If you’re looking for a 6-figure data scientist job, what if I told you that #R was a smarter choice than #python? You’d probably laugh at me right? Well please read on… #rstats https://t.co/vJMlk9spYh



Matt Dancho (Business Science) (@mdancho84; 69497): If you’re looking for a 6-figure data scientist job, what if I told you that #R was a smarter choice than #python? > You’d probably laugh at me right? > Well please read on… > #rstats https://t.co/vJMlk9spYh

Dr. Ganapathi Pulipaka 🇺🇸 (@gp_pulipaka; 18299): An #MLOps Course! #BigData #Analytics #DataScience #AI #MachineLearning #IoT #IIoT #PyTorch #Python #RStats #TensorFlow #Java #JavaScript #ReactJS #GoLang #CloudComputing #Serverless #DataScientist #Linux #Programming #Coding #100DaysofCode https://t.co/lQ5xxUDHE0 https://t.co/Rjydl5WENd

Dr. Dominic Royé (@dr_xeo; 16446): [🆕POST] Este año he tardado algo en poder hacer el primer post, pero aquí os lo traigo sobre el uso de datos multidimensionales espaciales en formato netCDF con datos de sequía. #rstats #rspatial > 👉https://t.co/ovRfVyDYiw https://t.co/NkifeIfFhh


R-bloggers (@Rbloggers; 94): Why I’m excited to join RStudio, told through a blogdown metadata project {https://t.co/cwEwio8zry} #rstats #DataScience

Tan (@_TanHo; 50): @apreshill Not having enough time to treat a topic with as much effort as I think it deserves - > e.g. I had a false start a few weeks ago because people kept asking me about whether they should blogdown or distill https://t.co/zUQEyFfVd5 > but I still posted my half notes to the web anyway

Eric Ekholm (@ekholm_e; 30): @_TanHo @apreshill Oh man. I just read your post and now I’m considering migrating from distill (back) to blogdown 😬

BHSci_, R & Graphical Art 🦄🇨🇦🌈 (@StarTrek_Lt; 30): @apreshill my best excuses are: a) no one would read it, b) i’m not an expert c) i have the time but not the will d) started the Hugo blogdown netlify website but no content to fill it e) GitHub acts as my blog

Alex Kyllo (@alexkyllo; 20): @KyleOrkmansen Depends on the nature of the data/analysis/insights but an internal website (like a blog or CMS) where you can post articles with study results, including written analysis and inline visualizations and tables, can be helpful. Blogdown is good for this https://t.co/84m2htzkqq

🍎デジタルBIGLOVE人間TAKE🦖 (@psycle44; 10): つ https://t.co/3nqgKs7aOa https://t.co/LbRkOaCrMV

lopierra (@lopierra; 10): @apreshill It used to be just lack of time, now it’s lack of time AND it’s been so long that I can’t remember how to use blogdown anymore 😳

Nick Stamboglis (@nstamboglis; 10): @apreshill TBH your RLadies workshop on blogdown/ Hugo Apèro has been on my “to watch” list for a couple of weeks now due to toddler issues. 😅 Hope to catch-up soon!

Aaron Caldwell (@ExPhysStudent; 10): @JamesSteeleII https://t.co/tGO3zrAdmq


Paula Moraga (@PaulaMoraga; 6828): I updated the website of my book “Geospatial Health Data” with the bs4 #bookdown template🌎📊💻Ready to teach in @ENAR_ibs! ✈️ > 👉 https://t.co/UelVXTiwoY > 💻#rstats #rspatial🗺️#diseasemapping #GIS ✨#rshiny📊#RINLA 🌍#spatialepidemiology 🌈#epitwitter 📕 @CRC_MathStats https://t.co/lvu3AO8n09

Alexander Quispe Rojas (@Alex_QR_CG; 5015): @pmclsf @causalinf In case you want to learn about ML and Causal Inference, I created a bookdown based on the 14.38 course at MIT and it contains Python and R scripts. (soon Julia) https://t.co/1Pyha4t6fp

R-bloggers (@Rbloggers; 244): Preparing a manuscript for publication using bookdown {https://t.co/syYgk2J1PS} #rstats #DataScience

Arthur Albuquerque (@arthur_alb1; 180): @andrewheiss @mjskay I like using brms::prior() for this. Found out about it in SR’s translation by @SolomonKurz https://t.co/7j6akTcSap https://t.co/8JHnmXwXMS

Dr. Luis F. Alvarez León (@lfalvarezleon; 133): @alidacantor Grolemund & Wickham is a great starting point: https://t.co/uZHiOvExMy For geog / spatial analysis, check out Lovelace, Nowosad & Muenchow https://t.co/ahJPTpJd71 For Data Viz, Healy https://t.co/FLY4dXio1n For general fun stuff, community and practice, follow #TidyTuesday

Daniel Consul (@danielconsul; 42): Pra quem curte estudar R, seja lá o nível que for, recomendo essa página do Bookdown, visto que a formatação permite uma rápida reprodução dos códigos do R no seu computador. Vale muito a pena. Melhor que estudar por vídeos, na minha opinião. #RStats > https://t.co/MAmww4CE4z

Crystal Lewis (@Cghlewis; 40): @WCastilloPhD My thoughts in a nutshell, some publishers will let you do both, some won’t. Publishers provide nice things such as editing/design and they help keep you on track. But if you self-publish (ex: leanpub, bookdown, etc.) you have more flexibility. Happy to talk more through DM. :)

Donald Williams (@wdonald_1985; 40): @DustinHaraden https://t.co/6AKcMw7iq9

David Grubbs (@crcgrubbsd; 30): @wjb_mattingly @wjb_mattingly are you interested in publishing a parallel print version (you can leave the Bookdown version up for free). If so, I would be happy to talk to you about publishing with CRC.

Maxwell! 🌃 🌻 (@Maxwell_110; 20): 2. Roback, Beyond Multiple Linear Regression > https://t.co/C17i3IISqS > OLS・GLM 等の基本的なモデルの説明もなされており,一般化線形混合効果モデルを含むマルチレベルの説明は後半. また,online ver もあり,R (lme4 📦) を使用した実装方法が紹介されている ⬇ https://t.co/Q7LnqPb7ki > ↩ https://t.co/XH18M0nGXl

Zoë Turner (@Letxuga007; 20): Work in progress but I’ve taken a Google doc on Open Analytics Resources and made it a {bookdown} project. Looking for comments, suggestions and edits please as I’m sure there is a lot missing or out of date. https://t.co/zrUvbAZeyX

Michael Barrowman (@MyKo101AB; 20): @charliejhadley You could generate rmds for each parametrisation and then used {bookdown} to make one giant doc (and add a header to each file to change your parametrisation variables). Then {pdftools} to split the files back up.

Jesús Olmedo Llanes (@Dr_JO7; 12): Preparing a manuscript for publication using bookdown https://t.co/xOLSv6Pb48 a través de @Rbloggers #RStudio #RStats

Carlos Gil Bellosta (@gilbellosta; 11): Vídeo introducción a bookdown https://t.co/OrZ1otNgjM

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 10): Bookdown: unnumbered sections no longer collapse #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/tsazBopc4t

Lluís Revilla Sancho (@Lluis_Revilla; 10): @davidmasp I saw it some time ago but haven’t played with it yet. I didn’t want to learn a new system at the same time and I started the repository some years ago already and didn’t want to change. There are enough quirks on bookdown/latex already.

Lisa DeBruine 🏳️‍🌈 (@LisaDeBruine; 10): @noamross @cboettig @benmarwick I really need an accessible intro to Makefiles for R. I have these hacky _render.R files where I dump the code I need for making (mainly bookdown::render, zipping and moving files). I’ve looked at MakefileR, but the examples are opaque. > https://t.co/wrpKaTBN25

Serdar Balcı (@serdarbalci; 10): 15.3 Execute content conditionally via the asis engine | R Markdown Cookbook https://t.co/2umxBEikIU #rmarkdown #bookdown

Alex Holcombe (@ceptional; 10): @AlexBurmester hi Alex, yes, thanks, wrote it all in RMarkdown and it uses the bookdown package https://t.co/x6nIiHJBgq

Davide Thambithurai (@ThambithuraiD; 10): @j_pye I use bookdown, but often once it comes to actually submitting files to publishers it’s all about the word. Also, it’s a mess with version control in word, gdocs is better for sure.

Jon Pye (@j_pye; 10): @ThambithuraiD There’s a surprising number and range of journal submission templates in the rticles package, but I sadly have no personal experience using them. https://t.co/l3AO7CzNZd

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): mathbb is not showing in tikz for bookdown #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/OCem4uh4kl

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): How to have a consistent running head in Bookdown when using tufte-latex? #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/ZvtzA6h2IZ

CRAN Package Updates (@CRANberriesFeed; 0/1): CRAN updates: bookdown tarchetypes tvthemes #rstats


John Paul Helveston (@JohnHelveston; 52): @driscollis If you’re willing to venture over to #rstats, there’s some really wonderful things you can do with RMarkdown. In this case, check out the kable() function from the knitr package for converting a data frame to a table.

Eric Bryant (@EricEdwrdBryant; 52): @ekholm_e @rstudio @code If you want vscode to ise the same version of pandoc that comes bundled with RStudio, try running knitr::find_pandoc() in RStudio and add the directory it returns to your system PATH variable. Hope this helps! https://t.co/oA44K4FkVS

Lorenzo Gaborini (@lgaborini; 30): @tjmahr TIL! And when knitting you can set the id to the current chunk label: gt(…, id = knitr::opts_current$get()$label)

jos (@JosiahParry; 30): like y? why is knitr unable to execute code that works perfectly elsewhere? yes, my environment is clean and new. https://t.co/WwGkIvzWVQ

Fadlansolichin61 (@Fadlansolichin1; 21): Ya Allah, terima kasih sudah menemukan saya dengan packages knitr. Membuat tabel hasil jadi semakin mudah, tanpa perlu copy2 gak jelas. https://t.co/WfgOLbXEFA

Tom Mock (@thomas_mock; 10): @hrbrmstr Short answer: No “resume” format that I’m aware of yet > But quarto format: pdf has same template argument. I’d imagine a decent overlap with existing templates since still using knitr/latex? > https://t.co/nI769CnZdK

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): RMarkdown Knitr Won’t Render LaTeX tabular table in pdf #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/VbXSvGkBfV

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): RMarkdown, knitr::kable shows “\begin{table}” after knitting to pdf document #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/lOR40ZLAdd


Jason Becker (@jsonbecker; 20): Pagedown is for real. I’m going to have to learn this. https://t.co/qYWiNeiqJz


Barbie Boleira (@Barbie_boleira; 10): @Inferente3 Xaringan ❤️

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): Customize css for input/output chunks in xaringan #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/heM6bh3gbW