🧠 Las pruebas estadísticas comunes son modelos lineales (o cómo aprender estadísticas de manera simple) 👇Esquema con los modelos lineales subyacentes a las pruebas paramétricas y no paramétricas habituales 🔗 https://t.co/LKcEQfBean #datascience #data #analytics #stats #RStats https://t.co/wXVA4kCnYo



Rosana Ferrero🕊☮️🏳 (@RosanaFerrero; 834239): 🧠 Las pruebas estadísticas comunes son modelos lineales (o cómo aprender estadísticas de manera simple) 👇Esquema con los modelos lineales subyacentes a las pruebas paramétricas y no paramétricas habituales 🔗 https://t.co/LKcEQfBean #datascience #data #analytics #stats #RStats https://t.co/wXVA4kCnYo

Daily R Cheatsheets (@daily_r_sheets; 26857): Today’s #rstats cheatsheet: tidyr Download: https://t.co/ErieocWD61 See more: https://t.co/KgJ4eghrTT Contribute your own: https://t.co/KLVFg0p26j https://t.co/q8htGMQ0qf

Albert Rapp (@rappa753; 19635): This blog post (https://t.co/tZzYEBzwTt) is truly a bridge between #python and #rstats. > All tables are created in Python and R. A superb ressource for creating tables in both languages. > Great work from @karbartolome. https://t.co/CKICoObUCy

Saroj parajuli (@Parajulisaroj16; 19344): This book provides a good foundation for data analysis using the R language and software environment. You can start this book even with no or minimal programming background. 🔗📚https://t.co/FMPLW4qkXF #datascience #RStats #DataScientists #R #programming #book #Data


R CODER (@RCoderWeb; 152): 💥Check out 🐍#PYTHON CHARTS🐍💥 the new #dataviz site providing one of the biggest collections of matplotlib, seaborn and plotly step-by-step tutorials with reproducible code. Both in english and spanish > 🔗 https://t.co/CIEiAXaTJB 🔗 https://t.co/WFzm8oC36l > #blogdown #python3 https://t.co/dL87FQbzSW

Francisco Yirá 📊🇺🇦 (he/him) (@francisco_yira; 30): @imrobertyi I did one with @wowchemy + blogdown https://t.co/dDKiWNA6YC

🏝 Middle Bell Curve (MBC) tweeter 🏝 (@no_folds; 20): @newzealandhodl @LynAldenContact It do be ptetty cool > Back in 2018 i built a blog website on github using R’s Blogdown lol

Will Chase (@W_R_Chase; 10): @tomcritchlow from Hugo/Blogdown, to SvelteKit


datanautes (@datanautes; 26164): “Geocomputation with R, a book on geographic data analysis, visualization and modeling.” – by @robinlovelace https://t.co/w8VMgdX69s #rstast #bookdown #rmarkdown #geocomputation https://t.co/D4aYm624Co

R Markdown (@rmarkdown; 9419): Notes on Changing from Rmarkdown/Bookdown to Quarto https://t.co/rNfmD2L5ka #QuartoPub #rmarkdown #rstats #bookdown #python #rstudio https://t.co/nwkkrFIdHO

R Markdown (@rmarkdown; 257): Introduction to Bookdown (R Package) | RStudio Webinar - 2016 https://t.co/mffG5KKngF via @YouTube #rstats #rmarkdown #bookdown #rstudio

Stéphane ROBERT🚲🏔️🏖️ (@RobertStphane19; 186): Bon j’ai décidé d’utiliser bookdown pour générer des rendus html/pdf/epub du dépôt awesome #french #DevOps Comme cela vous pourrez le consulter et l’emporter partout. Cela veut dire que je vais certainement changer la structure https://t.co/yqKjccsHqg #rmarkdown #bookdown

Maia Kayal MD (@MaiaKayalMD; 131): @ErinnDuprey @AcademicChatter I love this resource for anyone in medicine courtesy of @ibddoctor https://t.co/nW4xIsXhTV

Stephen Turner (@strnr; 105): I finally figured out how to get figure/table cross-references working in plain Rmarkdown without a bookdown dependency. Quick demo and longer why/how here: https://t.co/tzMXoaQtrD https://t.co/rdZVoWCJRl

kazutan (@kazutan; 73): 今Atsushiさんが話してるような部分、bookdownとかではたしかこのあたりのluaだった気がする https://t.co/BvJCJLO9PH #TokyoR

👻🎃 Andrew Friiights 🧛👻 (@andrewheiss; 70): @SeedsAndBreeds @rlmcelreath And even better is @SolomonKurz’s translation of the whole Rethinking book into tidyverse/brms! https://t.co/060c4CW1FV

Jack Davison (@JDavison; 51): An update to the openair book will be forthcoming (https://t.co/bJIBCdhPRr). Do raise any feature requests/bug reports on the GitHub repo (https://t.co/Tp2EQyNbEd). I’ve set out some future possible features as “issues” so feel free to join the conversation! 🧵 55 [↪](https://twitter.com/JDavison/status/1582998790218297344)

Tom Holbrook (@HolbrookTom; 51): @adam_thal Pretty much what I was looking for, so I wrote a book. Here you go: https://t.co/CB1KYdNHWE

Theo Stolz (@TheoStolz; 42): ‘CVs are meant to be a page’ ‘Okay?’ ….4 days later ‘I didn’t mean a webpage’ ‘Too late’ #rstudio #RStats #AcademicTwitter > https://t.co/G6Wk5OoODl

Baltimore’s Chief 👻 Deceased 🧟 Officer 🎃 (@baltdata; 40): i gotta say @rdpeng i’m bummed that R Programming for Data Science 1) uses Baltimore homicides as the example dataset and 2) you scraped from the @baltimoresun instead of using Open Baltimore! https://t.co/QV1BAqOoQa https://t.co/PxmgIuVRIW

k33g_org 🟠🦸 (Philippe Charrière) 🏠 Lyon (@k33gorg; 31): @RobertStphane19 @dinotoo alors tu peux jeter un coup d’oeil (mais après tes vacances) à: - https://t.co/ocYOHuk9pG - et https://t.co/I4RQMpaT4N ça pourrait te plaire mais si tu retiens BookDown, je suis impatient de tes retours

Ricardo Rey-Sáez (@RicardoRey_95; 31): Y, algún día, pasará por bookdown y acabará en Internet para que todos puedan usarlo. No sé cuando, pero ocurrirá. > Y esto es una promesa ✌🏻

Net (@NetZissou; 30): @JosephJacks_ @github @lexfridman This is pretty standard for tech-related books. Publishing is an ancient industry and the traditional publishing convention should definitely be challenged. R users are pretty familiar with the bookdown ecosystem for content-sharing and version controls. https://t.co/2xKShnsgqv

ysaito (@ysaito8015; 22): Chunk name は bookdown のときにすごく助かる #TokyoR

Ryota Mugiyama (@RyotaMugiyama; 20): とくに何か設定を変えたわけではないのに、気づいたらbookdownで作った文書のfootnoteが各chapterの末尾ではなくて文書の末尾にまとめられてしまうようになっている。以前みたいに各chapterの末尾に置くようにしたいのだけれど、探しても原因は分からず。。

John Sterrett (@sterrettJD; 20): @JTFouquier Is it too big in terms of document length, or is the issue that it takes a long time to run? If it’s doc length, I like the idea of building it to webpage with a nav bar. If too much time, knitr can cache cells ({r, cache=TRUE}) or you can cache manually https://t.co/Ksoaut8HEj

Darío San Segundo Molina (@dario_ssm; 20): Con ganas de ponerme despacio con esto: https://t.co/2NNmGHVv5X

Jose M. Fernandez (@UofLEcon; 13): Does anyone know how to convert R markdown slides into a bookdown? #rstats

Julián Velasco 🦎 (@juvelas; 10): @Osorious @microteiido pero hay harto libro de R para SIG https://t.co/HVKjs6yPdG

Takala (@IamTakala; 10): Chapter 9 Stationary Points | MATH1006 Calculus https://t.co/8BR6z2WtWz #rmarkdown #bookdown

José R. Berrendero (@JRBerrendero; 0/2): Para extraer el código de un fichero de R Markdown y generar un script: > knitr::purl(“fichero.Rmd”) > https://t.co/wKG4xAtJUN > #rstats #rstatsES

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): Number only certain sections in bookdown #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/GD1Ja78C4N

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): How to embed a bookdown gitbook in a quarto website (as a navbar item)? #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/dPzWmUjCoi

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): Special header for appendix provided by bookdown does not work with revealjs #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/scAHte1SP9


Albert Rapp (@rappa753; 15723): Need some yaml assistance for #quartoPub? > In the hopes of remembering where to put the figure options, I’ve created this cheatsheet. > Maybe it will help you too 🙂 #rstats > (Shout-out to @tjmahr for teaching me about the knitr yaml tag) https://t.co/1pXXGgBIaF

Tiago André Marques (@TiagoALOMarques; 85): For all my #EN and #ME students @FC_UL sending me emails about knitr errors on their dynamic report assignments, below you might find the answer. The definivive RMarkdown guide! https://t.co/UjVgHTyr9T

💀Ted “Undead” Laderas, PhD💀 (@tladeras; 51): TIL: Quarto has a specific “engine” option, which you can currently set for either “knitr” or “jupyter”. > I was wondering why certain chapters in my book were using knitr and others were using jupyter. Nice to be able to control it. > #quartopub

niszet (@niszet0; 41): chunk optionの”#|“の書き方、こちらにも書かれてますね #TokyoR > https://t.co/8dPkwuUENh

lwtx23_newspolicy (@Lwtx23_policy; 22): Hey #rstats! My RMarkdown pdf was good…until it suddenly wasn’t. One of my graphics shifted to the right. I can’t figure out why. The code for this is nearly exactly the same as others except the question num. Any ideas?🤔Plz and thx! fig.align = “center” is in my knitr setup https://t.co/cmHpbIKJ6k

窓月がこの先生きのこるには (@windowmoon; 20): @MakinoTT R+RMarkdown(knitr)を、再現性を名目に推す方がおられますが、それらは安定しているものの他のパッケージはそうではないですよね。環境まるごとDockerイメージみたいなので添付するようになるのかもしれません。それでも論文中での文章の記述も必要でしょうね。

Mickaël CANOUIL (@MickaelCanouil; 20): @rappa753 @tjmahr FYI, the {knitr} “chunk options” as yaml for #QuartoPub (as a function for #rmarkdown) is described in the following page of the documentation. > https://t.co/qZC6jl6IvN

Martin Sievers 🇺🇦 (@TeX4Publication; 11): @v_i_o_l_a @SchurTimo Hier der entsprechende Link zu @overleaf: https://t.co/wVfzzrRN1Y > Was #Markdown angeht, so gibt es mittlerweile auch ein gleichnamiges Paket, das daraus #TeXLaTeX macht: https://t.co/LcRFoFLtNZ. Das habe ich selbst allerdings noch nie verwendet, kann also nicht viel dazu sagen.

datanautes (@datanautes; 11): Learn to use R in LaTeX to create dynamic documents with Overleaf and Knitr. https://t.co/C7i70Ze2Mp via @citedrive #rstats #texlatex #overleaf #rmarkdown #quartopub #knitr #citedrive

Ignacio Toledo Roman (@NachoToledoR; 10): @lopezmo_d Creo que un buen kit inicial puede ser git, {knitr} y {renv} (reemplaza a {packrat}). https://t.co/k19M933dyE

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): knitr::opts_knit$set(root.dir = params$working_dir) - params not found error #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/jeQjTJfqeQ


Mickaël CANOUIL (@MickaelCanouil; 20): @Adtarie @thomas_mock @ivelasq3 Hi, run ‘quarto list tools’ to check if #QuartoPub can detect your TinyTex install. Also you might want to use the 1.2 pre-release version which can install TinyTex not system-wide which avoid conflicts with other tex installation. https://t.co/vBEyEr7fKa

Aditya Arie Wijaya (@Adtarie; 0/2): Hi @thomas_mock , @ivelasq3 , any idea why quarto still ask for tinytex installation eventhough I had it installed? I looked into repo and it still an open issue https://t.co/KlkJWGJZ4H > Thanks for the help! #rstats #quarto https://t.co/qRWr8Aobww


David Granjon (@divadnojnarg; 123): #RStats Preparing for @rinpharma workshop about {shinyValidator} with #quarto. Finally moving from xaringan to test quarto. 🥳 👉 Registration here: https://t.co/JMOOWhu6Qk https://t.co/WD9LdT1QgF

Claudio Zandonella Callegher (@ClaudioZandone1; 30): An amazing package for converting all your fancy #xaringan slides into pdf! No more troubles ❤️❤️ > [remember to set argument partial_slides = TRUE to print also all incremental slides and slides set to count:false] https://t.co/13zMSq4Du5

Claudio Zandonella Callegher (@ClaudioZandone1; 20): @JohnHelveston @grrrck thanks for creating this amazing package❤️❤️… converting xaringan slides to pdf was always a nightmare…now with {renderthis} it is all incredibly smooth🤩🤩

Stephen Vaisey (@vaiseys; 10): @conradhackett For R, just R Markdown still. I like Quarto but I’m not sure it’s ready for the average user yet. (For presentations, also xaringan.) For Stata, if you must, then I like German Rodriguez’s -markstat- much more than the built-in stuff.

David Ubilava (@DavidUbilava; 10): @Josh_Merfeld I do xaringan, and I change things quite a bit.

Juan David Calzada (@nikimanps3; 10): @XareniRg Xaringan

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): How to properly write foreign exchange symbol in xaringan #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/bJBsuKYt8o