#rstats tip of the day: The tayloRswift package from @adastephenson now offers a ggplot2 palette for Red (Taylor's Version) https://t.co/WhDH5dcfvA https://t.co/NPRehrUlxg



David Robinson (@drob; 632145): #rstats tip of the day: The tayloRswift package from @adastephenson now offers a ggplot2 palette for Red (Taylor’s Version) > https://t.co/WhDH5dcfvA https://t.co/NPRehrUlxg

Dr. Dominic Royé (@dr_xeo; 581181): These days of #COP26 I was wondering how wind farms are distributed in Europe, so using data from @openstreetmap I made this map. #rstats #dataviz https://t.co/EkuWI353cb

R Function A Day (@rfunctionaday; 46674): Sometimes you may wish to quickly prepare a frequency table for categorical variables. > The {datasummary_crosstab} function from {modelsummary} 📦 provides output with rich details! 🧮

https://t.co/ropUkhXb1v > #rstats #DataScience https://t.co/plsTArmYA1

R posts you might have missed! (@icymi_r; 33066): ✍️ Academic writing in R Markdown I | Why R Markdown? > 👤 Mariana Montes @roblerobusto
> 🔗 https://t.co/kxkqVhi5H5 #rstats #datascience https://t.co/PsBKCEeW1d

R posts you might have missed! (@icymi_r; 27571): 🔎 Search nearly 10,000 Python and R posts & packages with an interactive table - categorised by topic, resource type and code language 🔎 > 🎉 Never lose track of a post you’ve seen here again! > 💡 https://t.co/c4zprupXKV #rstats #python #datascience https://t.co/SeBRQaU13P

flotsam (@researchremora; 23739): Day 12, #30DayMapChallenge: population! Here’s a population map of Africa. > #rayshader adventures, an #rstats tale https://t.co/vKTt7Hpoxm

Indrajeet Patil (इंद्रजीत पाटील) (@patilindrajeets; 20539): I am absolutely blown away by what an impressive feat @nathaneastwood_ has achieved in recreating {dplyr} 📦’s API in {poorman} 📦! 🤯 > https://t.co/H8Hvd2BOcb > Why should you care as a developer? Here is the count of (recursive) dependencies: {dplyr}: 20 {poorman}: 0 > #rstats https://t.co/17KVbIg5dx

R posts you might have missed! (@icymi_r; 18631): 📦🎨 {scico} • Palettes for R based on the Scientific Colour-Maps > 👤 Thomas Lin Pedersen @thomasp85, Fabio Crameri > 🔗 https://t.co/hoGgVrLit8 #rstats #datascience https://t.co/G1FMXBzsYZ

Rubén Arce Santolaya (@ruben_arce_s; 129137): Top Machine Learning Algorithms Predictions @ruben_arce_s #BigData #Analytics #frontend #MachineLearning #CyberSecurity #RStats #TensorFlow #javascript #CloudComputing #Serverless #Linux #database #DataScience #100DaysofCode #ML #devops #php #AI #digital #opensource #DeepLearning https://t.co/IMADqPcpI0

Giuliano Liguori (@ingliguori; 125127): 11 Skills Required To Become a #DataScientist via @ingliguori #DataScience #Data #dataops #Analytics #BigData #Rstats #AI #Reactjs #Python #MachineLearning #IoT #ML #NLP #TensorFlow #100DaysOfCode #MLOps #DEVCommunity #ModelOps @antgrasso @KirkDBorne @mvollmer1 @pierrepinna https://t.co/CYkjQc2YTQ

Eva (@EvaSmartAI; 104115): Meet patrol inspection, fire detection, and fire fighting robots #Analytics #MachineLearning #AI #Python #Rstats #Reactjs #IoT #IIoT #Linux #Serverless #flutter #javascript #TensorFlow #CloudComputing #Robotics #100DaysOfCode 🗒 Delivered via: #VegaLMS https://t.co/6fYMdBN2Io


Alison Presmanes Hill (@apreshill; 281): In case you missed it - crosstalk should be more usable in both distill and blogdown sites, thanks to @jdatap and @cpsievert https://t.co/7HWWLFFi62

Michael (@mikedecr; 90): I wrote a huge blog post about my “highly modular” view of blogdown sites: > • site components tracked by separate repos, imported by the main site repo • especially: blog posts! • how to do this w/ Git submodules • how to make it work w/ Netlify https://t.co/womnGE9ymz

Joao.rs (@KimJoaoUn; 90): @coproduto blogdown > https://t.co/Z7sgDUQtIq

Victor Dogo (@victor_dogo; 50): @curso_r se pudesse escolher, curso de blogdown/distill

R Weekly Live (@rweekly_live; 43): blogdown v1.6: Support for the config/ Directory, and Improvements in install_hugo()/new_post() @xieyihui #rstats #datascience https://t.co/PCmyDQnMI8

Sam Abbott (@seabbs; 40): New website. Aiming for something that is a bit easier to maintain. Just some DNS tinkering left😭 > https://t.co/64ZOqaMd6O

Jacquie Tran (@jacquietran; 30): If you feel like watching me wrangle {blogdown}, I did most of the work compiling this post during my last livestream: > https://t.co/A8W6oQjIBt

🍁🍂 Andrew Heiss 🍂🍁 (@andrewheiss; 30): @joshmccrain @tjmahr @gregsasso even without targets, renv alone is game changing. I set up renv for each of my class websites, for instance, so blogdown will always build and some future minor change in some obscure tidyverse function won’t break anything

Ming (Tommy) Tang (@tangming2005; 20): go to https://t.co/TOG00QqAF7 and find which hugo version you have been using. installing the right version fixed the problem. Also, the new blogdown::check_site() will ping the hugo version in .Rprofile https://t.co/cH8LM4C8AP

Kylie Ainslie, PhD (@DrKAinslie; 20): @seabbs I’ve been trying to find a good tool to build a personal website. I attempted to use blogdown last year, but it has the annoying feature that all authors on publications are listed in alphabetical order (problem for academic pubs)! Do you recommend distill for a website novice?

Ziqian Xia (@Ziqian_Xia; 20): My new website created by blogdown package is officially online😄. https://t.co/BAmfuIBzd9 Special thanks to @xieyihui for such great tools.

A. Jordan Nafa (@adamjnafa; 20): @ford_nik I’m going to second @flynnpolsci’s suggestion of pillaging through @andrewheiss’s website. It’s a treasure trove of useful information. Also, Wowchemy has some pretty easy to use templates for blogdown that look decent (I’m not going to wade into the Hugo vs Jeckel debate)

CRAN Package Updates (@CRANberriesFeed; 12): CRAN updates: blogdown ClimMobTools keras praznik #rstats

Ming (Tommy) Tang (@tangming2005; 11): 1/ Trying to set up my Hugo site in blogdown, but I forget which version of hugo I used on my previous computer. now it does not build…

Michael (@mikedecr; 11): This would certainly be a poor fit for many blogdown users, but hey, if you’re already convinced to use {renv} to give each blog post its own locked package environment (see: https://t.co/ydBwyRSv11), you may find the modular view appealing

🔔Homem (@homemdosino; 10): @coproduto eu falei do distill e o @KimJoaoUn falou do blogdown, mas eu só vejo vantagem usar isso se você for usar muito código em R (ou se você está muitoo acostumado com o R). Imagino que em outras linguagens tenha o equivalente?

🍁🍂 Andrew Heiss 🍂🍁 (@andrewheiss; 10): @ford_nik @flynnpolsci I have resources/tutorials for different levels of website complexity here, from R Markdown Websites (easiest) to blogdown (hardest); distill is in the middle there (but not listed there) https://t.co/6UALQYX2pW

Michael Flynn (@flynnpolsci; 10): @ford_nik @andrewheiss I started using Distill for my class pages and I’ve been happy with that. It’s pretty clean and easy to use. Certainly less of a headache than Blogdown/Hugo. I think the latter is more customizable but I’m not really skilled enough to do much beyond the default.

Ken Butler (@KenButler12; 10): @grecostatistics this is the very boring default-everything distill. > In the welcome page is a link to the old blogdown site.


R posts you might have missed! (@icymi_r; 9615): 📚 Doing Bayesian Data Analysis in brms and the tidyverse > 👤 Solomon Kurz @solomonkurz > 🔗 https://t.co/fsIGJptgjK #rstats #datascience

Ryan Garnett (@ryangarnett78; 607): Oh no another R data book! I have dipped my toe into the R data book writing pool, with a spin. #RStats > Inspiration from and thanks to @thomas_mock @hadleywickham @sharlagelfand @MDAEnv > Data Analytics with R: A Recipe Book https://t.co/uDvwus8Y6t #rmarkdown #bookdown

Sharon Machlis (@sharon000; 458): Tons of #rstats books online! * https://t.co/BlgbCbnZdV curated by @OscarBaruffa, features 200+ R books online, most free * https://t.co/M9fbfnzTn6 is an ‘R Community Library’, @RStudioJoe recently noted. Check out its tags page https://t.co/0DN5mcMFLc https://t.co/6kDpQnT2mh

Dan Quintana (@dsquintana; 284): @JasonChow Look no further https://t.co/irgWIg9nGO

Solomon Kurz (@SolomonKurz; 82): @andrewheiss @tjmahr @bmwiernik @IsabellaGhement @wdonald_1985 @mattansb Quick aside: The link you shared is very outdated and some of the contents therein are wrong. This is the link you want: https://t.co/nf5JlkYlcK

Solomon Kurz (@SolomonKurz; 71): @andrewheiss @tjmahr @bmwiernik @IsabellaGhement @wdonald_1985 @mattansb Since some folks are now sharing this tweet, when in doubt you should always use the ebook links as they appear on my website. Those are always up to date. https://t.co/u2iFcdXkgb

🍁🍂 Andrew Heiss 🍂🍁 (@andrewheiss; 61): @tjmahr @bmwiernik @IsabellaGhement @wdonald_1985 @mattansb I just stumbled across this last night bc of @SolomonKurz’s Rethinking translation https://t.co/BfWUhSIqem - basically when using a new region/state/year/whatever, you should also use sample_new_levels = “gaussian”, right? https://t.co/DK60wfGQbM

Rchaeology (@Rchaeology1; 52): Need special characters in your figure caption in {bookdown}? > (ref:foo) Caption here. >



RSS_SeriesA (@RSeriesa; 52): Another great book 📚 review by Emily Eyles from @BristolUni: Beyond Multiple Linear Regression: Applied Generalized Linear Models and Multilevel Models > https://t.co/a6JHckz3MX > Access to the bookdown ➡️ https://t.co/5dQHo9lVtO

Martin Monkman (@monkmanmh; 50): @StatStas @KevinKBanda @awmercer @BradSpahn 2nd that, plus https://t.co/0RgKjezJON and (shameless self-promotion) here’s the course book (written using @rstudio) for the “data analytics coding fundamentals” course I am teaching (a work in progress!) https://t.co/UFAOUAi4K5

ようこ@イギリス留学 Supply chain勉強中 (@yoko_in_Leeds; 50): つい先日Rがプログラミング言語だと気づいた私にとって、救世主のようなサイトを見つけました…とても分かりやすいです…ありがとうございます😭備忘録も兼ねてシェアさせていただきます。#R #プログラミング初心者 私たちのR: ベストプラクティスの探究 https://t.co/mJ1jnz7a4G #rmarkdown #bookdown

Alex Swiderski (@AlexSwiderski; 50): @twiecki (not python, i know). Accessing stan can be a chore, but once I found Paul Burkners BRMS package in R, there was no turning back. Not to mention, @SolomonKurz rewrote an already great book from @rlmcelreath with the library for public use. > https://t.co/WFjIXsY6i0

Dr Raul Pacheco-Vega (@raulpacheco; 41): @JesusSCarrillo @CarstenQSchneid @EvaThomann @NenaOana El Sensei de R en mi opinión es @salazar_elena por lo que creo que es la mejor persona para preguntar sobre MCA en R, pero este material me gusta https://t.co/Sata8CihG7 > Este libro también es bueno: https://t.co/jeyClira5l > PERO… es de 2014 y R ha evolucionado mucho.

Cassie Thompson (@HotHerps; 40): @am_anatiala I’m actually working on a meta-analysis of my own right now and found this source to be super useful, especially since it puts everything into R context. > https://t.co/y9MERVoqbJ

The Wesner Lab (@wesnerlab; 40): @BrentPease1 You might check out @SolomonKurz brms code for categorical distributions here: https://t.co/kubqFl2eJw > The book recodes everything in McElreath’s 2021 Bayesian book using tidy and brms.

Tiffany Timbers (@TiffanyTimbers; 40): @Erin_R_Hoffman @minebocek There is a section on this in the RMarkdown cookbook: https://t.co/KpH9y2gKCA

OneMind-DataScience (@OMDataScience; 33): Con demasiada frecuencia, el conocimiento técnico profundo se esconde detrás de muros de pago o dentro de costosos libros físicos. ¡Pero no en esta comunidad! R Views explora el sitio web de bookdown, > - Actualmente, hay más de ciento cincuenta títulos li…https://t.co/fnMaI59oQF

DecorativePorgSeason (@schussman; 30): @kjhealy Just spitballing here, a Grover Does Ggplot thing would do numbers. > (There’s a monster at the end of this bookdown, etc.)

公認心理師ドットコムの人 (@certifiedshinri; 20): メモ。jamovi便利そうだけど使えるかしら https://t.co/VHIXhtyXI1

Arthur Albuquerque (@arthur_alb1; 20): @gushamilton @davidadambarr @andrewheiss @load_dependent @SolomonKurz https://t.co/bsOSVgaJij

Sinan Tankut Gülhan (@SinanTankutGlhn; 20): @65yas65 Şu var: https://t.co/1SUBgs3zUN Bir de benim de faydalandığım Emre Toros’un, şu kitabı var: https://t.co/ezkzDcgaIr

Frederic Barraquand (@FredBarraquand; 20): @vdVeenB @Ed_pheasant 🤞somebody may have had questions like this with #bookdown I suspect

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 12): Change specific section title in bookdown #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/KXJSyuHsYk

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 12): Book published in bookdown does neither appear in the list of books nor in the “authors” section #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/b0z12Kubqd

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 12): Removing automatic numbering of chapters and the insert of chapter number into figure captions in bookdown #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/xhlSQr7T6c

Yohan J. Rodríguez (@hasdid; 11): #R #Automated | An R Community Public Library https://t.co/9H1sOkGDAK

donojazz (@donojazz62220; 11): #30DayMapChallenge 7: GREEN A height grid of Europe with border ines of individual states with cities greater than one million. Went to bookdown to learn about more R spacial tools. https://t.co/yeQlrGmWXx Thanks Nico #rspatial #rstats https://t.co/pshOcTDQPX

Mindy Mallory (@boilermakerprof; 10): @mattwrkntn This is awesome! Thank you for the work. I’m wondering if it is possible to add this functionality to bookdown sites? Seems like it would be much more complicated.

Joyce Robbins (@jtrnyc; 10): @akident @rstats_tweets https://t.co/n8iIlkd5GH

Gökmen Altay (@galtay19; 10): @robertlwhite_II They are interesting but not comparable to this recent discovery. Have a look at some of the miraculous codes along with their rules over the full text of Quran based on 19, which suggest an intact design and thus unchanged Quran. https://t.co/RbShtS4xfP https://t.co/8nYrOKkfLX

Manuel Toral (@jmtoralc; 10): @nestor_d @rebedebuen Acá algunos: https://t.co/Nzjr3ZRWi8 https://t.co/28TK7HYuoE https://t.co/b7xy2vNaMm https://t.co/KJHrG1EgDP > Y toda la chamba que hacen las RLadies en español @RLadiesCDMX @RLadiesAgs @RLadiesMVD entre otroas.

Nithin .M (@nithinnithu_m; 0/2): Any one used cleveref package to reference equations in bookdown?? I need the equation tag to appear in certain equations but in certain places I just want the equation number when referencing. How can this be done? > #RStats #bookdown #latex #EconTwitter


Esther Schott (@estSchott; 100): This is my first paper written in Rmarkdown, so many learning opportunities! But so satisfying to update all with one click. I followed @tjmahr blogpost to keep the results somewhat neat https://t.co/0mV60Dxv8I

tj mahr 🍍🍕 (@tjmahr; 40): @mjskay @InductiveStep I was making a list of lists/data frames and so that I could do r l$na$mean to write the mean for that subset of data in knitr

Ren (@REN170904; 21): @helmetti @MITTI12101 @IsaacNakamura Knitrの正しい発音の仕方もお願いします

James Ashmore (@jma1991; 10): This seems to work, stick it in the first chunk of you Rmd file: > knitr::opts_chunk$set(engine.opts = list(bash = “-l”)) PATH <- Sys.getenv(“PATH”) CONDA <- “/opt/miniconda3/envs/rnaseq-course/bin” Sys.setenv(PATH = paste(PATH, CONDA, sep = “:“))

Umair Akbar  (@akbarth3great; 0/6): #cache #r #machinelearning #programming #datascience R Programming: Cache Time-Consuming Chunks via knitr https://t.co/gkBvVlzAwl

Umair Akbar  (@akbarth3great; 0/4): #cache #r #machinelearning #programming #datascience R Programming: Cache Time-Consuming Chunks via knitr https://t.co/RW0jT8pwOq

Calum Polwart (@ShinyBlackShoe; 0/1): @statsandr @rstatstweet When you say in R? Do you have an inbound dataset that will draw it. Or are you freehanding it? I’ve use PlantUml (there is a knitR package for it) and diagramR. > Neither as easy as a GUI solution. Both work well through git for change tracking


R posts you might have missed! (@icymi_r; 308): ✍️ Printing {xaringan} slides with chromote > 👤 Garrick Aden-Buie @grrrck
> 🔗 https://t.co/nO47bGs0MG #rstats #datascience

Hlynur Hallgrímsson (@hlynur; 51): Btw. this is my first time deploying xaringan slides to Github Pages, and it is fantastically quick and easy thanks to #usethis and this great walkthrough by @spcanelon: https://t.co/cFxLJRj0Yu

Natalia Morandeira (@NatMora; 30): @yabellini @mariela_rajng Ya sabemos lo que le gusta a la piba (a Yani y sus amigues). Y además estaba súper buena la plantilla de xaringan de #LatinR2021 !! https://t.co/rY8KyUftbu

Mitchell O’Hara-Wild (@mitchoharawild; 20): @FedeBioinfo @signormirko It should work in the YAML, but it will make the metadata of the website messy. My xaringan recommendation is to keep the YAML as metadata, and use seal: false to make your first slide the title. Some discussion here: https://t.co/1M183wiUza

Jaehyun Song (@Tintstyle; 10): @EtGagnonSocSci Remarkが素晴らしいのか、{xaringan}が素晴らしいのかまでは分かりませんが、書きやすくて便利ですね。

Hlynur Hallgrímsson (@hlynur; 10): Thanks also go to @grrrck for the guide on adding the metadata as explained here: > https://t.co/JUwmgE15Fc

Marcel Ferreira #BuzzLightyear (@marceelrf; 10): @JuanCostaa Eu tô com ele tbm, mas tô mexendo no xaringan do R. Tô curtindo

Marcel Ferreira #BuzzLightyear (@marceelrf; 10): Mentira, to usando o pacote xaringan super moderno e descolado, sucesso entre os jovens. > O latex só da o poder estilístico nas minhas equações https://t.co/yRNXUXACWv

Michael Schramm 💧📊 (@MPSchramm; 0/2): #rstats is there anyway to print multiple #xaringan slides per page? I like the powerpoint option of printing 2-3 slides per page with space for notes.