Spring Break has given me the time to play around with some new palette options for the upcoming #MetBrewer update :) What do y'all think? #RStats #dataviz #r4ds https://t.co/IgMj9xhiEW



Blake Robert Mills (@BlakeRobMills; 35038): Spring Break has given me the time to play around with some new palette options for the upcoming #MetBrewer update :) What do y’all think? #RStats #dataviz #r4ds https://t.co/IgMj9xhiEW

Mike Kearney📊🇺🇦 (@kearneymw; 32551): Did you know there is a {torch} for R package, it’s part of the #MLverse, and it’s actually implemented in R (with c++) [and not simply a python wrapper]? I honestly didn’t think it would be done (it’s a TON of work). Very cool!! #rstats https://t.co/S3ZRYUoCOz https://t.co/egAvcBEvfM

Matt Dancho (Business Science) (@mdancho84; 27848): I’ve been getting a ton of questions on which skills are needed to become a data scientist. > So I wrote an in-depth article on it. ❤️ > Article: https://t.co/TxPIm1DVzr > #rstats https://t.co/49U7KGntaN

Adewale™ 🇳🇬 (@AdewalesCrib; 17940): In #R, ggplot is used to visualize data and the geom functions are used. > List of geom functions: 🔥 geom_point 🔥 geom_bar 🔥 geom_line 🔥 geom_smooth 🔥 geom_jitter > Like and Retweet for others. More functions on #R in the cheatsheet below 👇 #RStats #Dataviz #DataAnalytics https://t.co/Wcao65hFeO

Helen Yu (@YuHelenYu; 99101): 9 Machine Learning Algorithms > #AI #DataSecurity #dataScientist #DataAnalytics #python #Rstats #Reactjs #IIoT #ML #flutter #javascript #TensorFlow #BigData #CloudComputing #coding #100DaysOfCode #PyTorch #R #WomenInSTEM #MachineLearning #learn #fintech https://t.co/3YvH4uH4dC


Knut Jägersberg (@JagersbergKnut; 22): For my blog, I am tweaking the timer hugo theme, using blogdown in #RStats > I tinkered before with the templates, it is not rocket science, even if you don’t know a lot about front-end dev. Static website. Exchange files and change config files. Netlify. > https://t.co/Fr6p9rL01w

Joris Meys 💛💙 (@JorisMeys; 21): @MichaelMaex Als je #RStats een beetje kent, kan je RMarkdown gebruiken in combinatie met blogdown. Zie bvb > https://t.co/rrEAo7sEC2

Ariel Mundo (@amundortiz; 20): @kamilkazani You could use #blogdown, use the Hugo Apéro theme, and deploy for free using Netlify. And you can customize with CSS. It can look like this: https://t.co/IdXQkLHCSD. Documentation is excellent, see here: https://t.co/gnzog3PXnm

Bjørn Peare Bartholdy (@OsteoBjorn; 10): @mie_astrup @OpenAcademics @PhDVoice @AcademicChatter If you’re comfortable with R you could use {blogdown} https://t.co/EjN1vqIwlV

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): Blogdown build_site() and serve_site() not functioning #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/5IASfL3PTX


David Keyes (@dgkeyes; 382): My dad is a writer who has written 15+ books (https://t.co/0oXZj4YLFs). Showed him how I’m writing R Without Statistics with {bookdown}. I think I blew his mind.

Kaye Boesme (@kayeboesme; 120): “Live beta” means that I will be going back to this later in 2022 to do more edits and make it as useful as I can. I also need to learn more about how bookdown configures the ebook and PDF so I can make the formatting of those output formats a bit cleaner.

Daniel Dauber (@daniel_dauber; 111): @KatherineSliter @rstatstweet It depends what you want to learn. If you are interested in Statistical Analysis, this reference could be helpful. > https://t.co/fEKv8jM3hn

Peter Higgins (@ibddoctor; 81): @Jonathansegal85 @IanARowe With free (online) books! https://t.co/H6KiwJlEKF

Lluís Revilla Sancho (@Lluis_Revilla; 72): I’m writing the thesis on #bookdown but I’ll need to start typesetting it soon. Which are the best resources to learn LaTeX? 🙏 From how to insert environment, modify headers, add background images/plots and section markers… I can copy and paste but I’d prefer to understand it.

yaniv brandvain (@yanivbrandvain; 70): @KatherineSliter Chapters 2-9 of my class notes might be helpful https://t.co/XYmG6i5gOH mine is tidyverse focussed

Martin Monkman (@monkmanmh; 70): @KatherineSliter Here’s the online materials for a 6 week introduction course I teach: https://t.co/UFAOUAi4K5 (The course has been online/remote since the pandemic started; alas no sections currently planned for the near future.)

Vikram_Singh Rawat (@Guru_GyanKhoji; 53): Some tips on making #RStats faster – read the chapter — > https://t.co/LwPqVCcJOT https://t.co/dG7rL9PgzX

tipsder (@tipsder; 31): Bioestadística con #R Libro web, en español, útil para aquellos interesados en el uso de R en la Bioestadística. Agradecimiento especial a la autora de este documento. https://t.co/GJWSrAgVzQ #data #DataScience #Datavisualization #RStats https://t.co/FRISA4KKUc

Peter Higgins (@ibddoctor; 30): @dgkeyes Any idea if {quarto} will connect to {bookdown}? Are you planning to migrate to {quarto} (aka ‘the next generation of Rmarkdown’)?

Houston H. ❤️🇺🇦 Haynes (@h3techdev; 21): @iAmOthman @tanya_shapiro @jbkunst 💯 hard agree on @jbkunst and @Highcharts. I’m playing with the .NET version with #fsharp now, but my personal blog is built with #rstats (with pandoc/bookdown/Hugo) and Highcharts. 👍 This vignette is a glance into that stack. https://t.co/4qo8p90zVT

Richard E.W. Berl (@rewberl; 20): @grizzlygirl87 It’ll definitely take some work, no way to get around it unfortunately. Here’s one for rstanarm that looks somewhat accessible: https://t.co/CTx7Z8JRIC > Or the brms version of McElreath’s Statistical Rethinking section on zero-inflated models: https://t.co/iK6v8jcYoJ

McNamara Chiwaye (@McnamaraChiwaye; 11): 4 Career and Community | Big Book of R https://t.co/sWmmXQzHRJ #rmarkdown #bookdown

Tom Mock (@thomas_mock; 10): @dgkeyes @ibddoctor There’s an example conversion of a bookdown/.Rmd -> .Qmd > Original: https://t.co/lYDqKQtxPK Qmd: https://t.co/WvV7Z4YV1V

Mike K Smith (@MikeKSmith; 10): @dgkeyes All of this is indeed amazing, and I’m eternally grateful to those that created bookdown and associated technologies. It is both amazing and great.

Lluís Revilla Sancho (@Lluis_Revilla; 10): @KatherineSliter In this case, you might find useful (and enjoy!) this book “The purpose of this book is to help you learn R from the ground-up.”: https://t.co/hZvVdvKGRC

Stefan Hartmann (@hartmast; 10): @ElenLeFoll My quick&dirty solution, not sure how well it works: sapply(1:length(loadedNamespaces()), function(i) toBibtex(citation(loadedNamespaces()[i])))

The solution here seems more elegant, but I’m not sure if it just cites all packages you have installed: https://t.co/nVplN4ys7F

Stefan Hartmann (@hartmast; 10): @ElenLeFoll Not a silly question at all :) I have no idea tbh, but this might help https://t.co/cHN7fjtsfv - although I presume you already have a bib file and don’t want to cite all the entries in it; in that case, this solution probably doesn’t help too much :)

M. Ensar Köse (@mensarkose; 10): 1.5 Some case studies | Forecasting: Principles and Practice (3rd ed) https://t.co/WrzUbfQu9V #rmarkdown #bookdown

Dave Garbutt (@DavGar51; 10): @EMCWritesPoetry We can target the costs of production and editing. What is needed is system for generating PDF plus website from one set of source files that can be collaboratively edited. Bookdown does something like this but uses Markdown for the text format. 12

Matthew Wood (@matthewdwood82; 10): @BradCongelio @nflfastR A true 👑! Is there a bookdown? Our DS book club is making a list of what to read after R4DS.

しばた (@ooSHIBATAoo; 10): 「jamovi完全攻略ガイド」の内容をjamovi 2.3.0(日本語版)ベースに更新しました。なお,jamovi 2.3.0からは多言語対応しただけでなく,回帰法やBartlett法など,種々の方法による因子得点の算出にも対応しています。 > https://t.co/B4fLHDj6sm

bigoshin / mustashin (@mechamoshin; 10): Sou mt servidor da Instituição Cop! Eu querendo aprender a fazer material didático no github ele vai lá e CHABLAU! Estatística nas Ciências Ambientais https://t.co/iU6Mseo5H1 #rmarkdown #bookdown

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): Bookdown + Knitr results in a weird error (You can’t use `macro parameter character) #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/zVuFx0YKOO

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): Cannot load mathtools MathJax extension in bookdown #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/y4MxFBEbCy

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): bookdown search #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/m79TZ9VjiW


Andrew Heiss 🇺🇦 (@andrewheiss; 210): @tcarpenter216 {r include=FALSE} knitr::opts_chunk$set(echo = FALSE)

Elen Le Foll 🇫🇷 🇬🇧 🇩🇪 🇪🇺 (@ElenLeFoll; 51): @hartmast Amazing, that works! My googling skills totally failed me today. So, in the end, I used: knitr::write_bib(c(.packages(), “knitr”), “packages.bib”) and added: bibliography: “packages.bib” nocite: ‘@*’ to the YALM for the best results. Thank you so much @hartmast! 🙏 https://t.co/C96mOAXECo

Andrew Heiss 🇺🇦 (@andrewheiss; 21): @tcarpenter216 Any global chunk options can be set there too > knitr::opts_chunk$set(echo = FALSE, warning = FALSE, message = FALSE, fig.width = 5, fig.height = 3.8), and so on. > Individual chunk options later will override those global ones

Nithin .M (@nithinnithu_m; 20): @matvil Use Quarto, use knitr as engine and use juliacall package in R

LatexNoob (@LatexNoob; 10): @lightingnerd1 @marlenjott Agreed! With things like knitR, the integration is smooth!

Elen Le Foll 🇫🇷 🇬🇧 🇩🇪 🇪🇺 (@ElenLeFoll; 10): @hartmast Thanks for your magic line of code, @hartmast! Probably a silly question but how to you get {knitr} to print all those bibtex entries even though none are directly cited in the document?

Gon García-Castro (@gongcastro; 10): Por cierto, {knitr} buscará las imágenes que incluyáis en la misma carpeta en la que está el .Rmd. Si están en carpetas diferentes tendréis navegar hasta las imágenes volviendo al directorio principal (ej. “../img/mi-imagen.png”) > https://t.co/U49vHEq7MN

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): R knitr to HTML Does Not Work I Get an error #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/xmVItqbzSH


박박사 (@mrchypark; 30): @CaulfieldMK why xaringan is not listed? [↪](https://twitter.com/mrchypark/status/1500839130405629952)

Landsheapes (@landsheapes; 30): @CaulfieldMK @rstatstweet Xaringan 🥳

Igor Pedroza (@pdrza; 21): @safadelIi Estou tentando migrar para o #xaringan, um pacote o #RStats

Brock Tibert (@BrockTibert; 20): @dataandme What toolkit did you use to build your slidedeck for your prezi here:
> https://t.co/Lc3Cnv5Dbd
> I don’t think I have come across a QMD file before and it doesn’t look like you are using xaringan.

MK Caulfield (@CaulfieldMK; 10): @gavg712 I’m seeing a lot of love for xaringan here - thanks for the feature highlight! Can’t wait to try for myself (this poll was 100% self-serving, as I’ve got a talk to code up…)

Marina Varfolomeeva (@varmara; 10): @CaulfieldMK @mrchypark_ +1 for xaringan (based on remark.js). It is awesome! Thanks to @xieyihui and contributors

Gabo Gaona (@gavg712; 10): @CaulfieldMK Xaringan. It may be is the most user friendly reveal JS wrapper. Some features interesting to me: - Multiple column distribution - Easy to modify the layout or styles - Extensible

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/2): Using a chicago style in Xaringan Theme #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/IpYoVV1HIk

CRAN Package Updates (@CRANberriesFeed; 0/1): CRAN updates: fbst sdcHierarchies xaringan #rstats


Taren Sanders (@TarenSanders; 10): @mnoetel @lonsdale_c @PhilParker_IPPE I share this dream though. No more styling papers - just submit and let the reader choose. https://t.co/kqWHMAittu (blog post is https://t.co/Q8RyVIq8cz)