As requested by some of you, there is now a book of these posts! 📗 Makes it easy to- 📑 read 🔍 search 🔗 share etc. It ain't pretty, but that's the best I'd do in a day 😅 PRs welcome if you notice that something is amiss 🙏 #rstats #DataScience



Marc J. Lajeunesse (@LajeunesseLab; 27052): Bored of the progress bars in R? > The switchboard package offers a few silly alternatives! > New package update soon with many examples! In the meantime check this out: > #Rstats #DataScience #FridayFeeling

David Granjon (@divadnojnarg; 23532): Hi #RStats 🥳. Outsanding User Interfaces with Shiny @CRCPress book is available for pre-order online

Christian Burkhart (@ChBurkhart; 21728): 🔥 Do you want to calculate confidence intervals, standard errors, or standard deviations with #ggplot2? This is how you do it with stat_summary. #rstats

R-Ladies Queretaro (@RLadies_Qro; 20729): Próximamente… daremos un tallercito sobre cómo hacer mapas en R ¿quién se apunta a aprender con nosotras? 😀💻#Febrero #RStats #maps #RLadies

Tyler Morgan-Wall (@tylermorganwall; 20337): The underwater volcano in the Tongan archipelago that erupted earlier this month, visualized in #RStats with #rayshader and #rayrender #dataviz

Javier Tamayo-Leiva (@TamayoLeiva_J; 18529): #TidyTuesday - Board games 🎲 > This week I’ve been trying to figure out the most popular board games, and their features. I ended up with the following story, plus a few board games on my wish list. > [R code] > #Rstats #DataViz #ggplot2

Lisa Lendway, she/her (@lisalendway; 17835): Do you teach Introductory Data Science using #RStats? You might find the data in my gardenR package useful. I just (finally!) added data from my summer 2021 harvest. 📦: 📺: (video about the “perfect garden graph” assignment)

Matt Dancho (Business Science) (@mdancho84; 17526): Did you know that visualizing maps is possible in #R? > It is! It’s called geospatial analysis. AND, I made a short tutorial on maps with #ggplot2 to help get you started. > Article: > #rstats

Dr. Ganapathi Pulipaka 🇺🇸 (@gp_pulipaka; 121100): 11 Free Must Read #Books for Machine Learning and #DataScience for the Weekend. #BigData #Analytics #IoT #IIoT #Python #RStats #TensorFlow #JavaScript #ReactJS #GoLang #CloudComputing #Serverless #DataScientist #Linux #Programming #Coding #100DaysofCode


Jessica Cooperstone (@CooperstoneLab; 919): Excited to have a more-or-less complete new lab website (, made with @rstudio, hugo, blogdown, netlify, and the new Apero theme, BIG thanks @apreshill for putting together such awesome documentation for this very beautiful theme 👏👏👏

The R-Podcast (Eric) (@theRcast; 153): 🏗️ Later tonight on Twitch will stream my complete makeover of the #rstats @shinydevseries site with @apreshill’s spectacular #Hugo Apero theme in {blogdown}! And yes, likely more story time 📢

Alier Reng (@tongakuot; 98): Python and R community, does anyone know the best way to post a Jupyter Notebook to a Hugo-Blogdown blog? Thank you in advance for your kind assistance! #Python #Python3 #RStats #DataScience

Dr. Dominic Royé (@dr_xeo; 71): @javimartzs @Picanumeros @DadosdeLaplace @dhernangomez @r_vaquerizo @joscani @WaterFront8 Aquí tienes:

Andrew Heiss (@andrewheiss; 60): @joshmccrain I use Hugo/blogdown for all my stuff and if you know HTML/CSS, it’s fine (follow Distill is easy too

Comunidad R Hispano (@R_Hisp; 50): @javimartzs @Picanumeros @dr_xeo @DadosdeLaplace @dhernangomez @r_vaquerizo @joscani @WaterFront8 blogdown vinculado a netlify. Directamente en netlify puedes hacerte con un dominio propio si quisieras. > La herramienta que usa blogdown tiene sus trucos, pero tiene buena comunidad. Se le va pillando el truco. >

El arte del dato bien contado (@elartedeldato; 40): @javimartzs @Picanumeros @dr_xeo @DadosdeLaplace @dhernangomez @r_vaquerizo @joscani @WaterFront8 Yo seguí este post de @apreshill 👉

Martin Henze (Heads or Tails) (@heads0rtai1s; 32): Fellow #rstats blogdown users, I need your help. > I recently updated blogdown (& hugo) after a long time and suddenly I have a new, unwanted landing page with a ‘posts’ link, instead of a landing page listing my posts (i.e. the page that ‘posts’ links to). No configs changed.

Mike Mahoney (@MikeMahoney218; 21): @DesertAndReef @AcademicChatter My site is entirely written in markdown using the distill R package: > In the past I used blogdown with the academic theme: > Of the site builders, my personal favorite is Wix. If you want to buy a domain, I recommend @Namecheap

Kevin Martinez-Folgar (@kmfolgar; 20): @tongakuot @rstatstweet What about this solution?

1LittleCoder💻 (@1littlecoder; 20): @osanseviero @DynamicWebPaige @github @huggingface Honestly, I’ve been wanting to make a tutorial on this and also a blogdown tutorial with content on github and blogdown on spaces. Probably next week I should make one of these.

Pedro de los Reyes (@PedrodelosReyes; 20): @javimartzs @Picanumeros @dr_xeo @DadosdeLaplace @dhernangomez @r_vaquerizo @joscani @WaterFront8 Hice la mía siguiendo este tutorial (usando blogdown)

dieghernan ن (@dhernangomez; 20): @javimartzs @Picanumeros @dr_xeo @DadosdeLaplace @r_vaquerizo @joscani @WaterFront8 Mi blog es una mezcla de Jekyll + Rmd, por si te interesa, aunque lo más directo es blogdown

Dr. Ben Linzmeier (@Delta18O; 20): @nt_stevens Using netlify to host, blogdown with R in R Studio to build, and sync through GitHub. Also using wowchemy theme. It’s easy to add papers and manage content for an academic audience, which is why I went with it.

Robert Walker (@PieRatio; 10): @heads0rtai1s @rstatstweet There’s an automation to do it in blogdown.

James Steele, PhD (ジェームズスティールさん) (@JamesSteeleII; 10): @cantabile Oh wait, I might have got it working… something was missing from my config that was preventing blogdown form doing its thing.

Alex Borges (@aborges_alex; 10): @diana_nerd Markdown/gh pages, directus/netlify o, po mio lo mio, blogdown rmarkdown en rstufio/gh pages. > Todo eso se, tengo mis domain names y he escrito ZERO posts.

Cristina Lozano Argüelles (@Crislocrispis; 10): I’ve been scared of disappointing @jvcasill for not continuing with blogdown 🙈

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): Having nested elements on blogdown/hugo archetypes #tidyverse #rstats


R Function A Day (@rfunctionaday; 38889): As requested by some of you, there is now a book of these posts! 📗 > > Makes it easy to- > 📑 read 🔍 search 🔗 share etc. > It ain’t pretty, but that’s the best I’d do in a day 😅 > PRs welcome if you notice that something is amiss 🙏 > #rstats #DataScience

JP Gannon (@jp_gannon; 13039): Oh hi! You teaching hydrology this semester? > Fun interactive activity for teaching the water balance: (thanks @CUAHSI for hosting!) > Bookdown with examples of using R in hydro (links to notebooks to download in github):

Indrajeet Patil (इंद्रजीत पाटील) (@patilindrajeets; 545): I know that this is not a real book, but if it looks like a book (🙏 {bookdown} 📦), and reads like a book, etc. By that definition, this would be my first “book”! 😅 > That said, I do hope to author (or co-author) a book about R in the future though, like a real book 🤞

Malte Grosser (@malte_grosser; 240): @rfunctionaday @patilindrajeets Really cool project. Why not finish this by converting it into a bookdown?

🍎TAKEbayesHIデジタル人間🦖 (@psycle44; 187): @Shuntarooo3 @CochraneJapan @PsgSrws R大好きっ子にはこちらのサイトもおすっすです。RoBの表もRのパッケージでかけます。

Ryuhei So (@RyuheiSo; 161): @Shuntarooo3

R-Ladies Baltimore (@RLadiesBmore; 147): Come join us tomorrow evening for an introduction to #bookdown in R from the amazing @sctyner! > @RLadiesDC @RLadiesBmore #rstats #rladies #Baltimore

Zaeen de Souza (@zaeendesouza; 61): A compilation of all the functions shared over the last year.

Solomon Kurz (@SolomonKurz; 60): @fusaroli @Pabster212 @bruno_nicenboim @ShravanVasishth I love the way y’all integrated bookdown and videos into the workshop.

R Function A Day (@rfunctionaday; 60): @malte_grosser @patilindrajeets Ask and ye shall receive 😅 > > Thanks a lot for the suggestion! 🙌

Nono Gueye (@GueyeNono; 51): @tcarpenter216 @rstudio @ProjectJupyter #Rmarkdown supports SQL

Matt DosSantos DiSorbo (@datavizuals; 41): @crcgrubbsd @nickchk Hi David! I have a book on Probability and R ( and a couple of other, fledgling books: > Statistics: Inference: Stochastic Processes:

pea puffers⁷ (@peapuffer_13; 40): @riveramichael we used yaRrr! the pirate’s guide to R. it was free and quite fun ~ >

R-Ladies Baltimore (@RLadiesBmore; 33): today! today! today! @sctyner will be introducing #bookdown in R! :)
> @RLadiesDC @RLadiesBmore #rstats #rladies #Baltimore

Norimitsu Nishida (@NorimitsuNishi1; 30): @Shuntarooo3 すでに解決策ずみですが、rmarkdownのknitディレクトリをプロジェクトからと設定してみては駄目でしょうか? > (here::i_amで設定されているのと同じ操作? hereあまりよく理解できていないので間違っていたら申し訳ありません。) > 参考 >

Tejedor (@malobkiin; 30): @icxicoatl @NgelUichilovos I am not a historian, but i think an open source and open acces blog or book could be a good idea. Check the project > You can easily upload to the web a book written in this format. I wrote my thesis with it.

Data Science au Petit Dèj (@datasciencedej; 21): [Un petit déjeuner de roi !] 🗯 L’article du jour 🍞 Rédiger avec bookdown : pourquoi ? comment ? via @thinkr_fr #data #RStatsFR

R-Ladies DC (@RLadiesDC; 21): This is our first event of 2022! Our co-organizer @sctyner will be speaking about bookdown. You can check out her bookdown book here:

心理的に柔軟なクジラ@技術書典12 (@matsuchiy; 20): 最近話題になっていた, @tomo_econ さまによる「卒業論文のためのR入門」サイト。bookdownでの作成なので,見やすい構造。学部2年生に難しそうな印象を与えてしまった話がされてるけど,入門したい人にはきっと役立つ資料

Chantel (@CDavieSTEM; 20): @ryangarnett78 I found this link useful > There are others, if you look for RMarkdown, HTML and CSS. You can create chunks of code within markdown to specify styling, or link to separate stylesheets within a directory; it’s like building webpages.

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 12): Bookdown pdf output: less equal symbol in a table #tidyverse #rstats

Nistara Randhawa (@nistara_r; 11): @MabLabUF I’ve admired MabLab’s work the past couple of years, and the publications that came out were so helpful because of the accompanied #rstats code (including sites with bookdown). Also learnt from your #emacs config. You’ve all been an inspiration!

Ryoichi WATANABE (@watanaberkyoto; 10): jamoviで学ぶ心理統計

Amelia McNamara (@AmeliaMN; 10): @KenButler12 I finally got a chance to look through your materials and they are SO helpful, particularly the bookdown of examples! As I know you know, finding good examples is so hard. Thanks again!

Philipp Bayer (@PhilippBayer; 10): @LyronW Thanks!! Yes it’s been on my to-read list for a while, there are many beautiful fan projects for this book depending on which language you prefer! > > DEFINITELY something i need to look at asap

Gjalt-Jorn Peters (@matherion; 10): @patilindrajeets Very cool! Thanks and congratulations! 🙂 > (also: real books are overrated, Bookdown books are libre 🙂)

spud (@judestphoenix; 10): @interstzllar procura o bot BookDown no telegram

Paquito Bernard (@PaquitoBernard; 10): @VeraAraujoSoare Some ex in English

Ewan Donnachie 🇬🇧🇩🇪 (@ERDonnachie; 10): @ChrisBeeley That is potentially life-changing. > Seems to be a convention for RStudio Connect, but I was doing something similar (moving reports to a bookdown project). And very helpful for documentation too.

Dr. Deborah Apthorp (@deborahapthorp; 10): I love that there’s still a free Bookdown version with all the code!

Michele M Tobias, PhD (@MicheleTobias; 10): @KellyBodwin Awesome! I’ll see what I can put together. The flair package is so cool! The code highlighting makes such a difference in the workshop materials I’m writing. I wrote a completely inelegant workaround for bookdown and it would be awesome if flair worked instead.

Kelly Bodwin (@KellyBodwin; 10): @MicheleTobias I didn’t experiment with bookdown at all when I was writing the package, so if you have a min example I can toy with, I’d be happy to see what I can find!

Peter Higgins (@ibddoctor; 10): @oridamas And add in citations with Zotero -

Brian Burke (@bburkeESPN; 10): @Gregaregalinski I can’t fit the explanation in a tweet, but it’s because that’s how survival models work. PBWR treats the pass pro as a system that has a probability of failure as a function of time. See here for more

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): Separate chapter for bibliography in bookdown #tidyverse #rstats

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): The font “Andale Mono” cannot be found while using rstudio/bookdown package to build book #tidyverse #rstats

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): How to define a new theorem in bookdown #tidyverse #rstats

#rstats 🤖 (@rstatsvideo; 0/1): 📺 New #rstatsvideo: R-Ladies Baltimore and Washington DC | Intoduction to Bookdown | Tyner ▶ R-Ladies Baltimore (@RLadiesBmore) #rstats 🔗


Shannon Pileggi (@PipingHotData; 16528): ever struggle to print tables to pdf via #RStats rmarkdown? 🥴 > i have! here is a solution i landed upon, i hope it can help you as well! 👯 >

Indrajeet Patil (इंद्रजीत पाटील) (@patilindrajeets; 14625): This talk where @xieyihui provides an engrossing account of the history of literate programming in #rstats is criminally under-watched! 🗣️ > > 🗒️ Summary 🗒️ initial {sweave} 📦 → {knitr} 📦 → {rmarkdown} 🌌 → whatever big and exciting is in the offing! 👀

Daniel Sjoberg (@statistishdan; 319): The as_kable_extra() function got some♥️♥️in collaboration with @PipingHotData ! 🙌🙌 - includes bold/italic cells - column alignment - formatted missing values included > Check out the blogpost for examples > #rstats #datascience #gtsummary #cran

A/Prof Jenny Richmond (@JenRichmondPhD; 124): Super fun @RLadiesSydney event last night, thanks to everyone who came to hear me talk about my 10 favourite things about #RStats. > We learned about functions from here, janitor, naniar, ggeasy, and knitr setup options. Check out the recording … >

Daniel Heck (@Daniel_W_Heck; 62): @rimamrahal With @JASPStats, you can directly copy APA tables into Word. > With R, you can export APA tables to Word by using knitr and the papaja package by @FrederikAust:

BHSci_, R & Graphical Art 🦄🇨🇦🌈 (@StarTrek_Lt; 20): @PipingHotData didn’t know knitr had that option knitr :: end_mtng(duration = ‘early’)

Kirby Conrod (@kirbyconrod; 20): ugh i should learn r markdown and knitr

Iz (@Iz3981341; 10): knitr先生から宣伝メール来た 31日の12:30〜卒研発表あるらしい …別にサイトに載ってるから情報出しちゃダメなことないよな

Yuki Sahashi (@Yuki_Sahashi; 10): knitr について、Viewerの部分でHTMLが見れるのですね。 新しいRの本 -通称 登山本-を読んでいます。

useful but uncool (@usefulButUncool; 10): @umairdurrani87 - Freshly refactored and redesigned new implementation not requiring rmarkdown/knitr - Multilingual by design: R, Python, Javascript, … - Possibly cleaner and more robust interaction with pandoc

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): knitr: writing accents inside an R-chunk #tidyverse #rstats


Dr. Robert M Flight (@rmflight; 0/2): Any #rstats GH actions users who also have latex vignettes? > I’m trying to install tinytex via the r-lib GH action, and it needs to install texinfo, but apt-get complains it isn’t available, and Google is not helping me find the solution. >


William Amorim (@wamorim_; 331): Estou fazendo o novo template de certificado da @cursor usando glue, xaringan e pagedown, que será automatizado em um shiny app. > O #rstats é fantástico! > (também usei um teco de HTML e CSS) [↪](

Carlos Gil Bellosta (@gilbellosta; 40): 1. ¿Reveal.js o Xaringan? 2. ¿Nos vamos a poder plantar alguna vez en algo?

Zoë Turner (@Letxuga007; 22): The slides are build in xaringan #rstats which means when I open the html and press c I can clone a copy which I then put on another screen and press p to get presenter notes. Notes are separated from the slides by ???.

#rstats 🤖 (@rstatsvideo; 11): 📺 New #rstatsvideo: HTML Slides using R Package xaringan | Ajay Koli ▶ Ajay Koli (@ajay_kolii) #rstats 🔗

BHSci_, R & Graphical Art 🦄🇨🇦🌈 (@StarTrek_Lt; 10): @PipingHotData tables in xaringan slides aren’t so fun for me