➡Gecko is an open source tool to help you find the most relevant papers to your research and give you a more complete sense of the research landscape. 🔗https://t.co/h5fR4eQZAT #Bioinformatics #neuroscience #RStats #AcademicTwitter #postdoc #OpenAccess #bibliometrics #SNA https://t.co/0Frdk61mXC



PhD. Verónica (@Verukita1; 40711061): ➡Gecko is an open source tool to help you find the most relevant papers to your research and give you a more complete sense of the research landscape. > 🔗https://t.co/h5fR4eQZAT > #Bioinformatics #neuroscience #RStats #AcademicTwitter #postdoc #OpenAccess #bibliometrics #SNA https://t.co/0Frdk61mXC

Matt Dancho (Business Science) (@mdancho84; 572150): Stop learning data science. > Start learning how to solve problems. > Here’s how… 🧵 > #rstats #python #datascience

Albert Rapp (@rappa753; 25134): Frighteningly powerful #rstats combo: > mutate() + across() + {tidyselect} helpers 💥 🤯 > The syntax may be a bit confusing at first, though. So, here are a couple of simple examples. > CODE: https://t.co/F7Ix3vpynS https://t.co/pW7IBkjaQt

Rosana Ferrero🕊☮️🏳 (@RosanaFerrero; 17134): 📦editData es un complemento (addin) de #RStudio para editar un ‘data.frame’ o un ‘tibble’. ✅elimina, agrega o actualiza un ‘data.frame’ sin codificación, solo de manera interactiva. 🔗 https://t.co/vG6MTYryVU #RStats #RStatsES #DataScience #data #DataAnalytics #stats #dataviz https://t.co/CiDNaBbsSB


Ming “Tommy” Tang (@tangming2005; 282): R is more than a language. One can use R to build a website with blogdown; use R to write a poster using posterdown. I am down to using #rstats

Ben Bolker (@bolkerb; 100): @Jake_Elder52 AFAICT it makes sense for me (and maybe you?) to wait to switch: I (1) don’t do lots of cross-language stuff, happy so far with an “R-first”/reticulate approach when I do, (2) don’t use bookdown/blogdown/etc.

Chris Prener (@chrisprener; 64): I love using these opportunities to learn a new #rstats package or approach (commit, and the universe will train you!). But a bit motivation for switching the site from blogdown to #quartopub was also to get off the Academic theme for Hugo. The breaking changes were exhausting. https://t.co/T0WljQHZTM

David M. Miller MD, PhD, FAAD (@TheMillerLab; 21): Great question Richard. I’ve been thinking about this all month. Is there a way to incorporate qmd files into an existing blogdown-based website, or does one have to covert all their previous posts to quarto (i.e essentially recreate a new site w/their old rmd files as a base)? https://t.co/hG1PkldPRV

Programmatic.Solutions (@Programmatoris; 11): Blogdown posts appearing in RStudio but not on Github Pages - Visit https://t.co/emF8E7aSXT for the solution. #r #github_pages #hugo #blogdown #programming

Jose Luis Cañadas (@joscani; 10): @r_vaquerizo @hanwengutierrez Lo bicheo. Pero ahora blogdown genera los md intermedios y ya netlify lo sirve como html

Pedro Queiroz (@JPedroFQueiroz; 10): @siegnant Eu usei Quarto um pouquinho semana passada. É ótimo. QuartoPub é tipo o Blogdown?


Deemah 🇺🇦 🇳🇴 🇸🇪 (@dmi3k; 381): @Jake_Elder52 There’s a promise that if you learn it you won’t have to remember the difference in syntax between Rmarkdown, Bookdown, Distill, hugodown, Xaringan and whatever other flavors of RMD that evolved over the last few years. #quartopub promises to be stable, thought-through API.

JP Gannon (@jp_gannon; 267): It’s that time of year! If you’re teaching hydrology the bookdown and/or water balance stuff may be able to save you some class prep! https://t.co/7p00SBYSL5

Angie Nikoleychuk (@Juxtacognition; 262): @fox_emilyc @AcademicChatter @OpenAcademics @PhDVoice FreeCodeCamp. Seriously. Helped so much. > https://t.co/Dc39coApzJ > Also, the Pirates Guide To R https://t.co/r6gQ9R8EW6

Ming “Tommy” Tang (@tangming2005; 174): I found the solution to not wrap text output for PDF output of Rmarkdown #rstats https://t.co/7MnpzzWJke

Matt Cannon (@MattVCannon1; 104): A useful #RStats #Rmarkdown tip that I wish I’d known sooner. A Rmd chunk can consider an external file as part of caching: ```{r name, cache=TRUE, cache.extra=tools::md5sum(‘my-precious.csv’)} https://t.co/UEjoaFJHLD That way if the data changes the chunk gets re-executed!

Reagan Onyango (@rigs12; 84): The Tidyverse Cookbook https://t.co/xQaifowuY0 #rmarkdown #bookdown

Ethan Tenison 🏳️‍🌈 (@ethantenison; 71): Reading a book on feature engineering as part of an R4DS book club, although the book itself is mostly language agnostic. It is phenomenally well written -with tons of great insights, graphic ideas, and does and don’ts. Also it’s free! Very bookmark-able https://t.co/Pj9jdBp3cO

Matt DeCarlo (@profmattdecarlo; 61): Hi new #OER friend! Lemme introduce you to bookdown! https://t.co/05YHWA42Fl

Tom Mock ❤️ #QuartoPub (@thomas_mock; 60): @rappa753 Howdy! This doesn’t exist today in Bookdown or Quarto but would be feature request. > You could use a concept like what @ma_salmon did in bookdown: https://t.co/JDYGuxU1Yf > You would have separate folders for each version, and then a link to swap between them.

Chung-hong Chan (@chainsawriot; 60): @cbpuschmann @dgpuk_meth $$$ https://t.co/E2MemRTfTw

emre toros (@emretoros; 51): @urbanhobbit @AliOilhan amatörce de olsa yazdık koyduk açık erişime … işler kesat… https://t.co/JIkpEDdFs9

tipsder (@tipsder; 51): ¡R Markdown: la guía definitiva! Quizá el mejor, más completo e imperdible libro existente para la creación de documentos orientados a la web desde #R. Muy recomendado. https://t.co/cB7fpbuoY4 #rstats #RStatsES #DataScience #dataviz #dataviz #DataVisualization https://t.co/UVLaev0eDj

Chung-hong Chan (@chainsawriot; 50): @cbpuschmann @dgpuk_meth https://t.co/YR49Qqy1gP

Matt DeCarlo (@profmattdecarlo; 40): Shout out Jerry Bean: https://t.co/bzglADkoQR

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 32): How to eliminate incompatible color warnings in R bookdown? #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/AtYRWTeSsw

Ariel Mundo (@amundortiz; 30): If you have read this far, I have started to write a guide on how to create reproducible papers in the life sciences using R: https://t.co/hoVMKATpgJ > (Haven’t written in a while, sorry, but hopefully will be back to it soon!) > Thanks for reading! (12/n)

Emilio L. Cano (@emilopezcano; 30): @r_vaquerizo No tener que usar los tipos de documentos de bookdown para referencias cruzadas y otras cosas avanzadas. Entre otras cosas.

Raul A. España (@raulespana25; 30): @KwapilLab My absolute favorite resource for learning R was “yaRrr! The pirate’s guide to R.” > https://t.co/8SSN8DBaoA

Paul C. Bauer (@p_c_bauer; 30): Thank you @und_dom for the chapter. I wasn’t aware that there are already so many people working with @Reddit data! https://t.co/26EXra4K2R https://t.co/Il7Ufmzzug

Cybersecurity Declassified (@CyberDeclass; 30): @amysw_sec https://t.co/EEooe8kaLt

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 22): R Bookdown pdf file: how to remove printer marks #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/QpTIg9cRau

Ariel Mundo (@amundortiz; 21): And finally, did you know that the paper was done using #bookdown, and that even the figures were created and composed using #Rstats? Yes! This addressed my interest in creating reproducible work in biomedical research. Paper available here (OA): https://t.co/v9KKpRzxy8 (11/n)

José Manuel Pérez 💻 (@jmpevzla; 20): @SrtaAlbaricoque Pero quieres aprender la teoría base o te refieres a un motor de base de datos en especifico, porque la teoría hay muchos libros acerca del modelo relacional, normalizacion, etc. Este artículo es un buen resumen para consolidar los conocimientos https://t.co/g7jUcIFWVP

Clemens Stachl (@ClemensStachl; 20): @WhitneyRingwald You could convert to a common metric first, see for example here: https://t.co/Kyi70zkTuU https://t.co/XAvSzco2kQ

Martín López-García (@Martin_Lopez_Ga; 20): @DrAlexBest We still provide PDFs (electronically, not printed). Many students still prefer PDF. If one wants to directly generate “Bookdown looking” notes directly from existing tex files, I strongly recommend the LaTeXML add-on BookML by our own Vincenzo 😊 https://t.co/1DS3QaVSgW

𝑳𝒆𝒈𝒊𝒐 𝒂𝒆𝒕𝒆𝒓𝒏𝒂 𝒗𝒊𝒄𝒕𝒓𝒊𝒙 (@TheLordOfCharos; 20): @JonathanMndz00 @jaldeko @accelereta42 https://t.co/Km2SA2etSN

Nils Ratnaweera (@NRatnaweera; 13): #QuartoPub help! Qmd files in a @quarto_pub book have to be specified explicitly? No globbing possible?! If so, this was different in #bookdown. #RStats > https://t.co/uEFM4qsvHp https://t.co/Coc7kNYN1N

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 11): How to have roboto font in bookdown::pdf_document2? #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/iUMExhsz8G

Shawn PSY🏇 (@YSSNYSSN; 10): 👀Data Science for Psychologists https://t.co/vqZp21BvXh #rmarkdown #bookdown

Rémi Thériault (@RemPsyc; 10): @BiologistDillon Teach them how to use rmarkdown from a regular R script using #’ for comments; it will be less confusing for newcomers: https://t.co/nz31WN5TGW > Yihui writes that Dean Attali called this “knitr’s best hidden gem”.

Andrew Heiss (@andrewheiss; 10): @wzbillings Ah but it can! (see https://t.co/h059bDaPLN) https://t.co/k0gDpqE6PT

Alex Best (@DrAlexBest; 10): (I know, I know, other people have been doing this for ages in Bookdown and stuff, but I’ve sat here and done it and I’m pretty proud of it).

James Ashmore (@jma1991; 10): @drjulie_b Could also try iterative overlap peak merging? https://t.co/mUEaunbsUU

Solomon Kurz (@SolomonKurz; 10): @IsabellaGhement Already got you covered: https://t.co/Ynog291xdi

Alex Best (@DrAlexBest; 10): @Martin_Lopez_Ga Amazing how many different methods people have found to make notes accessible isn’t it - Bookdown, lwarp, BookML, Jupyter Books….

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): What element is the left upper corner of a bookdown in R? #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/fC9LCJuHOL

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): R Bookdown: access auto-generated date in meta tag #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/AoOs6rCTfL


collapse (@collapse_R; 276): The cheatsheet has been updated for the current #rcollapse v1.8.8: https://t.co/1ZUpfb3R2u It’s a complete rewrite in latex+knitr, which will facilitate future updates. It also includes live code examples and comments, making it a rich resource. #Rstats #fastverse #DataScience https://t.co/kMeItzCIxM

Ozancan Özdemir (@OzancanOzdemir; 122): summary(model) vs broom::tidy(model, https://t.co/WVs6im0xh6=TRUE) %>% knitr::kable(digit=2) #rstats https://t.co/NsX2imIpny

John MacKintosh (@_johnmackintosh; 92): Today, as I press ‘Go’ on my parameterised report, I discover that Skye, Lochalsh & West Ross is a beautiful part of Scotland, but a terrible parameter, and my report fails. > Is there any magic trick for passing such a string to knitr. Changing the data not really an option.

boB Rudis 🇺🇦 (@hrbrmstr; 90): @thomas_mock Q for the Quarto $DEITY: > Is there another way to register a Quarto chunk processor besides {knitr}? To put it a diff way: if I want/need to process a bash chunk, does that inherently == “needs R”?) https://t.co/O1do7UUCEj

Shannon Pileggi (@PipingHotData; 71): @thomas_mock @hattisellers @jeremy_data If you use {gtsummary}, this post can give you some ideas for pdf formatting https://t.co/xzceq8fe0k

Sulman Olieko (@olieko_sulman; 43): Which is better? summary(model) or broom::tidy(model, https://t.co/Qrwndjklq4 =TRUE)%>%knitr::kable(digits = 4) or tab_model(model) or stargazer(…,) #RStats #rstats #tidyverse #STARGAZER https://t.co/HDWXzryNBi

Ottar Bjornstad (@BjornstadOttar; 40): @bolkerb @rmkubinec I guess I am “archaic”. I really like LaTeX! Everything is completely transparent. No GUIs. All Unicode characters. From R knitr through LaTeX the upcoming November 2nd edition of UseR “Epidemics” (https://t.co/pzgCXupiPV) takes <10minutes to build with perfect typesetting.

Iñaki Úcar (@Enchufa2; 30): @AchimZeileis @michael_chirico @juliasilge +1000 That is a very good proposal. In the meanwhile, I’ve submitted a similar one to knitr here https://t.co/kEvDQNLZik

Tom Pollard (@tompollard; 30): Quarto looks very cool https://t.co/N325dk1AxM Like the RMarkdown/Knitr we’ve been waiting for in Python @quarto_pub

boB Rudis 🇺🇦 (@hrbrmstr; 30): also (for others): engine: knitr works for this “bash” thing as well (Sir Mock knows this). I’m just trying to make Quarto more accessible for folks who don’t work /never have worked with R.

Zachariah Marrero (@ZachariahNKM; 30): @LisaQuadt @JamesEBartlett @EikoFried Error is due to what environment knit is pointed at. See here for comparable problem and solution: https://t.co/QAk2Aj6aVm

alastair rushworth (@rushworth_a; 24): in #rstats rmarkdown, is there a knitr chunk option to control the font size of printed code output (note not the echoed code chunk itself)

David Schoch (@schochastics; 20): @ross_gayler For html you can add something like #| classes: big-font to the chunk and then define .big-font{font-size: 3em;} in your css file. See here: https://t.co/dh2tJgNuPq

Tom Mock ❤️ #QuartoPub (@thomas_mock; 20): @hrbrmstr Yup, right now you are using either knitr or jupyter kernel unless you were to write an entire basic engine just for bash. > I’m thinking a SQL + bash only engine would be neat for future - still could have Observable.js for basic plots…

CRAN Package Updates (@CRANberriesFeed; 12): CRAN updates: covr knitr #rstats

Ben Bolker (@bolkerb; 10): @prosopis @Jake_Elder52 I still use LaTeX+R (Sweave/knitr), or straight LaTeX for writing papers (working with colleagues, and too much invested in TeX solutions); rmarkdown for less formal documents (and Word/Google docs when I write papers with biologists)

Michael Chirico (@michael_chirico; 10): @AchimZeileis @juliasilge I had been thinking knitr could offer a nice helper, but handling at the vignette engine level seems even better!

Sagiru Mati (@sagirumati; 10): @hrbrmstr We will miss you. I use your post on “adding Go language to knitr” to develop my EviewsR, gretlR and DynareR packages. I wish you would change your mind.

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): Is there a way to implement knitr chunk and knit options as a project-wide environment or profile for R Markdown? #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/Lt1w55sXcY

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): knitr/Rmarkdown pdf error “! Missing $ inserted.” #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/v0uheafuaE


Andrew Heiss (@andrewheiss; 250): finally took the plunge and am trying to rely 100% on {tinytex} rather than the full gigabytes-huge texlive distribution and… it’s working…

Albert Y. Kim (@rudeboybert; 40): @andrewheiss Installing individual LaTeX packages is also much easier using tinytex


Kat Hoffman (@kathoffman; 174): so much fun chatting with R/med conf attendees while my pre-recorded swimmer plot walkthrough played yeterday 🤩 > 🏊‍♀️{xaringan} x {flipbookr} slide deck: https://t.co/VEPKZ10uQX > 🌊creating the talk also helped me clarify the corresponding blog post: https://t.co/MYpE7c9SXK https://t.co/sTyWFmYqds

Jeremy Selva (@JauntyJJS; 154): Here is the link to my lightning talk on R/Medicine 2022. Many thanks to @r_medicine for giving me the opportunity to share my work. Also grateful to @sharlagelfand for the nice xaringan slide template. https://t.co/vGhoyXNCe4 #rmed2022 #rstats #lipidomics #DataVisualization

TuQmano (@TuQmano; 103): Avanzanding el template {xaringan} para presnetaciones del Sistema de Información Turística de la Argentina #SINTA del @TurDepAR 🤓😂 > https://t.co/B4uspmUSU1 > #rstatsES #rstats https://t.co/FCDIsCJYZ0

A. Jordan Nafa (@adamjnafa; 30): @Jake_Elder52 I hated xaringan with a passion but I’ve really come around to reveal.js presentations in Quarto. As far as html is concerned, the transition from markdown to Quarto is seamless. Also, Quarto has a lot features like callouts we used to have to code by hand in html/CSS/Javascript https://t.co/EHRKquxPf6

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 11): Failed to generate output. Reason: Cannot navigate to invalid URL (Convert xaringan html or rmd file into pdf) #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/gHgvxfnutC

Mickaël CANOUIL (@MickaelCanouil; 10): @spcanelon It depends on the structure, like the project directory in _quarto.yml. The full path might be needed. Example in GHA: https://t.co/82SR3TWPPF Example of an R script to build feature image for xaringan/revealjs: https://t.co/xoYhbdWedz (script used in GHA)

Liz Hare PhD (@DogGeneticsLLC; 10): @spcanelon I was just looking at your awesome website yesterday! I was recommending your Xaringan blog again.

Lou Bajuk (@LouBajuk; 10): @hanwengutierrez @rstudio @xieyihui While some people may want to stck with xaringan for slides (inc. @xieyihui, see https://t.co/pUYV3oHPxe), one major advantage of Quarto is having a unified framework and syntax to output various forms of docs, not just presentations.

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): How to write matrix in Xaringan? #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/i9CtKMDnTc

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): How to hyperlink email address and target website on xaringan slides #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/TVpJDHEAPU


Mine Dogucu (@MineDogucu; 61): I hadn’t noticed before. @xieyihui has a Hugo template XMag. The news from the template includes: - @jtleek can do zero-fold cross-validation. - Correlation implies whatever @jtleek tells it to imply. - @jtleek always obtains unbiased estimators. and more https://t.co/sjvryHGCdG

Mickaël CANOUIL (@MickaelCanouil; 10): @scheidegger @michaelaye @quarto_pub While you (@scheidegger) are at it, the https://t.co/NAr0LBqeXx is a bit R oriented (call to xfun package), maybe something more agnostic would be better, especially for Python/Julia/Observable users. Although, having the instructions external is not handy, maybe a local md file?