A population density map of long, slinky Chile. Took a bit of time to find an angle I like. #rayshader adventures, an #rstats tale https://t.co/ulU36V34tw



flotsam (@researchremora; 1182234): A population density map of long, slinky Chile. Took a bit of time to find an angle I like. > #rayshader adventures, an #rstats tale https://t.co/ulU36V34tw

R Function A Day (@rfunctionaday; 24437): If you are fluent in R and wish to learn SQL, it can be nifty to have a function that can provide a syntax translation between the two. > The {translate_sql} function from {dbplyr} 📦 provides such translations 🔀 > https://t.co/cS6zPgdFNn > #rstats #DataScience https://t.co/Jafa31i673

R posts you might have missed! (@icymi_r; 17930): 📦📊 {ggstatsplot} • Enhancing {ggplot2} plots with statistical analysis 📊🎨📣 > 👤 Indrajeet Patil @patilindrajeets > 👻 https://t.co/4muBWhCGVE #rstats #datascience https://t.co/cb7hsHeQpA

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Kaija Gahm (@kaija_bean; 14432): Have you ever wanted to convert your slides to a scrollable #RMarkdown document, maybe to post on your #RStats #distill or #blogdown site? > I wrote a tutorial here: https://t.co/0mSzS9NPmC > #scicomm #tidyverse #DataScience #reproducibility

🎃 Spooky Kross 👻 (@seankross; 276): What are things you do all the time in #rstats that you would discourage a newcomer to R from doing? For me it would be using base graphics and using an R Markdown based blogging setup that is not blogdown.

Shannon Pileggi (@PipingHotData; 110): @seankross 👋Hi! I use an R Markdown based blogging setup that is not blogdown, and I love it. {distill} has been much easier for me to get started & maintain a blog than {blogdown} was.

Michael (@mikedecr; 50): blog overhaul insight: no need to manually set options(hugo.blogdown.version = …) in your site .Rprofile when you can pass as.character(blogdown::hugo_version()) to it

Data Science Dojo (@DataScienceDojo; 42): Have you ever wanted to convert your slides to a scrollable #RMarkdown document, maybe to post on your #RStats #distill or #blogdown site?heres how to do: https://t.co/19VziD1npW

Elio Campitelli (@d_olivaw; 42): Managing a blogdown website be like… > #RStats https://t.co/XkhuCbZO1I

Courtney Crosby (@CourtneyLCrosby; 20): @matt_zefferman @babeheim I use blogdown in R, push the changes to Github, and host my domain name through Netlify. It’s a bit tricky, but @dsquintana has excellent tutorials. Case in point: https://t.co/bOv9e81Kcz

Rob Williams (@jayrobw; 20): @matt_zefferman Jekyll or Hugo if you’re willing to write in Markdown. Hugo integrates pretty cleanly with blogdown, too.

Marta Karas (@martakarass; 20): @seankross “using an R Markdown based blogging setup that is not blogdown” +1 😒 > From my recent email: “I set up hugo academics from scratch. And re-setup it 1y ago same painful way. Bless my heart. You please do use blogdown tutorial”

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 12): Blogdown not displaying plots #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/FHj94ZgXgy

Karina Bartolomé 💚 (@karbartolome; 10): @cristianvaldez5 yo uso distill en r, también tengo un blog en blogdown pero me pareció más complicado aunque permite personalizar bastante más que distill

Lluís Revilla Sancho (@Lluis_Revilla; 0/2): Adding talks to my website with #blogdown. Anyone knows how to make the image of the talk appear on the website? > Currently it is not shown on the list of talks nor the event or dates 😔 Also I desisted to make it appear on the home page (on the academic theme) #help #rStats

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): Build blogdown with github actions in subdir #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/amDbJAGFC3

Jose Luis Cañadas (@joscani; 0/1): Me está dando problemas hoy desplegar en Netlify. ¿Alguna alternativa que sea fácil con blogdown?


Dr Charles T. Gray ⚔️ (@cantabile; 360): Holy shite, @LisaDeBruine > I just copy-pasted my slides into bookdown and > It. Just. Worked. > Everything knitted. All the plots, tables. https://t.co/LrPsu9ao6i

Arthur Albuquerque (@arthur_alb1; 143): @NCahill_Stat Looks nice! @SolomonKurz has also replicated it here https://t.co/zSg3iB7f1Y, first figure

Yihui Xie (@xieyihui; 51): @Lluis_Revilla @MartinezLican @MeghanMHall And documentation is here (just for the record): https://t.co/esNVwu69xW

Mathias Harrer (@MathiasHarrer; 51): @GuillChevance @crcgrubbsd @helenagmieres @pimcuijpers @Toshi_FRKW @DDEbert @CRC_MathStats Hi Guillaume, great resources indeed! We also made sure the entire book is available online for free here: https://t.co/IgzGLKAKYS

Eric Green (@ericpgreen; 34): Anyone want to talk me out of QR codes in a print book (tufte margin notes)? Leaning toward also printing the short URL. > (Online version omits QR code and simply hyperlinks. Thank goodness for eval=knitr::is_latex_output() in #rstats #bookdown.) https://t.co/ijtdGwe9Q6

Espacio Muestral (@espaciomuestral; 32): Te recomendamos: Data Science for Psychologists 📕 > Un libro dirigido a personas del área de #Psicología que quieren comenzar en la #CienciadeDatos desde #R 💻 > 👇👇 https://t.co/7LJPAVCp1L

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 23): Cross-reference code chunks in bookdown similar to figures, tables, and equations #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/f29psMsDOZ

Fabio (@change_states; 20): @ChrisMasterjohn I don’t know if it’s the best, but it’s a good resource if you plan on using R: > https://t.co/BJy4q2rS9Y

memovocab (@memovocab; 11): [Book] Very interesting book (available on line) on how to conduct a meta-analysis with R https://t.co/11h42wvh6t

Colin Madland, PhD© (@colinmadland; 11): @_valeriei @roycekimmons found this course yesterday … https://t.co/h11Qbvgkpa

Bill Gardner (@Bill_Gardner; 11): I’m getting distracted by bookdown (https://t.co/goIULDHvjl). > I have to produce a massive data report. bookdown is immensely powerful, and therefore great fun. > The temptation is spend my time hacking, i.e., playing, Instead of writing, i.e., working.

Colin Madland, PhD© (@colinmadland; 10): @ClaytonBurnsPhD @_valeriei @roycekimmons Agreed, WordPress is challenging for long docs, for sure. I’ve been working in Bookdown recently and really like it for long form publishing. https://t.co/ejIZGBP3uC. Curating? @zotero & @NotionHQ for me.

Jisca Huisman (@HuismanJisca; 10): @Lluis_Revilla @DrMowinckels @djnavarro This may or may not be true for markdown::render, but is not true for knitr::knit > When trying to find back the stackoverflow thread about this, I came across the below, which may be exactly what I need. So, thanks! > https://t.co/aCtkUPP1NB

KOSgitTI v1.45.2(鎖骨さん) (@kosugitti; 10): TeXをpandocでmdにしてあとでRmdで修正してからbookdownでepubが一番いいような気がしてきたぞ。

Douglas Lawton, PhD (@DouglasLawton; 10): @millerdl I also noticed there’s a Rmarkdown template already constructed for the journal in rticles which seems very handy. https://t.co/iJimr57XfF > But yeah manuscript central is a paiiin.

Knut Jägersberg (@JagersbergKnut; 10): @Rami_Krispin I have not tried but it seems possible to register custom language engines. https://t.co/wSmCsODiq4

Flavio Azevedo (@FlavioAzevedo; 10): @ntdPhD For best practices, you probably are looking for Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analyses (PRISMA). There’s little you cannot find here: https://t.co/5QVyRFyXLa > In practice, this online book is absolute 🔥 https://t.co/KWD5SpaKnQ

Paquito Bernard (@PaquitoBernard; 10): @erinomarakunz Best resource for beginners https://t.co/fYOnwhjUWn

Jordi Rosell (@jrosell; 10): @ozeo_ https://t.co/H584MWdBGX

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): Trouble with the Word Themes in Bookdown knit #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/CRNDr22vfG

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): Access parameters in bookdown chapters #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/cWbY64GPF6


tj mahr, friendly ghost 👻 (@tjmahr; 70): @ed_hagen @LisaDeBruine yup. i also use split() and my own super_split() for making the lists. janitor::make_clean_names() can help avoid the need for backticks in the list accessing https://t.co/pgYfATpjQ6

Ingo Rohlfing (@ingorohlfing; 62): There is always one more useful {knitr} function I didn’t know: Put knit_exit() in your file and the knitting process stops after this point. You get a report for everything before knit_exit. Everything that follows is just skipped from report #rstats

John Paul Helveston (@JohnHelveston; 40): @ijeamaka_a This in combination with setting the default figure path so you get a nicely named folder is super nice 🙂 > knitr::opts_chunk$set(fig.path = “figs”)

R Weekly Live (@rweekly_live; 35): An Upcoming Breaking Change in knitr on Unbalanced Chunk Delimiters @xieyihui #rstats #datascience https://t.co/ESqnOInBLa

Stas Kolenikov (@StatStas; 20): @ivelasq3 kableExtra to build upon knitr:: kable()

Joshua Rosenberg (@jrosenberg6432; 13): Weird #rstats question - is it possible to automatically style all of the tables in an R Markdown document with something like what knitr::kable() does?

Andrew Rohne 💻 (@AndrewTheTM; 11): @msimas R does visualization and dashboards better, and there are some things easier in R. If someone ported ggplot, knitr, and kable to Python, it would take a chunk out of R’s user base. > (and I still hate Python, I want brackets and no forced indents!)

Frank Gootjes (@GootjesFrank; 10): @jrosenberg6432 Have a look at the example from the help page of knitr::knit_print: https://t.co/cq2P1wXB6L > When knitting, the code from the example will allow to call a custom print method (kable?) instead of the default knit_print method for a certain object class, in your case “data.frame”.

Ollin D. Langle-Chimal (@Nietzchrodinger; 10): @TrishaShrum Rmarkdown is great for this. You can easily generate tables from any data frame using knitr::kable You can also check some online tools like https://t.co/w2tUy89ipl

tj mahr, friendly ghost 👻 (@tjmahr; 10): @JesseCambon wooo fighting the good fight for jekyll and knitr 👏 https://t.co/EVs0RUpSm7

Ed Hagen (@ed_hagen; 10): @wgervais knitr::spin is another option: > https://t.co/rDeXaAnZWP

Benjamin Gowan (@Benjaming_G; 10): @technocrat @ivelasq3 I blew someone’s mind the other day with a quick df %>% knitr::kable(“latex”) for them ha.

MaleM- #343🇵🇪🇨🇦 (@malena_maguina; 10): data.table >>> pandas knitr & latex >>> jupyter ggplot2 >>>maplolib After using python I love R better https://t.co/doZUKST9Gh

amandaj3038 (@amandaj3038; 10): @anwar_siraji @rstats4ds Maybe the tidy text package combined with Kable from Knitr, or ggtable can help.


ΚΛМRΛΝ КНΛΝ. 🙇‍♂️ ♓️ (@CamCaan; 10): @stayribangsoo @rstats4ds Probably you need to install tinytex

tonho (@tonhocampos; 10): @thiagodasal se precisar instalar tenta o TinyTex, mais leve [↪](https://twitter.com/tonhocampos/status/1449734739452063746)


mestre dos magos (@terrivelment; 110): manguekio xaringan 😡 https://t.co/RNIOuyuUYa

Fêshow (@fernandakellyrs; 80): Aprendendo a tirar pontos positivos da filha da putagem de gente alheia: > - Aprendi xaringan - Estudei o básico novamente - Futriquei mais ainda o R Markdown - Conheci mais sobre as funcionalidades do R > Foi bom, mas o papel de palhaça sei fazer muito bem 🤡

Eric Leung (@erictleung; 30): pretty cool that firefox has a color blindness simulator in its accessibility pane > it’ll make checking xaringan presentations and anything else that runs on the browser to see if it is color-blind friendly https://t.co/rykVsQwzUU

Garrick Aden-Buie (@grrrck; 20): @courtneybhilton @ceptional @LisaDeBruine Maybe @minebocek’s example using @Slidoapp in xaringan slides? https://t.co/IGdxfLzgPH

Brock Tibert (@BrockTibert; 13): It’s been a minute since I have looked for new RMarkdown themes. Interested in standalone HTML files and #xaringan slide decks. > What is everyone using these days? > #rstats #rmarkdown

Ariel Mundo (@amundortiz; 12): The amount of resources that the #rstats community provides never ceases to amaze me. The XaringanBuilder package from @grrrck and @JohnHelveston allows you to render PDFs from #xaringan keeping panel interactions! 💯 https://t.co/WzF1duVXal

Tiago Ventura (@_Tiagoventura; 10): @AIinclusive @BeaMilz Xaringan brabão da @BeaMilz!

Nick Seewald (@nickseewald; 10): @grecostatistics I’m actually becoming more of a xaringan guy these days!

Brian Greco (@grecostatistics; 10): @nickseewald I just learned about xaringan the other day. I love that he named the package that to prevent people from discovering it so he could be one of the only people with nice slides. 😂

Roxana Noelia (@data_datum; 10): ¿Por qué cuando intento imprimir diapos de xaringan solo me imprime la 1era pagina una vez esta en html? Alguien sabe como solucionar eso? Instale varios add-ons de mozilla pero no hay caso. #R_tips #R

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): RMarkdown HTML xaringan - R code chunck titles #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/FrJt31847M

nissinbo (@nissinbo; 0/1): xaringanのcssがいっぱい載ってるサイトないかなあ [↪](https://twitter.com/nissinbo/status/1451337409115820039)