We recently updated code & data for our #spatialecology book to work with the latest version of R / R packages #rstats. Will post to @uflib digital repository in the next couple of weeks, but DM me if you would like it sooner. @FortinMJ https://t.co/Tco6Ixg1bB



Robert Fletcher (@FletcherEcology; 1238260): We recently updated code & data for our #spatialecology book to work with the latest version of R / R packages #rstats. > Will post to @uflib digital repository in the next couple of weeks, but DM me if you would like it sooner. @FortinMJ https://t.co/Tco6Ixg1bB

George Savva (@georgemsavva; 945227): #genuary2022 day 15 - Sand Sound on! A simulated cymatic experiment using sand. Standing waves on a plate move sand away from areas of high vibration. Different chords create different waves. > #rstats code available https://t.co/AeR3gCwMd6 #rtistry #genuary #mathart #Math https://t.co/Be9AEAhEjg

Allie Sherier, Ph.D. 🧬🦠 (@AllieSherier; 48116): Excited to announce it is now Dr. Sherier! My presentation was good but these cookies were better! #rstats #phdchat #Momademia https://t.co/uGB0kbYaTz

R posts you might have missed! (@icymi_r; 33455): ✍️ Never Too Early To Talk About Missing Data | Elements of Evolutionary Anthropology > 👤 Richard McElreath @rlmcelreath > 🔗 https://t.co/hf2gCc829d #rstats #datascience https://t.co/qsrrWV4QYE

Matt Dancho (Business Science) (@mdancho84; 17944): DataEditR: This is a new #R package that makes it easy to edit data in R. > Article: https://t.co/glOypm9AW0 > #rstats #datascience https://t.co/gFkSv9Mkve

Syeda Sheraj Ali (@Sheraj99; 104117): Machine Learning Taxonomy #AI #MachineLearning #100DaysOfCode #DataAnalytics #DataScientists
#IIoT #PyTorch #RStats #javascript #CSharp #flutterdev #Python #TensorFlow #HTML5 #womeninSTEM #NLP #Maths #SQL #FinTech #Datavisualization #Jobs #futureofwork https://t.co/eLEWqDtdzW

Giuliano Liguori (@ingliguori; 85128): #Infographic: Traditional IT Model Vs Innovative IT model Via @ingliguori #Python #DataScientist #BigData #DataScience #PyTorch #RStats #TensorFlow #Java #JavaScript #ReactJS #CloudComputing #Serverless #DataScientists #Linux #Coding #100DaysofCode #MachineLearning #programming https://t.co/fxGt6TNyjj


Silvia Canelón (@spcanelon; 7713): Months ago I removed GA from my #RStats #blogdown site & this weekend I added https://t.co/0ALMmfTj2O 🍚 (@caozilla) as an open source, privacy-friendly, web analytics alternative > I was intimidated by the self-hosting aspect, but the docs + @Railway made it possible! Steps in 🧵 https://t.co/ajKQs1p3LO

Solomon Kurz (@SolomonKurz; 389): “‘The right thing to do’ is not pay $11,000.” > The #RStats #blogdown package makes it easy to build your own website for free. You can post your articles and various other academic materials right there on your free website. > While we’re at it, the @OSFramework is also free. https://t.co/Kb5jVoz91r

Max Fürst (@MaxFus; 133): Thanks @MRC_LMB, a fantastic place for biological sciences. Check out https://t.co/HLE7p7aHn2 (created with #rstats’s blogdown) and get in touch! #FuturePI #NewPI https://t.co/EXuFU7GzWc

Dr. Ryan Straight (virtually) (@RyanStraight; 62): Actual footage of me when spring semester begins and I’m teaching #rstats, #rmarkdown, using a #blogdown course site and #xaringan slide decks. Life is good. https://t.co/OXKrmtsY4V

Morgs Brew (@morgsbrew; 42): @ElenaBennett Blogdown all written in #rmarkdown > Bonus in using this is you know the students know #rstats 😎

Chris Prener (@chrisprener; 32): An end of an era - I’m sunsetting my course websites that used the former Academic Hugo theme with #rstats {blogdown}. The regular, breaking changes to the theme are just too much for me to troubleshoot each semester or year. It’s too bad because I still like the theme a lot.

Daijiang Li (@_djli; 31): @aimeeclassen @carlyziter @ElenaBennett @impactmedialab I use the #RStats package blogdown. And here it my https://t.co/nnjrtiyCtE with source code here https://t.co/014EbpppXV

Jennifer K. Houchins (@TooSweetGeek; 30): Personal website redesign using @rstudio #blogdown and #hugo Academia theme deployed right from my command line. Do I get a hex for this?!! > https://t.co/miECApCMK4

Jennifer K. Houchins (@TooSweetGeek; 30): @STEAM__ON @James_Hardaway Ha! I haven’t even played the original Wordle, but will check this version out. My latest R adventures are redesigning my personal website in blogdown.

Matt Blackwell (@matt_blackwell; 30): @bbehlendorf For the first two, I used the R package blogdown and Hugo. Here’s the repo for the first as an example: https://t.co/jrYdABXBwB > For the last, I used the distill package which is much lighter weight and easier to work with (but less customizable): https://t.co/AAwfLYxRJU

Balogun Stephen Taiye (@eppydoc; 30): I have built websites from the scratch (html and css), using {rmarkdown}, {blogdown} and {distill}. I can tell you that using {blogdown} for professional website is super cool!!! Make it a date! https://t.co/SnYoNkQSyE

Silvia Canelón (@spcanelon; 20): I’ll leave you with another great free, open source, privacy-friendly option, which is GoatCounter 🐐 https://t.co/zH6ZWieRfu. And @mattdray wrote a blogdown post about it! https://t.co/YXvXapAibL > For more convos about GA web analytics alternatives, see https://t.co/hYv95AgSv2

Silvia Canelón (@spcanelon; 20): 7. Deploy with railway up! 🚄 > 8. Follow steps in Umami Getting Started docs https://t.co/LftF1bZKSR to login & add website > 9. Add tracking code to website. In my #HugoApero #blogdown site I added it to layouts/partials/head.html. My example at https://t.co/HDZVUYVDsR

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 12): Syntax Highlighting in Hugo with blogdown in Rmarkdown #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/VFbv76MIT1

Mustafa Çavuş (@mustafacavus; 10): 3⃣ İçerik, sıfırdan R öğrenmek isteyenler için gerekli kaynak önerileriyle başlıyor ve blogdown, bookdown gibi R entegre dökümantasyon ve yayınlama araçlarıyla devam ediyor. [↪](https://twitter.com/mustafacavus/status/1481363654708809736)

Shazia Ruybal Pesántez (@DrShaziaRuybal; 10): @sayalaruano @apreshill @rstudio Gracias Sebastián, está súper chevere tu sitio también! Sí uso Netlify, lo que hago es blogdown::serve_site() localmente y luego commit push a mi repositorio en GitHub. Ese repositorio le conectas a Netlify y se actualizan los cambios en tiempo real cada que haces commit/push


R posts you might have missed! (@icymi_r; 31669): 📚 R Markdown: The Definitive Guide > 👤 Yihui Xie @xieyihui, J. J. Allaire @fly_upside_down, Garrett Grolemund @StatGarrett > 🔗 https://t.co/ocjJ9tJ0ri #rstats #datascience https://t.co/95WM8F9RdX

KRSK (@koro485; 23255): スタンフォード大Susan Atheyのグループが出している因果推論*機械学習のRチュートリアル。ATE, HTE, policy evaluationなど。わかりやすい。 > https://t.co/RN7H5km1DB

Alex Mesoudi (@amesoudi; 11125): Update to my #culturalevolution agent-based modelling tutorial, with a sociology theme > Model 13: Social contagion Model 14: Social networks Model 15: Opinion formation > Github: https://t.co/y6CWFo99qh > Bookdown: https://t.co/hxPY4zksxo https://t.co/Q5j3O6BjSZ

Robin Lovelace (@robinlovelace; 6912): How to create Voronoi polygons (zones with boundaries equidistant between ‘seed’ points)? Quickly with open source software? .. Excellent #reproducible content by @jakub_nowosad has answers 🎉 https://t.co/tCELViY16D Note: in languages of #RStats + Polish 🇵🇱 ; ) #RSpatial https://t.co/u35r0M79bq

Bernhard Pastötter (@pastotter; 316): I use this great book for a master seminar: absolutely recommended, many thanks to the authors for this masterpiece. @MathiasHarrer @pimcuijpers @Toshi_FRKW @DDEbert https://t.co/gVGBHYpYvT

Antonio Falcón (@FalcMart; 183): ebook: “Statistical rethinking with brms, ggplot2, and the tidyverse” (Second edition, by @SolomonKurz). This ebook is based on the second edition of Richard McElreath’s (2020) text, “Statistical rethinking: A Bayesian course with examples in R and Stan”. https://t.co/eecDsrwEFH https://t.co/LqiNETPAWY

Kuan Hoong (@kuanhoong; 176): R markdown ebook by the creator of R Markdown https://t.co/kLwbPO6eOM #rstats #rmarkdown #ebook

😷 Christopher Peters 💉 (@statwonk; 101): @jamesbrandecon The book Statistical Rethinking is illuminating for the theoretical basis and @SolomonKurz’s tutorial is really nice code-wise, https://t.co/g4qtVyB0dI

Maëlle Salmon (@ma_salmon; 91): I’ve just remembered knitr::knit_exit() without looking it up! 😎 > https://t.co/qHHM0pn8NL

Espacio Muestral (@espaciomuestral; 54): ¡No dejes de aprender!🤓📚 > 👇Te compartimos un enlace para un curso de #R en #español > https://t.co/LtpFdhDnl1

Wulan Pusparini (@wpusparini; 42): I just found this, and it looks pretty neat. Twit this for future reference. https://t.co/T5pcCHrkWM Thx @TRACE_LAB

Alex Mesoudi (@amesoudi; 40): All freely available in R, either download and run the Rmarkdown files from github (better, more interactive), or read the online bookdown version that includes all model output

Michael Flynn (@flynnpolsci; 30): Here we go, bookdown.

Chris Kennedy (@c3K; 30): Stumbled upon an exciting new book: Rasch Measurement Theory Analysis in R, by @ProfessorWind and Cheng Hua - looking excellent and scheduled for June 2022 https://t.co/ZkkLIdU23B #rasch #irt

M ∘ Konrad (@_knrd; 22): Added a chapter about the https://t.co/AtAWBRnKM1 API to the awesome “APIs for Social Scientists” book project (edited by @p_c_bauer and @c_landesvatter): https://t.co/rkdaZK82WJ #Rstats #APIs

Peter Higgins (@ibddoctor; 21): @healthandstats @rstatstweet Possibly within Rmarkdown? https://t.co/Fsl8jS9cvX

Simina M. Boca (@siminaboca; 21): Join @RLadiesBmore and @RLadiesDC on January 25th, 5 pm, for an introduction to bookdown 📚 by @sctyner! Register at https://t.co/mD1nWRTNQH https://t.co/QSOdqf3M1e

Maria Kamenetsky (@mkamenets; 20): @Menelao89812705 @Doc_Courtney Second forestplot in R https://t.co/w6aBjpf8N0. Also looks like the meta package has some nice plotting features: https://t.co/0jAkFfL4G7

clavito pabló un pablito (@pahicu; 20): 1 RStudio | Curso de Estadística con R file:///C:/Users/pablo/Documents/Universidad/MasterEcologia/metodos3248/lenguaje/RStudio.html #rmarkdown #bookdown

Cumin’ Yang (@t_ks82; 10): https://t.co/BxRQJvpvR5 > めも

Gökmen Altay (@galtay19; 10): This is one of the 19 based codings about the positions of the word ‘Allah’ in the full text of Quran. > From my book, #ReproducibleMiracle that presents miraculous 19 based codings in the full text of Quran, which suggest it’s intact and preserved as is. https://t.co/ALjDxeMDtY https://t.co/kHMYPZN0Dl

Prof. S. Mason Garrison 🌈💫✨ (@SMasonGarrison; 10): @MagicalSystems @minebocek Here’s mine: > bookdown: https://t.co/xvpHsI5P1L repos: https://t.co/NZ9HGOVIbO

Dirk Eddelbuettel (@eddelbuettel; 10): @LucyStats @mrchypark_ You need a step to sudo apt install libcurl4-openssl-dev as the (quoted) error says. > This is a known achilles heel of the RSPM binaries (which lack full dependencies) which is preempted in some actions for CI but apparently not in your bookdown setup.

Brenton Wiernik 🏳️‍🌈 (@bmwiernik; 0/2): I’m using the renv cache action (https://t.co/TjcpOCKU5i) with Github Actions to cache dependencies for a bookdown site #rstats. But it reinstalls/rebuilds every package on each commit instead of cacheing them. Is that expected or did I miss something? https://t.co/3upNPyKMhI

Yingying (@learningbioinfo; 0/1): Chapter 7 Droplet processing | Advanced Single-Cell Analysis with Bioconductor | 7.3 Removing ambient contamination > https://t.co/k1772pJvPZ #rmarkdown #bookdown

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): How do I format a TOC in bookdown using latex? #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/fhs8m6fDI5

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): R Markdown - knitting to bookdown::word_document2 fails because of officer::ftext used in inline code #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/M5XwOMBkyx

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): Bookdown gitbook bibliography will not split references by chapter #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/qrnu5SXVRT

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): Hosting bookdown book on private Bitbucket repository #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/KnL30JvM21

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): Restoring a local package for bookdown workflow (continued) #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/qpGbbPcpzU


Indrajeet Patil (इंद्रजीत पाटील) (@patilindrajeets; 5510): The new {verbatim} engine in {knitr} 📦 is going to be an absolute game-changer for teaching #rmarkdown to newbies! 🤩 > https://t.co/Sn46mZDfFo > #rstats https://t.co/ZCLsM6iLX6

Gina Reynolds (@EvaMaeRey; 318): {doublecrochet}🧶creates {xaringan} companion presentation! https://t.co/BgfY6rQbVW > Displays slide w .rmd source before output slide – for sharing xaringan/rmarkdown know-how!! 🙀 > Now uses knitr’s🧶 ‘verbatim’ engine! 💪 https://t.co/LACoLDJshM > 🧵 https://t.co/wtr8OuuAiK

Matt Dray (@mattdray; 104): Yihui has snuck a ‘hashpipe’ (#|) into #RStats, lol 🧶 https://t.co/UV5NLW2f40 https://t.co/AcxU5n8RPO

Jumping Rivers (@jumping_uk; 84): If you use knitr in #rstats, this blog post from @xieyihui talks about some new updates including new comment, verbatim, and embed engines. https://t.co/nWu3MzFmx5

Aleksandra Lazić (@AleLazic; 60): Knitted an R output into a PDF file for the first time (R Markdown + 📦knitr). Once I got used to naming chunks as {r uniquename}, it became 80% easier than I thought it would be. Not the nicest of reports but it’ll do. 🥰

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 22): The Byzantine world of environments in R Markdown and knitr #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/LPYGRPITqZ

Jack Walton (@jwalton3141; 22): Debugging a stubborn R Markdown file? knitr::purl() is here to help: allowing you to extract all the R code from an Rmd file and make debugging easier #RStats

Ken Butler (@KenButler12; 20): @brodriguesco knitr_expand looks way cool. Also the imap thing, to get the names as well as the values.

Lars Koppers (@LarsKoppers; 20): @HalukaMB @rbb24 library(knitr); knit2html()

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 12): knitr overwrites tex files it doesn’t generate #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/7s0OyPJbIw

Rene é um dos muitos nomes (@ahras_econ; 12): Como rodar scripts dentro de um script no #RStats e evitar um montaréu de código num documento só? > A função spin_child (pacote knitr) roda o script indicado no comando input! > Criei um script chamado ‘0_teste.R’ (à esq.) e pedi para rodar dentro do script ‘1_teste.R’ (à dir.): + https://t.co/0fT3rjKFpj

Rene é um dos muitos nomes (@ahras_econ; 12): O script ‘1_teste.R’ limpa o ambiente da sessão de qualquer objeto já criado. Então a função knitr::spin_child() cria os objetos de modelo e resultado da regressão do script ‘0_teste.R’. Em seguida cria-se um gráfico com os objetos criados no “0_teste.R’ como exemplo: > #RStats https://t.co/Ls5XqcjA7F

Dr. Ryan Straight (virtually) (@RyanStraight; 10): @ericpgreen Yeah, I removed that particular inline code. 😅 It was the knitr::inline_expr() function to demonstrate literal code in the deck. I used the <code>&grave; trick and that fixed it.

Kyle Cuilla (@kc_analytics; 10): @geokaramanis knitr

Indrajeet Patil (इंद्रजीत पाटील) (@patilindrajeets; 10): @GueyeNono @nithinnithu_m Works also for me for PDF output, so maybe you just need to update knitr and rmarkdown? https://t.co/zFtS16ydYa

Kristin Kopf (@Schplock; 10): @LupinoDotOrg Es muss mit knitr zusammen funktionieren, und nach wochenlangem Probieren war DAS die einzige Option, die ging.

BrodieG (@BrodieGaslam; 10): @d_olivaw @eddelbuettel In my tests everything is done directly by {simplermarkdown}, i.e. no need for either {rmarkdown} or {knitr}. It’s a relatively thin wrapper around pandoc, so presumably it could be made to work with {knitr}, but that might defeat the purpose of the switch.

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/2): knitr error with pipe symbol #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/RJnDsoGPjq

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): Problemi con Knitr e rmarkdown #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/e06EUZFSGB


Christophe Dervieux (@chrisderv; 51): @choldgraf @gvwilson @rowancockett @TiffanyTimbers Pagedjs is clearly an interesting option IMO. We’ve played a bit with it for rmarkdown in pagedown (https://t.co/SutdG0H54o). the @paged_js team is really great working toward paginated output using web technologies and you can already do great things.


Robin Lovelace (@robinlovelace; 366): Want easy-to-make pdf documents with the rather arcane language of LaTeX? A way to reduce the pain is this {tinytex}, a mini LaTeX distro that can be installed as an R package 🤯 install.packages(“tinytex”) Docs: https://t.co/6tV3liRhzm Issue 7 by @MilesMcBain says it all! https://t.co/M7Hh4GSglo

Kristin Kopf (@Schplock; 112): Die Inzidenzen gehen durch die Decke: Mein Arbeitsjahr hat damit begonnen, dass Avira 11.438 Dateien als “verdächtig” klassifiziert und in Quarantäne verschoben hat. (Ich gehe von false positives aus, es handelt sich scheinbar um jede einzelne Datei von tinytex …)

Dav 🦀🦑 (@oldbaystan; 30): anyways if any of you nerds have tips i suspect the problem will just solve itself but neither restarting the program nor reinstalling tinytex fixed the problem

Harlan A Nelson (@harlananelson; 20): @gvwilson @topepos LaTeX is the replacement for TeX. TinyTeX improves installation. Markdown with pandoc and then templates where you can incorporate formulas and CSS works for me.

Alex Kyllo (@alexkyllo; 10): Even if you don’t use R, installing R just so that you can use it to install the TinyTeX package is easier and faster than installing TeX Live directly. https://t.co/Lo4avm3Oy5


🍁🍂 Andrew Heiss 🍂🍁 (@andrewheiss; 617): {xaringan} + {MetBrewer} + #rstats + the Jost font (on Google) are unmatched for creating beautiful slides https://t.co/GIbUl5brZh https://t.co/NYnucQv6ss

Zahid Asghar (@Zahedasghar; 112): Learning to have presentation using Xaringan for delivering my class lectures and also trying to get a grip over program evaluation tools in public policy like DID, Reg Disc Designs, Propensity score matching besides reading.coding consumes good time. https://t.co/lYs5D6KKVD

🍁🍂 Andrew Heiss 🍂🍁 (@andrewheiss; 101): SOLUTION! Add “p” to the URL before the slide number https://t.co/TpcZBGj826 - I’d never noticed that entering presenter mode actually appends the p automatically! #rstats #xaringan https://t.co/LPwtoBLUrr

Josh Allen (@joshuallen17; 90): Teaching my first in-person class this semester. Big nervous but at least I have a xaringan theme https://t.co/0wFgRv9ASE

Maria Cuellar, PhD 🇨🇴🇺🇸 (@mariacuellar; 30): @paulgp Xaringan all the way! [↪](https://twitter.com/mariacuellar/status/1480977696851173382)

Will Wheeler (@willwheels; 30): @ConBerd @causalinf Also the best time to pick a new ggplot theme and, why not, switch to xaringan.

🍁🍂 Andrew Heiss 🍂🍁 (@andrewheiss; 12): xaringan #rstats / reveal dot js people - is there an easy way to enter presenter mode on iOS? I can swipe between the slides on my iPad, but I want to see the notes and I can’t type “P” since there’s no keyboard :(

Nithin .M (@nithinnithu_m; 10): @andrewheiss How to use MetBrewer in xaringan??

Eric Green (@ericpgreen; 0/2): Dear #rstats #xaringan fans, have you struggled with — being interpreted as a horizontal line rather than a new slide? I really can’t find any white space that could be tripping me up. Losing my mind a bit. https://t.co/EvotUy5e5h


Abhijit Dasgupta (@webbedfeet; 12): I may have been late to the party, but these recent changes in knitr are quite useful and nice #rstats > https://t.co/EsYun44agq

z_akira (@zoa_akira; 10): @wjianbo @CodePen 谢益辉曾给他孩子做过一个 学通用汉子的https://t.co/SgsWOjIIay 觉得很棒呢。 已推荐给哥孩子使用。 你这个也可以让试试🎆