Type I error vs Type II error as simple as you never imagine 😅😅 #statistics #datascience #rstats #python https://t.co/wCudIvsHoY



haifa ben meassaoud (@haifabmes; 870209): Type I error vs Type II error as simple as you never imagine 😅😅 #statistics #datascience #rstats #python https://t.co/wCudIvsHoY

#RStats Question A Day (@data_question; 628124): Don’t mind me, just another meme on linear regression #RStats #DataScience https://t.co/s67qNv3v1r

Jakub Nowosad (@jakub_nowosad; 38694): 🔥Announcement🔥 > @MartijnTennekes and I are working on a book! > It describes how to make elegant and informative maps with the {tmap} package. > You can find the current draft at https://t.co/xtqj7aoOJz. > #rstats #rspatial #cartography https://t.co/1WkqcxuWvz

Dominic Royé (@dr_xeo; 34570): [🆕POST] My first blog post after my summer vacation. As I promised recently, here we go on how to make climate circles in R. #rstats #dataviz > 👉https://t.co/JpgzTZCzVS https://t.co/g30vmpkMAi

R Function A Day (@rfunctionaday; 27054): A cheatsheet is a helpful resource to have at hand while learning a new R package. > The {get_all_cheatsheets} function from {cheatsheet} 📦 makes it convenient to download all available cheatsheets on your computer in one go! 🙌 > https://t.co/CxW1EOoaLK > #rstats #DataScience https://t.co/CXkPpPWZ5d

joranelias (@joranelias; 24347): If anyone knows of remote work for someone who kicks ass at #rstats, SQL and Shiny, has a PhD in statistics and can learn anything, consider me interested in hearing about it.

Eastern Style (@EasternStyle1; 221150): A robot dog testing its jumping ability.#Analytics #MachineLearning #AI #Python #Rstats #Reactjs #IoT #IIoT #Linux #Serverless #flutter #ML #javascript #TensorFlow #BigData #CloudComputing #SDGs #SmartCities #Cloud #SmartHome #5G #Robotics #100DaysOfCode https://t.co/TZndbUnn8x

Jakub Nowosad (@jakub_nowosad; 20647): Many new changes are coming to the {tmap} package! > Learn about them during @MartijnTennekes talk, which starts soon at https://t.co/PayNHqEZMx. > (Backward compatibility is included) > #rspatial #rstats #tmap https://t.co/Lj2UgzM6E8

R Function A Day (@rfunctionaday; 19532): Sometimes you may wish to display a collection of images in a {ggplot2} graph. > The {geom_point_img} function from {ggimg} 📦 provides just the needed geometric layer! 📷 > https://t.co/YinETxrQdk > #rstats #DataScience https://t.co/rhB2jwgsZe

R posts you might have missed! (@icymi_r; 17954): 📦📚 BigBookofR • The biggest collection of R books (and maybe later some other resources too) > 👤 Oscar Baruffa @oscarbaruffa
> 🔗 https://t.co/XMHYtfSOak #rstats #datascience

Dr. Ganapathi Pulipaka 🇺🇸 (@gp_pulipaka; 13996): Top Books: Best Books on Linear Algebra. #BigData #Analytics #DataScience #IoT #IIoT #PyTorch #Python #RStats #TensorFlow #Java #JavaScript #ReactJS #CloudComputing #Serverless #DataScientist #Linux #Mathematics #Books #Programming #Coding #100DaysofCode https://t.co/K5B3hMevsr https://t.co/cYDQ3nF0bz

Jeffrey Girard (@jeffreymgirard; 130110): Looking to admit 1-2 PhD students to @UnivOfKansas for Fall 2022 to Clinical and/or Quantitative #Psychology. We use interdisciplinary methods to assess and study emotional and interpersonal functioning in healthy and clinical populations. #DataScience #rstats #OpenScience https://t.co/PYP7POqo4L

Rubén Arce Santolaya (@ruben_arce_s; 107111): Devops Roadmap #Devops #cloud #Kubernetes #docker #training #security #agile #softwareengineer #AI #MachineLearning #PyTorch #Python #RStats #TensorFlow #JavaScript #CloudComputing #Serverless #DataScientist #Linux #Programming #Coding #100DaysofCode #DataScience #Digital https://t.co/PrzqzCMd1J

Bader ALSalhan | بدر الصلحان (@ALSALHAN; 100115): Infographic: Data Science Deconstructed. > #DataScience #Analytics #BigData #Rstats #AI #Reactjs #Python #MachineLearning #IoT #IIoT #ML #CloudComputing #NLP #flutter #Great #javascript #TensorFlow #Coding #Linux #Serverless #CodeNewbies #100DaysOfCode #data https://t.co/L66he8Nl2U

David Holm (@cloudpreacher; 98126): 9 ethical AI principles for organizations to follow! > https://t.co/7P1dhSj5fs > #Analytics #MachineLearning #mpgvip #defstar5 #IIoT #100DaysofCode #startups #BigData #IoT #Python #RStats #JavaScript #ReactJS #Serverless #Coding #5G #DataScience #innovation #ArtificialIntelligence https://t.co/ZEZXMHcErb

Dr. Ganapathi Pulipaka 🇺🇸 (@gp_pulipaka; 93111): Python Data Structure Lists and Snippets of Code! #BigData #Analytics #DataScience #AI #MachineLearning #IoT #IIoT #Python #RStats #TensorFlow #Java #JavaScript #ReactJS #CloudComputing #Serverless #DataScientist #Linux #Programming #Coding #100DaysofCode https://t.co/BRNxeded1a https://t.co/01vWHxnwyR


Alison Presmanes Hill (@apreshill; 8912): My @rstudio intern @pommevilla has left, but his legacy lives on in a “reimagined journey” with a #blogdown #hugoapero website. 🗺️ > Follow along as we build and trouble-shoot making a new site from scratch! > I bookmarked my 3 heart stopping moments 🫀 > https://t.co/e43ed0JNZg

Julian Quandt (@julianquandt; 328): (14) About a year later than planned, I finally finished part IV of the data/power simulation tutorial on mixed-effects models. https://t.co/N5veLPCUmh It got a little longer than I thought it would (it’s a 99 minute read according to blogdown), but I felt the need to

Matt Wilkins (@mattwilkinsbio; 80): Well, after putting it off for years, I finally updated my website from the OLD Google Sites to actually work on mobile. Jumped on the blogdown/Hugo/Wowchemy wagon to manage the whole thing in RStudio! I’m quite pleased with the results 😁 https://t.co/9wOpXjRuds https://t.co/qAsfH2gDqz

Will Fondrie (@wfondrie; 52): I totally agree. If you are familiar with #RStats, here’s my recommended tools to do it: > Want to keep it simple? 👉 postcards https://t.co/j9oF1hVBr5 > Want to start a blog? 👉 blogdown https://t.co/AYK01Lix3G https://t.co/CHhHqMeB9U

Chris Gaskell (@chrisgaskell92; 41): @ChrisBeeley @apreshill has put some fantastic resources together for using Blogdown to make a Hugo Apero blogsite. I have absolutely loved using it! https://t.co/w9RvlHXLfO

Dr Nicci Potts (@nicci_potts; 41): I’ve spent weeks building a blogdown website & now realising that the #hugo theme I used looks to be incompatible with deployment on #netlify 😭😭 > Time to start again. > #RStats

Ricky Zapata (@Rickycantdrive; 40): This semester I’m reserving Fridays for developing my data skills. Today: connecting R, git, and github to build a website with blogdown > Using this thread to keep myself accountable

Will Fondrie (@wfondrie; 30): I use blogdown for my website, https://t.co/Q4EEVSB5Yg

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 22): Rmarkdown / blogdown for Tamil Language #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/4PXDyxsvQ8

Matt Wilkins (@mattwilkinsbio; 22): Thanks to @apreshill for her amazing tutorial to start me on my journey managing a website in #Rstats with @xieyihui’s {blogdown} package! https://t.co/I2Ub1vtNAH

PharmaSUG (@pharmasug; 20): Get down with R! Learn how to build documentation and websites with the bookdown and blogdown apps, one of PharmaSUG 2021’s Best Paper Winners! #PharmaSUG https://t.co/fbD8XOdE8u https://t.co/XFnZZ6uU0y

Jordi Rosell (@jrosell; 20): @IbanTheOne @ghostmou @guaca @carlos_darko En R markdown tienes un paquete para hacer webs simples sin BBDD https://t.co/4KHQivtWEN

CRAN Package Updates (@CRANberriesFeed; 12): CRAN updates: bestridge blogdown ISLR2 mlflow recometrics RJcluster rtrend #rstats

Todd Jones 🦊 (@toddrjones; 10): @pbaylis Never mind - I now see that you use blogdown and netlify. https://t.co/JHHfi4SznH

Ihaddaden M. EL Fodil, Ph.D (@moh_fodil; 10): @CedScherer @apreshill @RCoderWeb @jdatap I think Allison and R Coder are right. You need to keep only md (or Rmd) files in your post directory. These will be translated into html files in the public folder when you use blogdown::build_site( ) or serve_site depending on the situation.


R posts you might have missed! (@icymi_r; 16135): 📦📚 bookdown • Authoring Books and Technical Documents with R Markdown > 👤 Yihui Xie @xieyihui > 🔗 https://t.co/LPliwhYCds #rstats #datascience https://t.co/4XKeDSkLsw

R posts you might have missed! (@icymi_r; 15435): ✍️ Announcing bookdown v0.23 | RStudio Blog > 👤 Alison Hill @apreshill, Christophe Dervieux @chrisderv, Yihui Xie @xieyihui, RStudio @rstudio > 🔗 https://t.co/8XE5R8kCKp #rstats #datascience https://t.co/l8iLgz3mcu

Tom Mock 💉💉🎉 (@thomas_mock; 326): I highly recommend that folks read the RMarkdown Cookbook as it is chock-full of great ideas and #rstats tips! > https://t.co/Jk6cm4zCiv > Also 100% worth parsing through the source of that book, as it has the meta-code they used to display verbatim code! > https://t.co/grTwPmXZgu

Kyle Walker (@kyle_e_walker; 224): I also appreciate the willingness of @CRCPress to let me share the pre-print as a bookdown website. Not only does this allow for faster sharing and feedback, an online version can include embedded interactive and animated content which I’ve found to be a nice touch #rstats https://t.co/3b0b7INq4m

Jakub Nowosad (@jakubnowosad; 214): The {urlchecker} package by @jimhester is great to check and fix broken links in #rstats packages. > Is there anything similar for #rmarkdown documents, such as {bookdown} sites? > Any suggestion will be appreciated. https://t.co/lzW1tw154K

Marcelo Tournier 🔬👨‍💻🤖🏥 (@marcelotournier; 173): @JohnHelveston Here you have some strategies! Sparklyr is one of my favorites https://t.co/GaBmdCm1Tr

Lisa DeBruine 🏳️‍🌈 (@LisaDeBruine; 70): I’m poking into @xieyihui’s fantastic bookdown package code today to try to figure out how to implement downlit::highlight on some, but not all, of my inline code. I found a very charming function called “tweak_part_screwup” and way more modifying in place than I’ve seen in R.

Molly Offer-Westort (@mofferw; 70): @Matt__Graham I’ve had good success with having students “spin” reports—same benefits of documented reports, but you can do it on a basic .R script with no formatting. https://t.co/oNal9nN80I

Dr. Baba (@babayoshihikoCH; 40): Rの #bookdown で #epub 出力すると #tab_model が、</tr> タグを入れないバグを発見。だが、どこに報告すれば良い? bookdown? sjPlot?

John Paul Helveston (@JohnHelveston; 40): @marcelotournier I swear there’s a bookdown for everything - this is awesome!

Michael Li (@tianhuil; 31): To help you build a new bookdown project faster, we also added some helpful pointers inside the template book itself to get you writing your book more quickly. > https://t.co/OcFY7Dw947 #rstats #datascience #NewBookdownProjects #RMarkdown #Content #NewProjectWizard #File #Output

Lisa DeBruine 🏳️‍🌈 (@LisaDeBruine; 30): Is there a way to set up my own inline shortcuts in #bookdown? Like how surrounding something with backticks inline is converted to <code>txt</code> in the html version? I want to apply an R function to some inline text to create an HTML-formatted code-highlighted version.

Tim Assal (@TimAssal; 23): #RStats friends: are you aware of resources specifically geared toward converting an existing directory structure into #Bookdown (for say wrapping my existing R course lessons into one book)? #rmarkdown 🙏

Prima Pagina News (@PrimaPaginaNews; 21): Bookdown…“Il Virus della lettura…” a cura di CARMINE CASTORO https://t.co/aF8vgtkWkN

Solomon Kurz (@SolomonKurz; 21): @fusaroli Depends on what you mean. The current links to my books are always at https://t.co/u2iFcdXkgb. Elsewhere on my website (https://t.co/LLIPfjai1i) I briefly mentioned sharing my books on twitter or with students as a way to offer me support.

Steph Locke (@TheStephLocke; 20): @jasonhorner @BeginTry As Jason says, you can build a full panel of datetime features (y,m,d,wkend, etc) and then PCA to distill. > Here’s some resources: https://t.co/ebtmP9YQjF https://t.co/86m42wg9LK https://t.co/GJj7ry1flL (around m45)

Ian Lurie (@IanLurie; 20): @RichTatum @Atlassian @k15t_ If you create sections as separate documents/files, it’s easy - just publish what you want. > If you create a single document and want to get fancy, you could use Pandoc, Bookdown, Ulysses, or some of the other tools out there.

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 12): Trouble converting to epub using bookdown #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/u2uPCd9zqG

CRAN Package Updates (@CRANberriesFeed; 12): CRAN updates: bookdown Compositional copBasic DataSpaceR datawizard dlookr emayili etasFLP HelpersMG imp4p Luminescence mbRes proxyC RcppSMC rdrobust Rvcg StratifiedMedicine SWMPr #rstats

Yakhamid  (@rezkyyayang; 11): https://t.co/2kNa1bbfeb ini kebanyakan tentang tutorial R, data science, statistika. bisa diakses umum, cuma gatau kalo keabsahannya soalnya kaya medium gitu deh, semua orang bisa bikin buku di situ.

AI-Summary (@ai_summary; 11): rstudio/bookdown: Authoring Books and Technical Documents with R Markdown #Python #R https://t.co/DVDpeb3AMZ

Lisa DeBruine 🏳️‍🌈 (@LisaDeBruine; 10): For the very few people who are wondering, after bookdown renders a bs4_book, it runs a bunch of tweaks on the html, including downlit_html_node(), which adds highlighting to code blocks and autolinking to inline code. I’d like highlighting of the inline code sometimes.

Kohei Kawaguchi (@mixingale; 10): @J_YAMASAKI bookdownならhtmlもlatexも両方生成されるよ。

Murray Jorgensen (@majmurr; 10): My experience with reading mathematical ebooks in EPUB has not been good, but I see that bookdown has EPUB as one of its output formats. Does anyone know a link to a mathematical book in bookdown/epub?

Grant McDermott (@grant_mcdermott; 10): @GaborBekes @hurtjan @ash_craig @overleaf Just add keep_md: true and/or keep_tex: true to your YAML. E.g. https://t.co/VktcnYSdes

A. Jordan Nafa (@adamjnafa; 10): @an_depasquale @rstatstweet This makes a great companion to that book. https://t.co/em9UvF7NBR Good luck!

Hajar B (@Hajar_Bas; 10): Introduction to Data Science https://t.co/w3zgy3RVEq #rmarkdown #bookdown

Solomon Kurz (@SolomonKurz; 10): @fusaroli Ah, yes. My first blogpost ever sketched out my #bookdown process. It’s not terribly specific, but hopefully it’ll help point someone in a good direction. > https://t.co/yqM4Xc5aLl

Fer (@angelfscal; 10): @jmtoralc @djnavarro Alguna vez usé el bookdown para repasar conceptos de bayesiana y está súper digerible y bien explicado. 👌🏻

Titus Brown (@ctitusbrown; 10): @dynomight7 @michael_nielsen I like it! (Sorry, I missed this back when, dunno why!) > Also, Michael, just ran across Tufte Handouts and side notes in particular - https://t.co/YePI1P3JXY

Rex Douglass (Computational Social Scientist/PhD) (@RexDouglass; 10): R Markdown Cookbook Yihui Xie, Christophe Dervieux, Emily Riederer > 2021-08-17 https://t.co/ubOTh0M6au

fu (@fukurow_mf; 10): ポスドクにしてfacet_wrap以外の呪文を学んだぞ https://t.co/FEDEl0CG0p

د.فارس العضيبي | Faris Alodaibi (@farispt; 10): Meta-analysis تحليل ميتا تحليل إحصائي كمي لمجموعة من الدراسات المتشابهة من أجل الخروج بقيمة واحدة احصائية للأثر من هذه الدراسات مصدر الصورة: https://t.co/DrlCKUfTYr https://t.co/p1EozBgaqR

女王頭 (@oWka29hnJqVfuVn; 10): DVが連続変量、IVが質的変数のときのグラフ作成に使える関数。生データ(点で表す)、平均(線で表す。中央値も可)、密度(バイオリンで表す)、推定(四角で表す。SEや95%CIなどを指定可)をすべて描画してくれる。 ①pirateplot⇨https://t.co/1c6SQLvsFe ②ggpirate⇨https://t.co/eytwzEZw7S

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): With R bookdown::gitbook can I center figures but not the captions? #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/lXocyK5xjS


John MacKintosh (@_johnmackintosh; 92): Today I learned (or relearned) about knitr::cache() in order to refer to a variable in a rmarkdown document before it’s been created. So here I’m picking up the latest Specimen Date, (and formatting it ) even though, at time of knitting / rendering, the data isn’t loaded. https://t.co/0NYaK0msas

Andrew Heiss, geriatric millennial (@andrewheiss; 41): Update to this! You can now pass additional arguments to dvisvgm with knitr’s engine.opts chunk option, so embedding fonts in TikZ-based SVG images from knitr is super easy now! See update in action here: https://t.co/fAus46h4Wb #rstats https://t.co/rOD4LJx9xS

John MacKintosh (@_johnmackintosh; 41): The latest specimen date is r format(knitr::load_cache('setup1','maxdate'), '%d %B, %Y')

Where : setup1 = name of chunk where variable is created maxdate = name of variable > #SavedYouAClick

Ray Becker (@raybbecker; 21): TFW you’re checking dependencies and your brain suddenly cues up Radiohead, “knitr, plyr, more productive…”

Andrew Heiss, geriatric millennial (@andrewheiss; 21): One more update to this—it’s possible to change fonts in tikz knitr chunks so that you’re not stuck with Computer Modern! It just takes a little bit of LaTeX trickery. See here for full details: https://t.co/fAus46yGkL #rstats https://t.co/mfP78fmYLf

Will Ball (@WillBall12; 20): @_johnmackintosh ‘You have to let knitr know if the data file has been changed. One way to do it is to add another chunk option cache.extra = file.mtime(‘my-precious.csv’) or more rigorously, cache.extra = tools::md5sum(‘my-precious.csv’).’

Tyler Smith (@sedgeboy; 11): @kylefbutts With #Sweave / #knitr you can include the #rstats code in your .tex: only one file to manage, and the analysis in your paper is updated automatically every time you compile > https://t.co/dY4sQqm2kN


tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 12): pagedown::find_chrome() does not find any browser #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/AounxzWEQb


Ian T. Adams (@LiminalMori; 101): LaTeX error my old friend, You’ve come to screw with me again. Because my file needs to be knitted, You left my hopes dashed and beaten. And the vision of a pretty PDF Still remains Within the sight of tinytex.


Tom Mock 💉💉🎉 (@thomas_mock; 12325): New blogpost walking through how to embed verbatim RMarkdown code chunks or inline #RStats code IN your RMarkdown reports or {xaringan} slides. > We cover some deeper examples adapted from the RMarkdown Cookbook. > (Documenting the process for future me!) > https://t.co/c0LfjMZATm

Mine Çetinkaya-Rundel (@minebocek; 10120): Yesterday I realized that you can embed @Slidoapp polls in #rstats xaringan slides, they even provide the iframe embed code. Along with @grrrck’s xaringanExtra panes and countdown timer, it’s pretty straightforward to add some interactivity to slides. https://t.co/FOt7Q2ZSAE

R posts you might have missed! (@icymi_r; 3611): ✍️🖥 The Mockup Blog: Displaying verbatim code chunks in RMarkdown and Xaringan presentations: Because the best way to teach RMarkdown is with RMarkdown. > 👤 Tom Mock @thomas_mock > 🔗 https://t.co/q5by4dPYYA #rstats #datascience https://t.co/ZVVMX9Vf1a

Blas M. Benito (@BlasBenito; 230): I started the day with “let’s use the preparation of this talk to learn xaringan” and I am learning CSS now…

Gina Reynolds (@EvaMaeRey; 50): @mrworthington @xieyihui @grrrck @apreshill @andrewheiss @allison_horst @illustratedbyte 😊 Whole Xaringan ecosystem is pretty special!

Devon Cantwell (@devon_cantwell; 50): @DrKWassel Beware, you are about to unleash the xaringan folks 😂

Jonathan Kitt (@KittJonathan; 43): “Making slides with #RMarkdown & #xaringan” Thanks @apreshill ! #RStats https://t.co/9acWcxpw6r

Martine Jansen (@nnie_nl; 41): Definitely my next #rstats xaringan pres will have a poll in it 😎 https://t.co/672FIkCUak

Joel Gombin (@joelgombin; 40): @P_Brasseur @pierre_bat De ce que je vois tu restes sur du beamer. Teste xaringan avec un thème un peu style, c’est encore plus simple et ouvre plus de possibilités

Kato Online (@KatoOnline; 30): @grrrck Hi Garrick, is it possible to tell XaringanExtra::use_webcam() which device to use? I have a few devices and can’t figure out how to get xaringan to use the camera device I prefer for it. Is that possible?

Blas M. Benito (@BlasBenito; 10): @thi_sanna The effort needed to do exactly what you want is on par with what my dear old Beamer requires, so I cannot see any advantages of xaringan so far, unless the slides focus heavily on code rather than ideas.