNkl > #rstats #DataScience https://t.co/CxyfyRCCHY

Chad C Williams (@WilliamsNeuro; 18515): All of the die hards rn > #rstats https://t.co/kFv7PCAjn0

Dr. Ganapathi Pulipaka 🇺🇸 (@gp_pulipaka; 126134): Free eBooks:13 Free Self-Study #Books on #Mathematics. #BigData #Analytics #DataScience #IoT #IIoT #PyTorch #Python #RStats #TensorFlow #Java #JavaScript #ReactJS #CloudComputing #Serverless #DataScientist #Linux #Books #Programming #Coding #100DaysofCode https://t.co/Qh4MybNpoe https://t.co/HqqZLAloac


R-Ladies Melbourne Inc (@RLadiesMelb; 173): We are all ready to go for our first in-person meet up! @Daidaidai2014 will be showing us how to create and publish your personal website with #blogdown! #RLadies https://t.co/CSDkIcb5AB

Jesús Vélez Santiago (@jvelezmagic; 116): ✅ This week I learned how to set up a new comment provider: “Utterances.” Enter to my blog and learn how! 😋✨ > Special thanks to @juliasilge and @apreshill, on whom I based my final implementation! 🙌 > https://t.co/obNSNa3s1A > #RStats #blogdown #hugo #utterances #DataScience

Silvia Canelón (@spcanelon; 103): @rachel_roday @AcademicChatter I made my personal website a year ago using the #rstats #blogdown package. If you’re interested, @apreshill walks you through it step by step in this tutorial https://t.co/Ywgm8gIlFA

R-Ladies Melbourne Inc (@RLadiesMelb; 72): Some great learning happening here! #rstats #blogdown @Daidaidai2014 https://t.co/nRpZsEXnCd

R-Ladies Melbourne Inc (@RLadiesMelb; 52): Ready to learn how to create a website from @Daidaidai2014 using #blogdown #rstats https://t.co/o0rvIZw5pF

drzengoh (@zensofficehours; 51): Thanks to @Daidaidai2014 and @RLadiesMelb for running a R blogdown workshop today! Wonderful way of getting to know R better. https://t.co/wu2o0itAAQ

R-Ladies Melbourne Inc (@RLadiesMelb; 32): Fantastic session on creating websites with #blogdown run by @Daidaidai2014. Here is her website https://t.co/oCN8XHzCtT. @Daidaidai2014 is currently looking for a job – please reach out if you have any opportunities in the data science and analytics fields https://t.co/29IkOeOeJv

Sören Wilke (@SorenWilke; 30): Chronic of that blogpost: > Day 1: Oh, look! A neat trick to make ML work with coordinates. I should write a short post on that. Should be real quick. > D2: I really need to dig into svm kernel functions. > D3: Oh… Blogdown updated. Repairing killed Hugo. > D4: What even is truth?

Ischi_Mathes (@GregorMathes; 30): @Dr_LPrendergast @AcademicChatter @PhDVoice @OpenAcademics @AcademicsSay Whenever I learn something new, I write up a short blog post. I tend to forget thinks after a few months and can then look it up on my website again 😅 The site is build via Hugo/ Blogdown and hosted on netlify: https://t.co/JoOm5kPldj

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 23): Rmarkdown - blogdown: how to show yaml-generated table of contents when using anchor link to top of page #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/nCiP5F3deA

Marion (@MazzaShazza; 21): @RLadiesMelb so excited to get a waitlist spot to the event tonight! Pumped to learn about blogdown from @Daidaidai2014 as well as meet some lovely #RLadies!

Kerry B. (@kerry_benjamin1; 20): @kierisi Looking great. Still a blogdown site?

R-Ladies Melbourne Inc (@RLadiesMelb; 11): Make sure you check your site configuration before publishing your website. Check out @apreshill’s Lucille Ball themed blog post on #blogdown checks: https://t.co/zhAaP9onwB #rstats @Daidaidai2014 https://t.co/0x6valvnYH

R-Ladies Melbourne Inc (@RLadiesMelb; 11): Follow along at home: https://t.co/FHciDqRa0D #rstats #blogdown @Daidaidai2014 https://t.co/TmdwuwmGfn

María Braeuner|🇬🇹|Biologist (@braeuNERD; 11): #NewAtThis: Where would the right file to copy the @Mailchimp Pop-up Form HTML code be on a @Netlify website (built with Rstudio+blogdown+GitHub+Wowchemy starter-academic theme)? > #blogdown @rstudio #Rstats https://t.co/J3q3kJGHWj

ann huang (@annnhuang; 10): Although I’d just use Hugo/R blogdown

R-Ladies Melbourne Inc (@RLadiesMelb; 10): Some additional resources - https://t.co/4tEKHhb2vY - https://t.co/X3MI8vOMGu - https://t.co/BuamCpqgH0 - https://t.co/yXiw9b0oYD - https://t.co/mf4rmGFCvA - https://t.co/OnCRJwRVz4 - https://t.co/9ivwNm9mLz #blogdown @Daidaidai2014 https://t.co/IOkmzyBdbr

Xiang Zhang 👨🏻‍💻 (@XiangZhang18; 10): I finally made my first blog post with #blogdown. Every now and then I forget what I did to work with my remote workstation, and every time I check scattered notes and emails. Now I have a home of “notes for myself”. https://t.co/XVuriZX8ad

R-Ladies Melbourne Inc (@RLadiesMelb; 0/1): Working time! Excited to see what websites will be created tonight #rstats #blogdown @Daidaidai2014 https://t.co/DMZIoupUDx

R-Ladies Melbourne Inc (@RLadiesMelb; 0/1): The config .yaml and config folder contain all the configurations for your website. E.g. Changing the title will alter the text that shows up at the top of your website. Personalise with your own colour selection: https://t.co/j757saQIlt 🎨 #blogdown @Daidaidai2014 #rstats https://t.co/1dL1hU11Yp

R-Ladies Melbourne Inc (@RLadiesMelb; 0/1): You can begin modifying the files in your repository to make the website your own. E.g. altering the files in the home folder will update your website’s home page 🏡 @Daidaidai2014 #blogdown #rstats https://t.co/j19Ja8FQhm

R-Ladies Melbourne Inc (@RLadiesMelb; 0/1): Some code to get you started with your #blogdown website: library(blogdown) new_site(theme = “wowchemy/starter-academic”) blogdown::serve_site() blogdown::stop_server() #rstats @Daidaidai2014 https://t.co/Wv66t3gvZq

R-Ladies Melbourne Inc (@RLadiesMelb; 0/1): For this session, you need a github account, #RStudio, #blogdown and #netlify @Daidaidai2014 #rstats https://t.co/jxu7607CQ2

R-Ladies Melbourne Inc (@RLadiesMelb; 0/1): Some examples of #blogdown websites @Daidaidai2014 #rstats https://t.co/rmfkecNuIh


Emma Strand (@EmmaStrand4; 749): I passed my comprehensive exams 😁🎊 & published my study guide as a r-book using R markdown and bookdown! complete with links to papers, figures, study tips/advice, and reflections. All code available on my github, happy studying 🤓 https://t.co/ISTMtD5oWE #rmarkdown #bookdown

Mine Çetinkaya-Rundel (@minebocek; 421): For the last few weeks, I’ve been working on LaTeX formatting for the book that I wrote w/ bookdown. I’ve learned a lot, but I still feel like I have no idea what I’m doing. Here’s proof that, indeed, I have no idea what I’m doing when I copy-paste code from tex.stackexchange 😭 https://t.co/fQerruAMev

Indrajeet Patil (@patilindrajeets; 4112): Although #rmarkdown creates all sorts of outputs, not everything will work across outputs. E.g. I love including gifs in docs. This works in HTML but fails when knitted to PDF. > ✅ How can one make doc robust to multiple outputs? See demo 📽️ > Ref: https://t.co/A0fqXzpGnw > #rstats https://t.co/RbUUifhPdg

R posts you might have missed! (@icymi_r; 3412): 📚🌎🗺 Geocomputation with R > 👤 Robin Lovelace @robinlovelace, Jakub Nowosad @jakub_nowosad, Jannes Muenchow > 🔗 https://t.co/8JUpgnYWQG #rstats #datascience https://t.co/V46BhldQsM

Indrajeet Patil (@patilindrajeets; 3010): ICYMI, you can use {n+1} backticks (`) in #rmarkdown document to show literal code with {n} backticks. 💡 > This is really useful when you want to print the code verbatim in instructive tutorials, talks, etc. 🧑‍🏫 > https://t.co/cNVZ8Zmq4A > #rstats https://t.co/t5cpXvCZwk

Indrajeet Patil (@patilindrajeets; 2410): Not only can you prepare beautiful documents, websites, Shiny apps, etc. using #rstats for free, you can also publish them FOR FREE 🙌 > For more, see: https://t.co/vWeX981w5V > Free and open-source software really is a dream 💕 https://t.co/pagEtNF5Po

Adam Garber (@Adam_C_Garber; 153): Searching for #bookdown resources. Are there any I am missing? > - Very accessible @apreshill @dcossyle (⏲️23:55): https://t.co/34ihbSEVPd - Deep dive @xieyihui: https://t.co/sBTgsvNqWm - Getting started + examples @ivelasq3: https://t.co/3030je11MH > #rstats #rmarkdown

Silvia Canelón (@spcanelon; 142): For most of us, yolo: TRUE in the #xaringan YAML inserts a photo of @kwbroman randomly in your slide deck https://t.co/YgZZPJIK0o > But when @_inundata uses this setting, Karl zoom bombs your presentation in real life 🤣 https://t.co/koNVKODPIO https://t.co/ZXT0bhHlHM

Richard McElreath 🦔🧇 (@rlmcelreath; 100): @Laurijohannes @WomenInStat Lots of people seem to like pairing my lectures (https://t.co/SlpK2wMEVf) with @SolomonKurz’s tidyverse version of my examples (https://t.co/aVmIrEAipX).

Christophe Dervieux (@chrisderv; 93): The new #rstat native pipe may not look so nice in a #rmarkdown document using a Pandoc highlighting theme. Same with other new operator - be aware of that Thanks @edzerpebesma ! https://t.co/07w6wEe8YW > But … using another font hide this issue 😅 https://t.co/Mj1cMQuHgm https://t.co/UGNozqofPz

Daiki Nakamura (@d_nakamuran; 73): Doing Meta-Analysis with R のサイトがさらに進化してた。非常にわかりやすい。 https://t.co/chBtpg3Yei

Solomon Kurz (@SolomonKurz; 62): @aggieerin @SLLancaster @Daniel_Brad4d @dingding_peng @JkayFlake @KMKing_Psych @JoshuaGrubbsPhD @tomfaulkenberry Thanks for the endorsement, @aggieerin! For those interested, you can find a list of my books here: https://t.co/u2iFcdXkgb

Freddy (@fhernanb74; 62): 🗣️ Recomendado este #bookdown 📘🔥 que muestra como aplicar #tidymodels a los ejemplos del libro ISLR, vale la pena leerlo. Abajo el enlace 🔗 https://t.co/CNnPo4FXCP

Dootika Vats (@DootikaV; 61): Can anyone recommend a good external editor for Rmarkdown/bookdown? Or a configuration that works with SublimeText? > I’d love to always use Rmarkdown, but the Rstudio editor is a no go for me.

Olivier Gimenez 🖖 (@oaggimenez; 60): Forgot to say: + All slides written w/ R Markdown and #xaringan theme https://t.co/0P4HGob5cL by @xieyihui + CSS stolen from @ClausWilke https://t.co/fPjGnWiVPJ + Illustration by @allison_horst 🤩 https://t.co/EKRUdOTgHZ

Shixiang Wang (@WangShxiang; 54): https://t.co/9BWx9aAvhP The book, “Mastering Software Development in R” is well written and not very long, I think it is worth to go through for any R learner :). #rstats

Vikram_Singh Rawat (@Guru_GyanKhoji; 51): @matloff @andmazzella @rstatstweet @istsupsan Chapter 7 data Management | Best Coding Practices for R https://t.co/Y2yVsyVmDD #rmarkdown #bookdown #RStats

Dr. Hannah Reich (@hannahgreich; 51): Didn’t know study guides could look this sleek! Check out @EmmaStrand4’s #rmarkdown & #bookdown notes! > Congrats Emma on being ABD!!!! https://t.co/8FbqIxwWIg

Kamil Skowron (@kamilskowron; 41): You think that CSS is frustrating? I dare you to try do even basic stuff in LaTeX 😂 I’m playing with the bookdown and PDF rendering and honestly, this is just so so bad 😱

Alison Presmanes Hill (@apreshill; 41): @Adam_C_Garber @dcossyle @xieyihui @ivelasq3 I think most of this is still current https://t.co/WPdMPOoe9m

Daniele Dell’Oro (@uiopahwa; 40): Modelli Previsione Epidemiologica file:///Users/daniele-ultrapc/Downloads/bookdown-demo-master%202/_book/index.html #rmarkdown #bookdown

Vikram_Singh Rawat (@Guru_GyanKhoji; 32): @Dale_Masch @rstatstweet It’s not a style guide but I am writing something similar to use in daily practice for every #RStats user > https://t.co/tLDzNkhMeh

Tim Assal (@TimAssal; 32): #pandoc in tandem with a #bashscript is pretty sweet. Although #bookdown might take the cake. #Rstats #Rmarkdown

Chad Scherrer (@ChadScherrer; 30): @CMastication FWIW, Julia has https://t.co/Gh7sktn1AF and (currently experimental) https://t.co/PaLlyDuZTj > I haven’t used RMarkdown/bookdown in a while, so I’m not sure how they compare. > You could use PyCall.jl to use Python from these, but I haven’t tried it

Prima Pagina News (@PrimaPaginaNews; 22): Bookdown…“Il Virus della lettura…” a cura di CARMINE CASTORO https://t.co/HnirrG8rAa https://t.co/JBZZOuKMeH

羽月 (@hanetsuki_y; 21): Interpretable Machine Learning https://t.co/2G7Sxa04Nh #rmarkdown #bookdown

⚁マクダラ (@makudara; 21): ちょっと前話題になった説明性の教科書の翻訳、2章は「説明とは」みたいな話なので、専門外でも読んでおくとリテラシーが高まりそう/Interpretable Machine Learning https://t.co/yLiyh6IKvH #rmarkdown #bookdown

Francois van Heerden (@____Francois; 20): @tcarpenter216 @rstatstweet Have a look here: https://t.co/z9abOeHaJE and here: https://t.co/AzUU24dgxH [↪](https://twitter.com/____Francois/status/1395464304921559046)

Edzer Pebesma (@edzerpebesma; 20): actually, bookdown::render_book which might be calling knitr.

Benjamin Wolfe (he/him) (@BenjaminWolfe; 20): Wow this sounds like a worthy project. > And TBH since we’ve been planning to write our #Python book in {bookdown} (if I can ever stop procrastinating on it), this could be a great supporting project. > Like “Here’s a book, + here’s a 📦 we used for formatting that ‘just works.’” https://t.co/0hNoSYfqpe

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 12): Serving Bookdown from Shiny Server #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/mpdzMxyv0M

Joshua de la Bruere (@delaBJL; 12): Tangentally, is there an excel language engine for RMD? > I want to have syntax highlighting for excel formulas in #RStats > Something like: https://t.co/kOUHX0voiP

びわちゃ (@biwacha; 11): Interpretable Machine Learning https://t.co/xqp9uXOufx #rmarkdown #bookdown

Silvia Canelón (@spcanelon; 10): @_inundata @kwbroman @DogGeneticsLLC Ha! A #xaringan yolo: TRUE moment in real life! > Liz this is an option you can add in the xaringan YAML that will randomly insert an image of Karl in your slide deck 🤣 This was a feature originally requested by Karthik https://t.co/YgZZPJIK0o

花鳥風月 (@kachofugetsujp; 10): Interpretable Machine Learning https://t.co/OjgNrFW2ED #rmarkdown #bookdown

ktanigawa (@o_tori710; 10): ちなみにこのオンライン文書はマジでおすすめ。 これ書いてるのが数歳年上の人なんだからほんとダラダラしてる場合じゃないんだよな… Structural Equation Modeling in R for Ecology and Evolution https://t.co/REo70G5Sc1 #rmarkdown #bookdown

Katsue Nagakura (@kaetn; 10): Interpretable Machine Learning https://t.co/HL1GCr8eAG #rmarkdown #bookdown

GravitySucks (@fb_gravitysucks; 10): @GoldenK19325254 @laevitas1 This is a good one > https://t.co/cJV5ZNE1nc

Colin Chisholm (@ColinEChisholm; 10): @bryceoc @abevingtona Definitely a challenge. My committee made all their comments on a PDF. I worked through then for the final version. I haven’t tried it but the redoc package looks promising. https://t.co/JZffIJEEP3

Javier Jurado (@jajugon; 10): @JosepLapidario Yo diría que sí: > https://t.co/EHh32JRMKJ > Pero seguro que tu “estadístico” lo sabe mejor. Los estadistas no suelen saber de estadística :P

Amy Gaskin (@gaskoid; 10): @MeghanMHall R Markdown https://t.co/Kxob9jLAl2 Intro to ggplot: https://t.co/0EidDB4QbN Cheat sheet for ggplot: https://t.co/bbLYFehMsA > Good luck with the course!

Jisca Huisman (@HuismanJisca; 10): The user guide rendered using package bookdown, because I think bookdown is amazing but CRAN doesn’t really support it for vignettes 26 https://t.co/dBWRVqEHVh

Emma Strand (@EmmaStrand4; 10): Code and instructions: https://t.co/0ZGbJno1s2

Victor (@Vhgkasparov; 10): https://t.co/3CommXBLQi Econometria

Saku (@nsakusaku; 0/1): Interpretable Machine Learning https://t.co/zvAydxZKV9 #rmarkdown #bookdown

畠山薫 (@KoR89; 0/1): 読みたいんだけど、久しぶりの英語だから大変そうだな → Interpretable Machine Learning https://t.co/5xgvNUW0l8 #rmarkdown #bookdown

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): Bookdown reproducibility #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/TLLOh7bxLo

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): Refer to multiple figures in bookdown file #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/pxshJoFyll

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): Not finding my bookdown bibliography file #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/DoYu67t7Wz

ヤグチユヅキ (@yousun4423; 0/1): Interpretable Machine Learning https://t.co/22YMy6W9Tr #rmarkdown #bookdown


Hadley Wickham (@hadleywickham; 113): @stephhazlitt @thomas_mock You can use the new fig.alt option: https://t.co/mNJsjTDP51

Ariel Muldoon (@aosmith16; 93): Per usual, #knitr #rstats already has options I didn’t even know I needed. 😃 > Today I used chunk option “https://t.co/4Jg4Sr1eKT" to add a link to an output figure.

Andy MacLachlan (@andymaclachlan; 60): @patilindrajeets use r if, that can changes to following code on output > r if (knitr:::is_html_output()) ' insert gif' r if (knitr:::is_latex_output()) ' insert image' > Some text for both outputs

Alison Presmanes Hill (@apreshill; 40): @choldgraf A good “case study” might be this blog post: https://t.co/VSf97pyGhi > We linked to the GH issues there so you can see how the sausage was made, er, knitted. > We are trying to build better alt text support back into Pandoc too, see: https://t.co/GtpqfRLxYn

Yihui Xie (@xieyihui; 40): @andymaclachlan @patilindrajeets Like this? > {r} knitr::include_graphics(if (knitr::is_html_output()) 'image.gif' else 'image.png')

Humberto Reyes (@HumbertoR; 30): #DataScience My precious …. library(knitr) spin(“mixtos3.R”, precious = T) https://t.co/iO70hKQX2W

Hadley Wickham (@hadleywickham; 30): @simonpcouch You can add it, but it doesn’t currently go anywhere. We’re still figuring out how to plumb together with knitr/rmarkdown.

Serdar Balcı (@serdarbalci; 23): Learning new #rstats everyday: Allow duplicate labels in code chunks (*) | R Markdown Cookbook: knitr.duplicate.label = “allow” https://t.co/utHxWkYxZS

Tony Hirst (@psychemedia; 10): Fighting with knitr… using subtemplates and knitr is generating - and failing on - duplicate chunk labels… :-(

Tony Hirst (@psychemedia; 10): @sleslie @cogdog @judell @grantpotter Ah interesting.. on ,y to do list is to to try to use knitr to generate tiddler files for tiddly wiki (I rediscovered it putting together https://t.co/I2V43G30x8 )

入院患者 (@takuto_patient; 10): knitrが5時間続いている。は?knitrが5時続いている?

Matt Cannon (@MattVCannon1; 10): @theSoshulXyntis I have my own opinions about which packages are commonly used (tidyverse, ggplot2, knitr, …), but I’d be curious to hear other opinions on what packages are “essential”.

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): ! LaTeX Error: File `knitr.sty’ not found #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/dM9IU0ag23


Eren Halil Özberk (@rnzbrk; 141): Rmarkdown ile çalışırken Miktex’in çıkardığı arızalardan bıkanlara Tinytex öneririm. Pişman olmayacaksınız 😀

Miruna Barnoschi (@MirunaBarnoschi; 12): I updated my MacBook, downloaded the new versions of #R and #RStudio… and now I cannot knit the dissertation chapter .Rmd to PDF (there is a problem with TinyTex and the BibTex and, well, rendering everything) #helpmeknitmychaptertoPDF #helpmenotlosemymind #AcademicTwitter

Buck Borasky, Frontier Programmer (@znmeb; 10): @octonion I’ve got a script that builds the whole thing from source. You don’t need texlive unless you want the PDF manuals. It’s an easy build even on four cores. I use TinyTeX at run time instead of installing texlive.

Miruna Barnoschi (@MirunaBarnoschi; 0/1): Okay! I was able to fix the TinyTex problem by re-installing the package… But there is no bibliography. The BibTex not getting rendered in PDF when I knit the .Rmd with master.bib (bibliography) according to apa (bibliography-style) #help! #BibTex #RStudio #AcademicTwitter


Emil Hvitfeldt (@Emil_Hvitfeldt; 737): xaringan theme teaser https://t.co/lHfiCsscXt

Emil Hvitfeldt (@Emil_Hvitfeldt; 386): Little #xaringan trick I learned the other day. > You can nest .pull-left and .pull-right to add more columns 👀 #rstats https://t.co/qLDAHkhkd3

R posts you might have missed! (@icymi_r; 259): ✍️ 📼 share again: Embeded xaringan slides with a share bar | xaringanExtra > 👤 Garrick Aden-Buie @grrrck
> 🔗 https://t.co/pOpEXr9OHe #rstats #datascience

Beatriz Milz (@BeaMilz; 111): @nerdrusty Git Hub Actions.. +1 on that! This presentation made with .Rmd + xaringan is rendered every Friday by GHA, for example. > https://t.co/j3uisqrFRK > I used as a template the yaml that are available in r-lib/actions and changed a bit, and it works!

Karl Broman (@kwbroman; 84): Have you ever wondered what it’d be like to use #rstats #xaringan yolo=TRUE but with a live video stream? https://t.co/hZ99OEOu6Y

ZulemmaBazurtoBlacio (@Zjbb; 50): 😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍 me muero!! Nes.css!! Mi sueño hecho realidad 😍😍 #xaringan https://t.co/8Z5fUhK5ao

Ethan (@SEthanMilne; 50): The {xaringan} slide deck package for R is 100000x better than Powerpoint imo > - Automatic aesthetic of slides is preset w/ custom CSS - No fiddling with image/textbox position - Built-in LaTeX support - Can run code inside slides (and display it!) - Looks nice (?) https://t.co/VZIv938z6Y

Ischi_Mathes (@GregorMathes; 40): Here are my #xaringan slides about how long-term climatic context shapes origination rates, presented today at the @IMERP2021 conference: https://t.co/r09HRciIjs

(((Jacob Dennen))) (@JDenn0514; 21): Using a unique R slideshow program called Xaringan, I look at how time spent studying, sleeping, exercising, and hanging out with friends affects academic stress. Check out the link to see how they are related! https://t.co/7Ng8oiNuGw

Kuan Liu 刘宽 (@KuanLiu2; 20): I am working on a DLSPH Xaringan template and will use it for my SSC presentation. Despite not being select to participate in the student presentation award, I will “show up” in style😎

Ellis Hughes (@ellis_hughes; 13): Threw together a demo for {openMic} - Thanks for the question @grrrck > Add Captions to your #xaringan presentations (or other HTML presentations built with #rstats!) > https://t.co/YPeZCY0zyr

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 11): How to include an unmatched ‘]’ within a Rmarkdown Xaringan code chunk? #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/BQQujvKHMw

Beatriz Milz (@BeaMilz; 10): @rocha_02 @jtrecenti @curso_r um exemplo de GHA + xaringan é esse aqui https://t.co/x51NfZd7Bs essa apresentação usa uma base de dados do meetup, para apresentar coisas como: quais sao os capítulos da R-Ladies no Brasil, quantas pessoas participam do meetup de cada capítulo, etc. +

Yihui Xie (@xieyihui; 10): @andymaclachlan @patilindrajeets Just tell them on a xaringan slide, but remember to press ’m’ when showing them the solution: https://t.co/vuyJedNWWZ

Manika Lamba (@lamba_manika; 10): @LizZepeda714 I am using Xaringan package on R

Benjamin Wolfe (he/him) (@BenjaminWolfe; 10): @LeafyEricScott Somehow I feel like you can fit it in talking about #xaringan slides or #ggplot2 graphics… 😂

CRAN Package Updates (@CRANberriesFeed; 0/1): CRAN updates: geysertimes ggmulti gtsummary solrium spectrolab table1 xaringan #rstats