RとDAGを使って、因果推論の基礎をまとめてあるサイト。コンパクトで、図も多いので、what ifの前段階に良いかも。 https://t.co/0fSNtDP19i https://t.co/yz8mBpwhD5



Albert Rapp (@rappa753; 31758): The fun thing about getting better at #ggplot2 is that you begin to mimick other #dataviz. > Here is a practice #rstats info graphic I created after seeing a similar infographic from @EatSmarter_de > Original graphic, making of, comments and some ressources below ⬇️🧵 https://t.co/FslScy9sc7

Annapurani (@annapurani93; 24949): Thread 🧵 > Each #dataviz you create needs to tell a story. It doesn’t help if we just group a bunch of graphs together on different metrics. > So here are 5 pointers that might help create a story out of your #Datavisualization. Follow along :) > #RStats #Tidyverse #DataScience

Christian Burkhart (@ChBurkhart; 24543): It took me some time to understand the after_scale function in #ggplot2. I hope I can make your life a little easier with this cheat sheet. You can find it on my cheat sheet page: https://t.co/F9sQ2L4hNO > Many thanks to @Emil_Hvitfeldt for his great prismatic package. > #rstats https://t.co/OXFTpoy4AH

Matt Dancho (Business Science) (@mdancho84; 22538): This is the most INSANE R package I’ve tried in years… > https://t.co/H9QWz7WFBO > #rstats #R #datascience https://t.co/wcOgeP9PqT


Jan Broder Engler (@JanBroderEngler; 52): My research portfolio website done with blogdown #RStats @xieyihui @rstudio #ScienceTwitter #NeuroTwitter > https://t.co/1Gqf42A8Mo

Cameron Patrick (@camjpatrick; 50): @DavidKButlerUoA and you don’t have to remember your Wordpress login credentials or how to rebuild your blogdown site

atusy (@Atsushi776; 31): RStudio Serverでblogdownを快適に使えるようにする | Atusy’s blog https://t.co/aoHjURLO8g > #OsakaR 朝もく

DevinPastoor (@DevinPastoor; 20): @dgkeyes its been designed from the learnings of blogdown/bookdown/etc and where future energy is being channeled. So the delta might be smaller now, but seeing as you’re just getting going now, I’d say in the next 1-2 years the ergonomics for using it will just keep improving

Jason Punyon 💉💉💉 (@JasonPunyon; 20): today, in things that are good: > - R - renv - blogdown - hugo - netlify - homebrew - openssh - obs

えいつぴ (@eitsupi; 11): blogdown+HugoのサイトをQuartoに移行設定中。設定ファイル少なくなってすっきり。私にはHugoの設定は難解すぎました……。

Matthew Shields (@MShields_esq; 10): @dgkeyes Thanks! RMarkdown, blogdown and Hugo with CD publishing it to Netlify. It’s really easy and all detailed in https://t.co/rAW1FDNrQR by @xieyihui

Xiaotao Shen (@xiaotaoshen1990; 10): @ashjcarpenter Try blogdown in R.


Sato Shuntaro|佐藤俊太朗 (@Shuntarooo3; 36278): RとDAGを使って、因果推論の基礎をまとめてあるサイト。コンパクトで、図も多いので、what ifの前段階に良いかも。 > https://t.co/0fSNtDP19i https://t.co/yz8mBpwhD5

David Grubbs (@crcgrubbsd; 5616): Are your writing a book in #github or #Bookdown and would like to do a parallel print version with CRC? Or do you have a new book idea? I would be happy to discuss. I am the editor for these books. #econtwitter #statstwitter #rstats #datascience @CRC_MathStats https://t.co/e4PKtCknu1

tj mahrkov ⛓🍍🍕 (@tjmahr; 455): i rehauled the internals of my targets+bookdown notebook system and wrote a proper readme explaining how it works https://t.co/SNSFDTMGbf

David Keyes (@dgkeyes; 170): Just to be clear, there’s no content there yet. I just set up bookdown today.

David Keyes (@dgkeyes; 142): I’m planning to write my book using bookdown. To share with my publisher, I can either send them Word/LibreOffice files or use Overleaf. > Does anyone have thoughts on which approach is better? #rstats

Luis Anunciacao (@Neuropsic; 73): #python community. Do we have a kind of #bookdown (in #Rstats) for writing and deploying books using #jupyter notebook?

Data Science au Petit Dèj (@datasciencedej; 64): [C’est chaud !] 🗨 L’article du jour ☕ Rédiger avec bookdown : pourquoi ? comment ? https://t.co/4TVNB4buX5 via @thinkr_fr #donnees #RStatsFR

Solomon Kurz (@SolomonKurz; 62): @bmwiernik @polesasunder https://t.co/qMIRABNGhn

Solomon Kurz (@SolomonKurz; 51): @evergreendata https://t.co/u2iFcdXkgb

Solomon Kurz (@SolomonKurz; 40): @aggieerin Model b14.6 might be an example of what you’re looking for. https://t.co/rQGJpabTwH

Dan Sharp (@DanSharpIBD; 30): @dr_fcalderaibd Reproducible Medical Research with R From @ibddoctor > https://t.co/M60q8b5HYe

Matt Johnson 🏵️ (@mrjoh3; 30): @jackiemoonie1 @rstatstweet It can make things really easy and a large number of languages are supported https://t.co/RtFC50AYA7

Abdur Rohman (@rohmanoabdur; 20): @fadlizon Yth.Bapak Doktor Fadli Zon, alangkah baiknya Bapak pun menyajikan data yg mendukung argumen Bapak. Karena data itu perlu dijelaskan sumbernya, validitasnya, dan metode analisisnya, saran saya Bapak menulis buku lalu diunggah scr gratis di Google Drive atau https://t.co/0AUabHEMNB

Richard Meyer-Eppler (@r_meyereppler; 20): @dgkeyes Combining the two (possible via bookdown::markdown_document2, base_format: officedown::rdocx_document) produced weird results for me. Do you need fancy tables? Flextable is pretty much the only game in town for Word.

Dr. Robert M Flight (@rmflight; 20): @bac3917 I wouldn’t expect anyone else to. Most people who need numbering would probably just use the various document outputs from bookdown. > But I’m a fan of the most basic templates provided by rmarkdown, and not having actual styled captions, so I rolled my own. 😉

tj mahrkov ⛓🍍🍕 (@tjmahr; 20): @mjskay silly me for importing knitr, rmarkdown, yank, and bookdown, three packages that all build on each other in various ways

Mizu (@3103mizumizu; 11): Interpretable Machine Learning https://t.co/bJDbGDcEDc #rmarkdown #bookdown

Análise Real (@analisereal; 10): Suppose a book has both an online html version (e.g, bookdown) and a pdf version. Which format do you prefer for reading?

S-Terazawa (@terashige8; 10): 興味深い。 私たちのR: ベストプラクティスの探究 https://t.co/63PhcfSLml #rmarkdown #bookdown

Alistair Bailey (@alistair604; 10): @dgkeyes Ok, short answer is no, I didn’t fix it. But reading the log, a bit of googling, and the markdown cookbook suggests I need a full LaTeX installation to use the tikz device. I’ve only got Tinytex on my laptop. I may look at this when I’m on another machine https://t.co/rjDwdv1dfr

Romy (@RavinesRomy; 10): Loss Data Analytics https://t.co/fyPDHbLVxR #rmarkdown #bookdown

ジンク (@zinc_finger_pma; 10): 後で読む https://t.co/0X5pfWM7lL

Alex Borges (@aborges_alex; 10): @hadleywickham Yuis talk on rmarkdown/bookdown, parametrized rmd… etc. I think it was rconf 2020.

Dr. Chris Wall (@coraloha; 10): @ConorTaff Option to export as bookdown and then do a compare-doc changes? https://t.co/kg6FbKiSiC

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): Close table caption in bookdown #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/HIbQ0hXYeK


Charlotte 👩‍💻 (@charliejhadley; 10): @__sierradavis Oh, hey! This was added to {knitr} in 1.35 and I keep intending to use it 😀 https://t.co/yYWp4cbCGN > But it does suck that you can’t use inline options in the backticks 😒

Ricardo Vidal (@rvidal; 0/1): Hey #RStats folks, has anyone tried using knitr (or something else) to output HTML reports directly into Notion? I’ve tried importing HTML files but plots don’t get imported, only tables. Thoughts?


David Ranzolin (@daranzolin; 40): @grrrck @MilesMcBain @hadleywickham Also Garrick, while we’re here ‘Using xaringan to learn web development’ is also one of my favorite talks that shows a lot of code, super effective and motivating!

Daniel Anderson (@datalorax; 32): When working with #xaringan in @rstudio to create slides, I occasionally get this big white bar that hides a bunch of my code. It can be tiny or take up almost my entire script. The only way I’ve fixed it is by closing the script and re-opening it. Any ideas why? #rstats https://t.co/mBZKKAEyzQ [↪](https://twitter.com/datalorax/status/1499467304551084032)

Di Leremna (@AgusJun38986916; 10): @yrivaldo_13 Fancy, Parooty, Wazan, Xoothel, Qualy, Talenant, Dandanx, Compore, Xaringan, Visau, Waascom, Manqoq, Chooweq, Geruzan, Spatulla, Xendoc, Veereenq.