I spent new years eve creating a data viz of the books I read in 2021. #DataViz #RStats #GGPlot2 #Reading https://t.co/5hzcZ5T8RP



Jenn Schilling (@datasciencejenn; 78686): I spent new years eve creating a data viz of the books I read in 2021. #DataViz #RStats #GGPlot2 #Reading https://t.co/5hzcZ5T8RP

A. Jordan Nafa (@adamjnafa; 71760): End of Year #rstats tip: make a function that applies all of your preferred ggplot2 theme settings instead if typing fifty lines of code for every plot (letting my OCD show here 😂🥲) https://t.co/5VPWpd6i10

Wolfgang Viechtbauer (@wviechtb; 699128): In 2021, I did approximately 180 hours of live streaming on R and statistical programming. As always, these streams are free and open to all. New dates for the beginning of 2022 have been scheduled: https://t.co/Hwl8cmYSuw #Rstats

R Function A Day (@rfunctionaday; 53584): If you use {dplyr} and {tidyr} 📦s to wrangle data, you may wish to see some feedback about what different operations did, especially in long piped chains. > The “print and pipe” operator (%P>%) from {ViewPipeSteps} 📦 does this 📝 > https://t.co/izehRpk23g > #rstats #DataScience https://t.co/jEev5v27te

Emily Riederer (@EmilyRiederer; 53273): Many #rstats Shiny users query database, but fewer have managed their own. This becomes necessary if your app needs persistent storage. > In this post, I share some tips for creating DBs for use with Shiny and what (don’t know that) you need to know > https://t.co/SChIbTyq6V > (12)

Annapurani (@annapurani93; 38083): Thread 🧵- > Creating a good #dataviz with the right colours might seem like a herculean task, but it’s not. > So, here are six pointers that might help ease your process. Follow along 🤗 > #datafam #DataAnalytics #RStats #DataScience

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R posts you might have missed! (@icymi_r; 34356): 📦📊 {gtsummary} • Presentation-Ready Data Summary and Analytic Result Tables > 👤 Daniel Sjoberg @statistishdan, Michael Curry, Joseph Larmarange, Jessica Lavery, Karissa Whiting, Emily C. Zabor > 🔗 https://t.co/FkkPoCeVGi #rstats #datascience https://t.co/lFin3DBi2D

R posts you might have missed! (@icymi_r; 27029): ✍️📊⇆ Comparing Distributions - https://t.co/pc9o3STwC7 > 👤 Kieran Healy @kjhealy
> 🔗 https://t.co/AcLIzWCzrT #rstats #datascience https://t.co/nVdR0LMnbd

Rami Krispin (@Rami_Krispin; 20017): Started to prototype and scope a new dashboard supporting the coronavirus #R package. > #RStats #dataviz https://t.co/DIBFo5eR0N

Chris Doyle (@ChrisDoyleFL; 199134): Best #python cheat sheet .#DEVCommunity #MachineLearning #Python #IoT #AI #javascript #100DaysOfMLCode #VeroBeach #RStats #Serverless #CodeNewbie #DataScience #100DaysOfCode #mathematics #coding https://t.co/dgSrDCNmVM

R posts you might have missed! (@icymi_r; 19934): 📦📊📷 {ggsvg} • Use SVG images as ggplot points > 👤 mikefc @coolbutuseless
> 🔗 https://t.co/SPXe2FUq9x #rstats #datascience https://t.co/vthYH8Kwsb

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Zhi Yang, PhD (@zhiiiyang; 82): If you suddenly fail to serve your #rstats #blogdown site, please follow this instruction. The actual fix might depend on the specific error message that you receive. https://t.co/YXakCGubin

george kanellos (@georgekanellos; 73): 🥳🥳 New post!! > I am blogging with R and {blogdown} but since I need to use Python for deep learning I had to integrate Jupyter/Colab with my blog. So I wrote a small guide as to how to do it: https://t.co/v7zpegDBeu > #blogdown #Rstats #100DaysOfCode #66daysofdata

Mohsin Ramay (@mohsinramay; 64): Hey blogdown users Are there any widgets that we can embed to get reviews and feedbacks for websites build using blogdown? Thanks #RStats #blogdown #DataScience [↪](https://twitter.com/mohsinramay/status/1475148014159286281)

Rami Krispin (@Rami_Krispin; 60): Problem solved ✅ - use blogdown::hugo_build instead of blogdown::build_site (which in my mind you should avoid using at any cost…) https://t.co/imyNoFFvdu

Jun Kawabata, Nurse CritCare (@CritCareNurs; 60): Webサイトの構築 with #R #RStudio というIDEは素晴らしい環境と再確認。 以下のサイトを参考に #RMarkdown から楽しく進められそうでワクワクします。 >

#朝活 #Rトレ

blogdown: Creating Websites with R Markdown https://t.co/lnf32oJa0T

#rstats 🤖 (@rstatsvideo; 53): 📺 New #rstatsvideo: Day 09: Hugo Apéro from scratch || rmarkdown + blogdown + Netlify #12DaysOfDusting ▶ Alison Hill (@apreshill) 🗣 🇬🇧 #rstats 🔗 https://t.co/p3mnqSLLNk

Shannon Burns, PhD (@shannon47burns; 51): Just got a new M1-chip Macbook Pro yesterday (OSX Monterey 12.0.1), and tried updating my website via blogdown in R today. Umm… anyone who knows blogdown/knitr have any idea what’s going on? Like, the whole application literally flips over? https://t.co/JezWmkCByw

#rstats 🤖 (@rstatsvideo; 31): 📺 New #rstatsvideo: Day 08: Solo patterns || blogdown + GitHub + Netlify Deploy Previews / Branch Deploys ▶ Alison Hill (@apreshill) 🗣 🇬🇧 #rstats 🔗 https://t.co/YyR55L8UCG

Chris Gaskell (@chrisgaskell92; 30): Huge thank you to the kind individuals who share their methods and code for developing these websites 🤝 (@apreshill, @spcanelon et al.) > For anyone who wants to make their own then check out this amazing tutorial 👌https://t.co/7TIIrdRmAn

Norimitsu Nishida (@NorimitsuNishi1; 30): @JunKawabata blogdown+github+netlifyで、ほぼRmarkdownのみで静的なwebページ作成する事できるのでおすすめです。😄

Rami Krispin (@Rami_Krispin; 22): Hi #blogdown folks 👋, when publishing a new post with Hugo, is there a way to run blogdown::build_site without re-rendering old posts? > #rstats #rmakrdown

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 12): blogdown::serve:site() error: Failed to launch site #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/N65mdW7ZBL

Silvia Canelón (@spcanelon; 12): Beautiful #HugoApero #blogdown site with publication, project, & teaching sections, and featuring #RStats and clinical psychology content 👏 https://t.co/1qSoFTWQBm

Knut Jägersberg (@JagersbergKnut; 12): R Blogdown Tutorial: Introduction by Jennifer Sloane > #rstats > https://t.co/LuRPRb4BsE

Jose Manuel Vera (@verajosemanuel; 11): @r_vaquerizo @joscani Bookdown y Blogdown son dos motivos suficientes por sí mismos para aprender R trabajes en lo que trabajes

Rami Krispin (@Rami_Krispin; 10): @paulalcasado The blogdown::serve_site() build the site locally, but it doesn’t render the new post to the public folder. I think that works for netlify sites but not for Github pages. The build_site rerender the all site from scratch (which is really bad from reproducibility).

Solomon Kurz (@SolomonKurz; 10): @NR_Jenkins the #blogdown package

Mickaël CANOUIL (@mickaelcanouil; 10): @Rami_Krispin build_site(..., build_rmd = "timestamp") will do the job. 😉 https://t.co/TUsMzseFfL

Paula LC (@paulalcasado; 10): @Rami_Krispin Try to use blogdown::serve_site() instead

Jun Kawabata, Nurse CritCare (@CritCareNurs; 10): #GitHub や #Netlify 初学者🔰は辛いけど,その先に! > 慣れない(未知の世界)挑戦って,不安が渦巻くのですが,イメージが湧くと楽しいものです。 > #R での #blogdown のチュートリアルらしきものを参照しつつ,deploymentまでの道のりはまだ遠い。 https://t.co/ZqlbgUGmJ8

KielKontrovers - Tempolimit Jetzt! Lockdown Jetzt! (@kielkontrovers; 10): Habe mich schon eine Zeit mit #Hugo beschäftigt und o Wunder #Blogdown und #Bookdown sind damit “kompatibel”. Nice.

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): Include an image in md files with blogdown #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/xwd841N5tA

Mickaël CANOUIL (@mickaelcanouil; 0/1): @Rami_Krispin There is also build_site(..., build_rmd = "newfile") depending on the behaviour you wish #RStats #blogdown to have.


R posts you might have missed! (@icymi_r; 573114): 📦🎓 {thesisdown} • An updated R Markdown thesis template using the bookdown package > 👤 Chester Ismay @old_man_chester, Nick Solomon > 🔗 https://t.co/qHUX1TN9Wk #rstats #datascience https://t.co/cIzMVUz3Dw

R posts you might have missed! (@icymi_r; 6517): 📚🔍🩺 Reproducible Medical Research with R > 👤 Peter Higgins @ibddoctor
> 🔗 https://t.co/K7rsdHfzIQ #rstats #datascience

Comunidad R Hispano (@R_Hisp; 3810): Bookdown es una herramienta para escribir libros muy resultones. El formato web es muy chulo. La gente de @rstudio lo hace todo ahí. > Cosa que te interesa: es muy fácil de usar. > Si no te lo crees, @r_vaquerizo te cuenta cómo. #rstatsES https://t.co/eQWZxCVPck

Raúl Vaquerizo (@r_vaquerizo; 2813): Vídeo para iniciarse con #bookdown #rstats > https://t.co/V3NZZ17u5T

Peter Dahlgren (@peterdalle; 226): APIs for social scientists: A collaborative review > #RStats https://t.co/HyHpJsvBba

Isabella R. Ghement (@IsabellaGhement; 174): “The LOOIC and WAIC computed in STAN (including brms) generally cannot be used to compare (mixed effects) models with different level-2 predictors.” as per https://t.co/9ePbGVfVff. > So what do people use to compare these types of models? #rstats

Virgilio Gómez-Rubio (@precariobecario; 121): ¡¡Doy fe de que bookdown es útil para escribir libros!! Lo mejor es que pueden integrar R para producir tablas, figuras, etc. y se pueden publicar en varios formatos (PDF, gitbook, Epub, word, …). #rstatses #bookdown https://t.co/lwwezVIh0u

Raúl Vaquerizo (@r_vaquerizo; 90): Acabo de arreglar una cerradura, esta mañana he montado una mampara y ahora voy a contar en un vídeo cómo hacer libros con bookdown. > Soy o no soy un personaje del renacimiento.

One DataScience book a day (@One_Data_Book; 44): icymi_r: 📦🎓 {thesisdown} • An updated R Markdown thesis template using the bookdown package > 👤 Chester Ismay @old_man_chester, Nick Solomon > 🔗 #rstats #datascience https://t.co/4qGf4lt6hj #100daysofcode #onedatabookrt https://t.co/F0mu1uixG8

Arthur Albuquerque (@arthur_alb1; 40): @SolomonKurz @stephenjwild @IsabellaGhement I always put this link along with my script when fitting a brms model https://t.co/A90lGydYv3

Rex “garbage in” Douglass (@RexDouglass; 31): “Statistical rethinking with brms, ggplot2, and the tidyverse: Second edition” https://t.co/iklgKbPka9 https://t.co/zFnZvtPWft

Alison Presmanes Hill (@apreshill; 30): @mariviere1 @andrewheiss It is a whole different publishing system. So it achieves similar goals as R Markdown, but no R packages are involved. So you’ll make slides, books, websites, etc, but you won’t use xaringan or bookdown or distill.

aure (@maureviv; 20): @R_Hisp @rstudio @r_vaquerizo Bookdown ha conseguido que todo el mundo quiera usar LaTeX😁

Alex Sanchez Pla (@sanplaale; 20): @JosepMGarcia75 @macips01 Amb Rmarkdown pots fer des d’una pàgina amb un esquema -el Markdown es molt bo per això- fins llibres, amb bookdown o articles pels quals tens plantilles. I pots incloure tan de Latex com vulguis. O gens😏 Evernote m’agrada però trobo feixuc navegar i buscar els materials

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 12): subscript out of bounds message when rendering bookdown #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/xTYLmzVezT

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 12): bookdown failing to render book #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/z3HG2cHxnT

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 12): Bookdown: does not run R script #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/zlpcCr6tir

Jonathan Carroll (@carroll_jono; 11): Mar 15 https://t.co/mMrjABaGRK https://t.co/cVLPBu6bhu > This looks like another good read - I’m not sure if it’s complete, but I’ll look through what’s there.

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 11): How to use ‘apalike’ bibliography style without using citation_package: natbib in bookdown #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/XFxhtgGQet

Raj Redlich (@RajRedlich; 10): @JustoFernndezL2 @DoctorBemway Si está realmente interesado en por qué el fenómeno parece tener una escala u otra según la normalitzación que se haga y está familiarizado con el concepto de probabilidad bayesiana comprobará que está incurriendo en la falacia del fiscal > https://t.co/aClmEyg2j8

Noticias sobre R (@noticiasSobreR; 0/1): Vídeo introducción a bookdown https://t.co/Hv8q7jAwCt #rstats


Jannik (@jannikbuhr; 40): @andrewheiss which is super impressive! > From an R perspective there won’t be much that changes or can break. If you render an Rmd file or qmd file that uses only R code, the engine is still knitr by default. For python it is jupyter and for mixed documents it is knitr with reticulate.

Morten Elsøe (@MortenElsoe; 30): @TSangild Knitr!

JayEnAar (@GorwayGlobal; 20): @DeepakNModi @DrNobleKKurian Specifically use RStudio and do every analysis project as a KnitR (.RMD) file so you always end up with a research report - however draft - that is annotated, explained, understandable and most importantly reproducible.

Rたん (@cppfriendsbot; 10): Docker コンテナ上で knitr したらまだ去年の大晦日でした。タイムゾーンを設定していませんからね。


tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 42): Images html in xaringan & highcharter #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/uDSYkdUXer

Zahid Asghar (@Zahedasghar; 40): Learning xaringan in R for having effective class lecture presentations and professional training development https://t.co/fu7tHMrdeo

Marc-Aurèle Rivière (@mariviere1; 20): @andrewheiss I’m in the same boat. I’ve read the whole documentation a few months ago, got really excited about it, but I haven’t made the switch yet. I’d like to see if all the nifty Rmd packages like xaringan work with it first …