Read for free "R Graphics Cookbook, 2nd edition" by @winston_chang - a hands-on guide with more than 150 recipes to help you quickly create high-quality diagrams. #rstats #bookdown #rmarkdown #dataviz



Matt Dancho (Business Science) (@mdancho84; 29242): This used to be me when I was first learning linear regression. 😂 > But here’s what’s changed for me. #rstats


R-bloggers (@Rbloggers; 133): Creating your own short URLs with blogdown {} #rstats #DataScience

Kristof Dorau (@DorauKristof; 62): Do you want to measure, visualize, correct, and interpret #redoxpotentials in #soil? I have put down ressources on my personal website (created with #blogdown using #RStats 🥳) > 👈

Jacob Long (@jacobandrewlong; 22): Have any of my fellow technically inclined academics gone with that Hugo academic theme (now called “Wowchemy” 🫥) and then greatly regretted it? It gets frequent breaking changes and now seems completely unsupported for use with #rstats blogdown…

Denzil Ferreira - Tech, Dev, Science (@denzilferreira; 20): @eddiejaoude @schmelto2 Yep :) GitHub + Blogdown = personal notebook (e.g.

Federico Tiberti (@fedetiberti; 10): @__microdancing Cuando sale una empiezan a salir todas. La semana pasada me pasó con blogdown.

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): (Blogdown) R Markdown Blog Post Doesn’t Work #tidyverse #rstats


R Markdown (@rmarkdown; 723181): Read for free “R Graphics Cookbook, 2nd edition” by @winston_chang - a hands-on guide with more than 150 recipes to help you quickly create high-quality diagrams. > > #rstats #bookdown #rmarkdown #dataviz

Maria Tackett (@MT_statistics; 59390): Had fun teaching a new course on generalized linear models this semester! 🔗 > Lectures and HW were based on Beyond Multiple Linear Regression 🔗

R for the Rest of Us (@rfortherest; 20644): The {bookdown} package is a great way to publish an #rstats book online. It’s what I’m using to make R Without Statistics. > Here’s a thread with step-by-step video instructions to help you get started with {bookdown}. > Prefer a blog post? Check out

Andy MacLachlan (@andymaclachlan; 13227): 🚨 The @CASAUCL #GIS module resources by me and @adam_dennett have been published in @JOSE_TheOJ. This has been a few years in the making starting with writing GIS practicals in R > tidyversifying it > bookdown(ing) it🚨 #gischat

R Markdown (@rmarkdown; 5917): Data Analysis in Medicine and Health using R > #rmarkdown #bookdown #RStats #dataanalysis

心理的に柔軟なクジラ (@matsuchiy; 5010): Rによる再現可能な医学研究 インストールからデータラングリング,視覚化,回帰,Rマークダウンに至るまで,再現可能性に関連して幅広く解説。再現可能性の第一歩は前処理にexcel使わないこと

Jonathan DePierro PhD (@jon_m_depierro; 200): @CDelawalla Well I still can’t get over this work of genius:

David Keyes (@dgkeyes; 165): Ignoring the fact that I posted the same video twice, this thread should be useful for anyone who wants to learn how to get started with {bookdown}. #rstats

Clemens Brunner (@cbrnr; 131): @SachaEpskamp I disagree, especially because you can convert an .Rmd to a regular .R script using But each project is different, and I’m using both variants all the time. > Your points apply to Jupyter notebooks though IMO. [↪](

R for the Rest of Us (@rfortherest; 93): Want to learn to make bookdown projects but confused about where to start? I struggled putting together R Without Statistics so I’ve written up the steps to help you avoid the same pain. > 🔗

Pawan Jangra (@pawanjangra1198; 84): Big Book of R #rmarkdown #bookdown #RStats #ggplot2 #TidyTuesday @OscarBaruffa

Peter Higgins (@ibddoctor; 80): @Jonathansegal85 @hanwal9 @AlaaEl_Hussuna Hopefully this is a helpful resource

Samer Mouksassi (@POPPKPD; 70): @daattali Inception shiny in a shiny in a shiny….

Yingying (@learningbioinfo; 64): Chapter 10 Trajectory Analysis | Advanced Single-Cell Analysis with Bioconductor #rmarkdown #bookdown

Stephen Holzman (@StephenHolz; 50): Really cool free and open source math textbook for the timeline: Introduction to Econometrics with R. A companion to the popular Introduction to Econometrics by Stock and Watson.

Peter Higgins (@ibddoctor; 42): @ebtapper Along with the original {blockrand}. An explanation and some examples of how to use these can be found here:

Andy Field (@ProfAndyField; 41): @garaymariaa @Oliver_S_Curry @jamovistats I’d add a shout out to

Lisa DeBruine 🏳️‍🌈 (@LisaDeBruine; 41): One of the things that is going to stop me from converting all my bookdown books to #quarto is the lack of a df_print option. Does anyone know how to add knit hooks to do this? >

Jacob Kaplan (@JacobKaplanCrim; 31): @stone_prof @wpstickle Also available as a bookdown book here

Lisa DeBruine 🏳️‍🌈 (@LisaDeBruine; 31): I’m trying to convert a book to #quarto, but I can’t figure out how to include a custom javascript file. I used to do this with: > bookdown::bs4_book: includes: after_body: script.js > But it doesn’t seem to work for quarto and searching isn’t helping.

Justin Nix (@jnixy; 30): @BCaralin I use @xieyihui’s -xaringan- package in R. Here’s a primer. Happy to walk through it with you if you’re interested in giving it a try! >

tipsder (@tipsder; 23): ¡Data Science con #R! Libro, en español, con una aproximación al uso de algoritmos de predicción con R. #RStats #DataScientist #data #dataviz #Datavisualization #RStatsES

Thiago Gonçalves-Souza (@thiagotoyoyo; 20): @fmsilva1984 @DiogoProvete @mauriciovancine @paternogb @LET_IT_BE_news Oi Fernanda. Vamos marcar o lançamento para Maio. Livro está pronto. Estamos nos organizando para divulgar o dia do lançamento e todo material (bookdown, ebook e livro físico)

🇲🇽 Leonardo Collado-Torres (@lcolladotor; 20): Using the data from @ajprice20 et al we show some examples of what you can do with these analysis-friendly objects > Think of it as a vignette. Also please check the documentation website built with #bookdown >

Lisa DeBruine 🏳️‍🌈 (@LisaDeBruine; 20): @delaBJL @thomas_mock Yup, that was it! The bookdown version of this took a file path.

Lisa DeBruine 🏳️‍🌈 (@LisaDeBruine; 20): @camartinezbu It’s pretty much the same as a bookdown site. You can create a new quarto book from the New Projects menu in RStudio to get a working demo and edit that. This is a really good guide.

Solomon Kurz (@SolomonKurz; 20): @o_guest @JamesSteeleII @ExPhysStudent @arthur_alb1 @f2harrell @hemanth_kanak @OSFramework @ZENODO_ORG I know how to get DOIs from zenodo for my bookdown-based ebooks. But I was under the impression that only worked at the GitHub repository level. Do you have experience making the zeondo approach work for different subfolders within a GitHub repo?

Tony Hirst (@psychemedia; 20): Handy thread on bookdown vs. quarto >

#rstats 🤖 (@rstatsvideo; 11): 📺 New #rstatsvideo: How to get started with the bookdown package ▶ R for the Rest of Us (@rfortherest) #rstats 🔗

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 11): Different Rmarkdown to PDF compiler behavior with RMarkown and Bookdown #tidyverse #rstats

Neeldhara (@neeldhara; 10): @PhilChodrow @quarto_pub Wow, Quarto looks really promising! I tried bookdown for a bit but it somehow didn’t stick, will probably take a closer look at Quarto soon. > Being able to target multiple formats simultaneously from one source has been on my wishlist forever, so… :)

yaniv brandvain (@yanivbrandvain; 10): @pleunipennings looks AMAMZING! Is it cool if i steal these and put them in my intro biostats bookdown?

yaniv brandvain (@yanivbrandvain; 10): @aylwyn_scally like many my comprehension drops when reading online documents & interactivity is another distraction > hypocritically I assign my bookdown text in class – i think the saving them $100 dollars + my control over the text is worth it -but i worry

R for the Rest of Us (@rfortherest; 10): You probably don’t want your users to read the raw HTML that makes up a bookdown book. To enable them to see your book, we’ll need to host our HTML files somewhere. My favorite service for doing this is @netlify.

R for the Rest of Us (@rfortherest; 10): Here’s how to post your bookdown project as a GitHub repository.

Lisa DeBruine 🏳️‍🌈 (@LisaDeBruine; 10): @melisadigiacomo It’s really not much different from RMarkdown. The structure of the yaml header is a little different and there’s a nicer way to specify code chunk options (but the old way still works). The book version has a lot of nice features that were harder to implement in bookdown.

Alex Lalejini (@amlalejini; 10): @LuisZaman @AFredston I love love love using r markdown + bookdown + github pages to turn all of my supplemental material into an ebook e.g., > Wrote a guide here:

R for the Rest of Us (@rfortherest; 0/1): I hope that helps you to get started with bookdown! Don’t forget that you can find this same content as a blog post ( Thanks for sharing!

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): Issues with figures when rendering rmarkdown/bookdown to pdf #tidyverse #rstats

Tony Hirst (@psychemedia; 0/1): Could be handy until there’s an official converter, notes of converting from bookdown/Rmd to to quarto/qmd


R Markdown (@rmarkdown; 6513): Write your dissertation in #Rmarkdown - Using Rmarkdown to create complex pdf documents > > @our_codingclub @citedrive #rstats #knitr #texlatex

Carson Sievert (@cpsievert; 142): @nicolaskruchten @FILWD Also: plyr (dplyr), reshape (tidyr), knitr (rmarkdown), plotly (for R), trelliscope, jsonlite, opencpu, and probably lots of other #rstats packages

Abdur Rohman (@rohmanoabdur; 50): @SachaEpskamp @adamjnafa @rstatstweet knitr::purl() can reproduce the code from .Rmd files and store it in a .R file. No need to copy-paste to reproduce the code.

Stephen Eglen (@StephenEglen; 20): @LisaDeBruine @SachaEpskamp agree; knitr’s ability to read named chunks of code from .R files is great in this respect. > BTW Lisa, very much enjoying your tweets re: quarto. Am not yet convinced if I should switch…

Jeremy Leipzig 🇺🇦 (@jermdemo; 20): @Lluis_Revilla @KevinBlighe yes but honestly my knitr scripts are now basically full of weird sentinel flags. They might as well be using GOTO.

Lisa DeBruine 🏳️‍🌈 (@LisaDeBruine; 20): I figured it out! (By reading the documentation @xieyihui wrote at; who’d have guessed?) > I hadn’t called registerS3method() for data.frame. The gist is updated and this works exactly like I want now to add a customisable df_print-like option to #quarto.

MFTR (@QCProfessor; 11): @DataAugmented Furthermore LyX makes it possible to write and compile R code by Knitr. This is great and very useful for scientific text #RStats

Garrick Aden-Buie (@grrrck; 10): @nithinnithu_m Thanks Nithin! And good news… {epoxy} will work in Quarto, too! > ({epoxy} is really a {knitr} extension, and Quarto, like {rmarkdown}, uses {knitr} as the R-based computation engine)

Mateusz Sienkan ⚛️⚡🌍🌳🧬 (@s21n; 10): @daattali knitr::include_url() and knitr::include_app()?

Lisa DeBruine 🏳️‍🌈 (@LisaDeBruine; 10): Similarly, if you want the equavalent to df_print: kable > library(knitr) > <- function (x, options, …) { knitr::kable(x) |> knitr::knit_print() } > registerS3method(“knit_print”, “data.frame”,

Stas Kolenikov (@StatStas; 10): Watching knitr fail with files/my_markdown_name_with_all_params file not found: The more informative the project directors/project managers are with their directory names, the less informative the analysts’ file names would have to be before you hit the freaking 260 characters li

Beatriz Milz (@BeaMilz; 10): @jjesusfilho @quarto_pub @AIinclusive usar python nos chunks foi mais fluido nas minhas tentativas com quarto comparado com rmarkdown; organização melhor das opções de chunk (mas implementaram isso no knitr então vai funcionar tbm no rmarkdown); 3/n


Izabel Flores 🏁 (@IzaFlores; 80): Q inferno d LaTeX q não funfa no PC quero fazer meus relatórios afff Tinytex te odeio

Luiz Mario (@luiz_marioags; 70): @IzaFlores Reject Tinytex, embrace Overleaf

Izabel Flores 🏁 (@IzaFlores; 20): Eu nao atualizei os pacotes 🤓 Amo Tinytex dnovo

Izabel Flores 🏁 (@IzaFlores; 20): @luiz_marioags Hahah Amo Overleaf 😍 Uso o Tinytex só no R mesmo

Lisa DeBruine 🏳️‍🌈 (@LisaDeBruine; 20): @lakens This one is a very “me” problem, not quarto. I haven’t upgraded the OS on the laptop I use for web development since 2018 because I hate having to set up a tomcat server. I also need to upgrade because problems with SSL mean I can’t update latex with tinytex, so can’t knit PDFs.


Beatriz Milz (@BeaMilz; 7113): I’m developing a presentation for @seruff_ using @quarto_pub presentations. I started to implement a similar theme as the xaringan @RLadiesGlobal theme made by @apreshill ! If anyone wants to help to improve it, It would be awesome 💜 #rladies #RStats

Beatriz Milz (@BeaMilz; 6811): I asked for help with @quarto_pub on GitHub, and thanks to @chrisderv and Lucio, the Quarto slides are looking much more alike the theme that @apreshill created for @RLadiesGlobal in xaringan! If anyone wants to use them, feel free to see the code here:

Shannon Pileggi (@PipingHotData; 106): am i making this problem harder than it needs to be? > 👀seeking help with #RStats {xaringan} & {flair} 💅 & regex 😵‍💫 > suggestions are much appreciated! 🙏 >

John Paul Helveston (@JohnHelveston; 10): @stelifanie xaringan

Arthur Bazolli (@baarthur0; 10): @stelifanie I like xaringan ® because it allows me to plot dynamic maps (e.g. tmap), I wouldn’t be able to make this with ppt.

Mike LeGower (@mlegower; 10): @AprilBurrage What about using some flavor of markdown? I have switched to Rmarkdown/xaringan for all of my teaching and, while it’s still markup and not WYSIWYG, I find it easier than Latex/Beamer.

Yisu Zhou (@makzhou; 10): @xieyihui maybe integrate this into the next version of Xaringan?

Sylvain Lapoix (@SylvainLapoix; 0/5): I’m a compulsive #Xaringan user (even evangelist as far as @datactivi_st goes) but in many situations we’re ask to provide prez as #PPTX. > I looked it up but : apart from printing in PDF & using clumsy online converters, what can I do ? > Please #RStats folks, save my sanity !

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/2): Include slide in Xaringan presentation if condition based on parameter is true #tidyverse #rstats

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): xaringan flair character strings with underscores #tidyverse #rstats

Adolfo Álvarez 🌳 (@adolfoalvarez; 0/1): This, but Xaringan slides #rstats