My new map shows the % of female researchers in Europe, according to UNESCO data. Link to the data source is in the map just below the legend. 👩‍🔬 #women #science #womenintech #rstats #maps #dataviz #DataScience



Milos Popovic/Милош Поповић (@milos_agathon; 662295): My new map shows the % of female researchers in Europe, according to UNESCO data. Link to the data source is in the map just below the legend. 👩‍🔬 #women #science #womenintech #rstats #maps #dataviz #DataScience

SamanthaGirvan (@SamanthaGirvan; 2399): Literally spent my Friday night writing code in R. What has happened to me? I can’t get over how much I love seeing data visualised and looking pretty! It’s so much fun! Why did I not find this sooner. Why didn’t I learn bioinformatics? #RStats

Kirk Borne (@KirkDBorne; 20291): 10 Most Useful Books to Boost your Career in #DataScience: via @analyticsinme ————— #BigData #DataScientists #AI #MachineLearning #DeepLearning #Analytics #Statistics #Probability #Coding #Rstats #Python

Cédric Scherer (@CedScherer; 19915): #30DayMapChallenge | Day 5 | @openstreetmap > Another 🐝 map, another ⬡⬡⬡ map. Made in #Rstats with #ggplot2. > #design #dataviz #beekeeping #germany

Dr. Ganapathi Pulipaka 🇺🇸 (@gp_pulipaka; 123103): Top Books on Artificial Intelligence. #BigData #Analytics #DataScience #IoT #IIoT #PyTorch #Python #RStats #TensorFlow #Java #JavaScript #ReactJS #GoLang #CloudComputing #Serverless #DataScientist #Linux #Books #Programming #Coding #100DaysofCode


Catherine Kim, PhD (@fishiintheC; 32): All of the content for the #R workshop is available on the #blogdown website: > > #R4DS #RStats #DataSciece #DataViz #ggplot2 #R #WomenWhoCode

Ken Butler (@KenButler12; 30): When I actually have some energy, I think I will be moving my blogdown blog to Distill, if I can find a way to do that without too much hassle.

Jason Aizkalns (@JasonAizkalns; 13): #rstats Is it possible to use #distill or #blogdown listing pages as shiny app launcher / gallery / catalog? I’d like the listing page “posts” to keep the metadata, description, tagging, but just link to various apps. Similar to @rstudio connectWidgets

Ariel Muldoon (@aosmith16; 12): Has anyone out there in #rstats #blogdown land had to add two extra \ in config.toml ignoreFiles to avoid errors? I’m (belatedly) updating blogdown now that I’m back in my office and it was just one of those mornings. 😅

Shannon Pileggi (@PipingHotData; 10): @KenButler12 Don’t know how much hassle it is, but hope it helps!

Harshvardhan (@harshbutjust; 0/2): Hello #rstats people! I changed my laptop and can’t get Blogdown and Hugo to work. Any clue how to correct this?


R posts you might have missed! (@icymi_r; 13232): 📚🧹 Doing Bayesian Data Analysis in {brms} and the {tidyverse} > 👤 Solomon Kurz @solomonkurz
> 🔗 #rstats #datascience

RStudio (@rstudio; 11628): Too often, deep technical knowledge is hidden behind paywalls or inside expensive physical books. But not in this community! R Views reviews the Bookdown library site, which includes dozens of hardback titles, completely free. #rstats

Amber Ying 應 緣 🇹🇼 🏳️‍🌈 🦁 (@amberying; 90): Speaking of diamonds, @johnmtowey just plotted the price of round cut diamonds against color and clarity using this R package and this is one of the many reasons why I want to spend the rest of my life with him. >

R Weekly Live (@rweekly_live; 65): An R Community Public Library #rstats #datascience

Ben Hanowell (@BenHanowell; 53): Today, I fixed what I thought was a weird bug in my online course notes, which building with #rstats #bookdown. Although I posted on Stackoverflow to see if I could get a simple response in case I couldn’t fix it, I really dug in. And it turns out that the bug was me begin dumb.

محلل إحصائي (@AbhathMa; 52): ✍️|كتب متوفرة بشكل مجاني عن #الاحصاء > نسخ مجانية لمجموعة كبيرة من كتب الاحصاء و #علم_البيانات ولغة R …. متاحة لقراءتها أونلاين > ⁦ ⁩ > جميع هذه الكتب كتبت باستخدام حزمة bookdown في لغة R والتي تسهل عملية كتابة الكتب والمقالات

Audrey Kelly, PhD (@AudreyLK_PhD; 51): @calves06 @rstudio @ArcGISPro I can’t remember, were you in @jumbanho ’s grad seminar where we did some geospatial stuff in R? If not, this resource we used in the class was great!

Tim Taylor (@drtimt; 50): I’ve been looking at ways to produce a nice HTML version of Rise of the Self-Replicators from the LaTeX source. PanDoc has problems with large multi-file projects. But I’ve now discovered Bookdown at @rstudio. It looks great! Watch this space #selfrepbook

Matt Peeples (@PattMeeples; 50): I’m working on an R bookdown appendix to accompany a book project and really enjoying all the features (easy math text, automatic section organization, code and figure updating, etc.). I think I may fully convert to writing in bookdown for my next big project.

Nils Ratnaweera (@NRatnaweera; 42): Our first public #bookdown based project report written! We monitored woodpiles from a local restoration project to detect #mustelids. All data available in the accompanying #rstats package. > > @ZHAW @MustelidColloq @scnatCH @biodiversityCH

Nithin .M (@nithinnithu_m; 41): Very much me.. nowadays bookdown too #RStats

Andrea Onofri (@onofriandreapg; 41): Our work is little by little progressing (navigating through Faculty and teaching commitments) … First five chapters are online at: Check’em out and, please, comment! #bookdown #RStats

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 22): How to create own table in Bookdown and reference it within the text? #tidyverse #rstats

Ian Gow (@iandgow; 20): @hadleywickham Yep. Steven Pinker, The Sense of Style, pp.298-300. Took me hours to figure out that “lang: en-GB” was needed to stop machinery behind bookdown from “fixing” this for me.

tj mahr 🍍🍕 (@tjmahr; 20): @CoulSim yes i have a notebook of Rmd files where i work on the data. these are compiled with bookdown and tracked with targets. i put the .Rmd files and .md files in version control so i can see when i break things

Audrey Kelly, PhD (@AudreyLK_PhD; 20): @calves06 @rstudio @ArcGISPro @jumbanho Or wait, it was actually this one that we used: A different bookdown! But the one in my first tweet looks useful too!

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 13): _bookdown.yml settings inside index.Rmd #tidyverse #rstats

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 12): Trouble with title rendered in bookdown using bs4_book output type #tidyverse #rstats

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 12): getting bookdown custom blocks to work with pdf output #tidyverse #rstats

Ratna Dewi (@ratnadewi1392; 11): want to learn data science

矢崎 裕一/Yuichi YAZAKI (@yuichy02; 11): Rマークダウンで本を書くための仕組みを作った上で、Rについての本を書いているのか。すばらしいね…! >

Ben Hanowell (@BenHanowell; 10): Observe my shame!

Susannah Cowtan (@SuusJC; 10): @EcoLaurenY …. Rethinks temptation to convert thesis writeup from sweave to bookdown. Thank you for your timely intervention.

ironman (@hommedefer3; 10): stanで自分で書いて(ほぼ)結果とグラフまで再現できたので満足。 #iron勉強メモ

Prof. Mason Garrison 🌈💫✨ (@SMasonGarrison; 10): @ELindstromPhD Gitbook made via bookdown. Here’s the full site: And the source code:

Drew Stommes (@StommesDrew; 0/1): Useful for methodologists and applied researchers alike: “10 Fundamental Theorems for Econometrics”


R posts you might have missed! (@icymi_r; 189): ✍️ An Upcoming Breaking Change in knitr on Unbalanced Chunk Delimiters > 👤 Yihui Xie @xieyihui
> 🔗 #rstats #datascience

Johan Lindbäck (@iiijohan; 30): @KarlPettersso10 @marie_holmqvist @ikitorp Jag använder knitr och väver (eller kanske snarare stickar) ihop min R-kod och LaTeX-kod i samma fil. Men pandoc funkar ju också.

Stas Kolenikov (@StatStas; 23): So I want to see this in #rstats viewer, but I don’t want to see it in the knit markdown, regardless of whether I knit as a fresh process or through the console rmarkdown::render() > if (interactive() & is.null(knitr::current_input())) vtable(my_data_frame)

Rudolf Schlechter, PhD (@rschlec; 20): @kholerakardash knitr

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 12): Knitr change working directory not working #tidyverse #rstats

Tony Hirst (@psychemedia; 10): @choldgraf @driscollis @marcwouts @curvenote @rowancockett @stevejpurves Leanpub seemed to go its own way some time ago… IIRC, I had to do fettling of knitr generated md for > I’d be churning out books on leanpub and trying to hasten my exit plan if I could just generate leanpub-md reliably as just another output format! ;-)

Tony Hirst (@psychemedia; 10): @driscollis @marcwouts @choldgraf doh.. you also need md cell outputs too of course.. so do you know if there’s a reliable eg notebook -(jupytext)–> Rmd-knitr-> leanpub md workflow?

Eric DeWitt (@NeuroChooser; 10): @KordingLab Another problem is that currently (Jupyter) notebooks are not actually good for literate programming and rendering to presentation formats. Compare to RMarkdown/Knitr/Sweave and you quickly see the deficiencies. Source control is another major hurdle. Finally, you need longevity.

Houston H. 💉💉💉🎄 Haynes (@h3techdev; 10): @gztstatistics …between pandoc* and knitr…

Houston H. 💉💉💉🎄 Haynes (@h3techdev; 10): @gztstatistics As an aside, about ten months ago I was fighting through the stack from highcharter through html/widgetframe and pretty much gave up when the issue was somewhere between panic and knitr - out of my depth and beyond my range of patience.

Mickaël CANOUIL (@mickaelcanouil; 10): @Martifa_G @rstats_tweets Simply use python as the engine for all {knitr} chunks with Python in your {xaringan} Rmarkdown.

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): Is it possible to install LunchBox Ornaments for use in rmarkdown with knitr? #tidyverse #rstats


CRAN Package Updates (@CRANberriesFeed; 22): CRAN updates: consort tinytex xfun #rstats

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): How to solve RMarkdown error after installing tinytex::install_tinytex() #tidyverse #rstats


Emil Hvitfeldt (@Emil_Hvitfeldt; 120): @ChelseaParlett @nsgrantham You can also use transparent background for your charts, this way you don’t need to match the background >

Federico Marini (@FedeBioinfo; 42): I don’t know who needs to know that, but I find only few packages as ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️useful as {fabricerin} from @moh_fodil - especially for teaching and sketching, live, on HTML xaringan slides. That’s it, that’s the tweet (excuse my trackpad drawing 😬) #RStats

Derek Sollberger (@DerekSollberger; 20): So now I have the opposite problem: my teaching materials were made for online instruction, not in-person > Enter: #xaringan

Mister Cakeboy (@NotCakeboy; 10): @guxdms slk brinca com as mina de xaringãn (@JollydataB; 10): I plan to implement this from now on in future posts. It seems to work in {distill} code chunks without any problems. > Thanks @grrrck for the amazing work on {xaringan} and {xaringanExtra}!

Matt Dancho (Business Science) (@mdancho84; 10): @1Coderisk3 Oh yeah, Xaringan for the win! 🙌

Marty believes in police abolishment (@Martifa_G; 0/5): Hey #python and #rstats crowd: Is there a good python package like Xaringan? Should i just leverage a notebook into a presentation? > I’ve done this with #r so many times, but this is my first python presentation.

Amelia McNamara (@AmeliaMN; 31): As always, I love @xieyihui’s blog. The gallery of unbalanced chunk delimiters, which all have names! Delightful. “A window cleaning crane lifting a man” 😂

Yohan J. Rodríguez (@hasdid; 11): #R #Automated | Turn an Ordered List on an HTML Page into a Collapsible FAQ List