👀 Todos buscamos recursos que nos ayuden a elegir el "mejor" gráfico 🎯 Por eso te traigo el <Vocabulario visual> del Financial Times 🔗 https://t.co/aSCySvEKka 😉 Si te gustó, ¡compártelo! #dataviz #rstats #BI #Python #datascience #Tableau #analytics #stats #analisisdedatos https://t.co/C2YSyeyHpO



Rosana Ferrero🕊☮️🏳 (@RosanaFerrero; 586180): 👀 Todos buscamos recursos que nos ayuden a elegir el “mejor” gráfico 🎯 Por eso te traigo el <Vocabulario visual> del Financial Times 🔗 https://t.co/aSCySvEKka 😉 Si te gustó, ¡compártelo! #dataviz #rstats #BI #Python #datascience #Tableau #analytics #stats #analisisdedatos https://t.co/C2YSyeyHpO

Saroj parajuli (@Parajulisaroj16; 544142): Learning Statistics with R covers the contents of an introductory statistics class, as typically taught to undergraduate psychology students, focusing on using the R statistical software. 🔗 https://t.co/ckAk5YMwOy #DataScience #RStats #programming #book #Coding #Statistics https://t.co/uCgTi2EQua

Rosana Ferrero🕊☮️🏳 (@RosanaFerrero; 452119): 💡¿Se puede crear gráficos espectaculares que incluyan los resultados de las pruebas estadísticas con rigor? > 😜Spoiler: 📦ggstatsplot lo vuelve simple y listo para publicar > 🔗 https://t.co/EgUDtvvcgF 🔗 https://t.co/236e4dP9XN 🔗 https://t.co/hntRdPY1Ts > #RStats #DataScience https://t.co/kzeK8myHk5

Rosana Ferrero🕊☮️🏳 (@RosanaFerrero; 372104): 😉 Si, como a mí, te gusta tener a mano consejos y trucos sobre análisis de datos… no te puedes perder este libro (gratuito) 🙌 Soluciones a tareas y problemas comunes de datos con R 🔗 https://t.co/5ShU54Njnu #data #dataviz #rstats #datascience #analytics #stats #statistics https://t.co/oygFqP8vX4

Dr Kyle_Ireton@🦣.social 🇺🇦☮️ (@Kyle_Ireton; 29410): I am proud to share I will soon join Syneos Health as a Senior Statistical Programmer, working on Clinical Trial data. I let my company know yesterday, and we part on good terms. I am very excited to take my love for #RStats to the next level. Thank you all for your support ❤️

Abdoul Madjid (@issa_madjid; 23950): #30DayMapChallenge Day 12: Scale > Global CO2 Emissions > #RStats code & HD graphic: https://t.co/D2Sj77r41i > #dataviz #gis #maps https://t.co/jFIttiulIX

Cara Thompson (@cararthompson; 22839): Today’s #rstats “I wish I’d known this sooner” moment: tidyr::replace_na() > The list argument allows you to replace NAs in different columns with different things all in one go 🥳 > Health warnings: - Beware of class changes - Use caution when replacing NAs! https://t.co/e5zbx83z8f

Indrajeet Patil (इंद्रजीत पाटील) (@patilindrajeets; 20850): My solutions manual for “Advanced R” 📝 > https://t.co/WeFSTFbNBQ > Publishing a year’s work in the hope that someone might find it useful. 🤞 > It’s worth a glance if you find any of the answers in the official solutions manual (https://t.co/hkDEtjTpws) unsatisfactory. > #rstats https://t.co/kerkLx0CiT

Rosana Ferrero🕊☮️🏳 (@RosanaFerrero; 18255): 💡¿Cómo comenzar una carrera en #DataScience? ¿Qué aprender? ¿Cómo? ¿Qué lenguaje utilizar? ¿SQL, #RStats y/o #Python? 😉Recibo estas y muchas otras preguntas cada día, por eso he creado este ebook para ti 🔗 https://t.co/La4oRB1J0H > #dataviz #cienciadedatos #machinelearning #ML

David Schoch (@schochastics; 17337): I cant believe it but the #rstats package rtoot to interact with the mastodon API is on its way to CRAN🤩. > introductory blog post: https://t.co/eskL1w8JnW submit issues here: https://t.co/wrjDtBdI0F https://t.co/n25PeL0l1y

Luka Negoita, PhD (@lukanegoita; 16733): How to use R Markdown (part two): for learning R! https://t.co/yBRIGEEbmY > #rstats #rforecology #datascience #ecology #science #tutorial #biology #rmarkdown #reproduciblescience https://t.co/9XQwDBY481


Ming “Tommy” Tang (@tangming2005; 22): I remember seeing several Quarto tweets on making a move from blogdown for blogging. #rstats any pointers?

Jindra Lacko (@jladata; 22): I run my #rstats focused blog using {blogdown} and HUGO. > Given the recent developments I felt the need to hedge my social media presence - which led me to modify the ghostwriter template on the site to show Mastodon link > A walktru for those interested: https://t.co/RA4Bewja0x https://t.co/3cfDYgrhzs

CRAN Package Updates (@CRANberriesFeed; 12): CRAN updates: blogdown cba mlr3learners piecepackr scorecard SCpubr seqimpute uchardet #rstats

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): error adding codefolding in blogdown in r #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/B2T7O2sPvc

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): How can I use blogdown to create a website that is not a blog #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/c4SRc0oI6t


Christoph Molnar (@ChristophMolnar; 330): Trying out Quarto instead of bookdown for my new book. > Looking good so far.

🦆 (@enduckeneity; 161): @ryxcommar half correct good books: textbooks, bookdown/html digital books (concise), fiction (pref audiobook fiction) bad books: nonfiction that is 20x longer than it needs to be (esp pop science), self help books

Solomon Kurz (@SolomonKurz; 132): @adamjnafa @tcarpenter216 @stephenjwild @Kyle_Ireton @seanpmackinnon @andrewheiss @stevenvmiller In addition to my stuff (blogs: https://t.co/ptsEKYdnfQ; books: https://t.co/u2iFcdXS5J), this ebook (https://t.co/vj5ALyqsgU) is based on brms for cognitive scientists.

Stephen Wild (@stephenjwild; 101): @Kyle_Ireton @tcarpenter216 @seanpmackinnon Some good content from @SolomonKurz: https://t.co/v8x9G9MK9J > https://t.co/mVHZZ2eYFS

🦆 (@enduckeneity; 60): @ryxcommar although they should stop making them in pdf. pdf is horrible to read digitally. if there is a digital version it should be a bookdown/quarto html book. better in every way. god bless bookdown.

Solomon Kurz (@SolomonKurz; 60): @stephenjwild @cjsewall9 @jeffreymgirard @EmorieBeck As an alternative to @stephenjwild’s tricky distributional model (which is totally cool), you could also fit a measurement-error model. Here are some examples: https://t.co/GWQGu29hil

🦆 (@enduckeneity; 50): @ryxcommar yes i love them. just append ‘bookdown’ to google search and you get a bunch of absolute banger html textbooks

Tomas Folke (@Sjnjerak; 50): @tcarpenter216 @stephenjwild @Kyle_Ireton @seanpmackinnon @SolomonKurz @andrewheiss @stevenvmiller I’m partial to: https://t.co/BNGZprDyhG

Manuel Toral (@jmtoralc; 40): @JudithANieto Yo aprendí con este texto: https://t.co/uJ0lsxDKlE. Aunque hoy en día el texto más popular es este: https://t.co/qQRmLtgoAL. > Hay mil cursos, pero mi mejor tip es tener un problema con datos y depender lo menos posible de los datos de juguete (iris, palmer, mtcars).

Rosana Ferrero🕊☮️🏳 (@RosanaFerrero; 31): @lroca25 Puedes usar una plantilla predefinida https://t.co/P7Q74NcgMr

Christoph Molnar (@ChristophMolnar; 30): @m_saharia I love that Quarto works for both R and Python code. (and much more) > bookdown does too, but is strongly connected to R, for the simple reason of being an R package.

Dr. M. Shane Tutwiler (👨‍🏫 not 👨‍⚕️) (@shanetutwiler; 30): @SolomonKurz @cjsewall9 @stephenjwild @jeffreymgirard @EmorieBeck Assuming you have all of the original items, you can get the standard error of measure by fitting a factor model via blavaan (bayesian version of the lavaan SEM package), and then include that in the brm model as per @SolomonKurz bookdown walk through of Statistical Rethinking.

Tiago André Marques (@TiagoALOMarques; 30): Every now and then I rediscover the excelent book @CRCPress by Lukas Meier on ANOVA and mixed models https://t.co/NU9vdQlz3l This year recommending it again as reading to my Ecologia Numérica students @FC_UL There’s a great bookdown free version here:https://t.co/NU9vdQlz3l

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 12): R Studio - Bookdown CI/CD Azure DevOps & Azure Deploymnet #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/VQgK3KUZou

CRAN Package Updates (@CRANberriesFeed; 12): CRAN updates: bookdown MazamaSpatialUtils recipes #rstats

Tony Milanowski (@Tony_Milanowski; 10): @Popher Surely you would use R > https://t.co/j3hpXDdOvl

🦆 (@enduckeneity; 10): @ryxcommar also might want to append quarto as well as quarto has mostly replaced bookdown / R markdown now. but that was recent so bookdown normally is still more helpful to append atm

🦆 (@enduckeneity; 10): @ryxcommar in print form they are fine though. just realistically i dont reference them even slightly as much though. i just have a few bookdown sites about R/stats/econometrics stuff bookmarked and they are so nice. shoutout to https://t.co/KMpN9M79R7 and fpp3

Christoph Molnar (@ChristophMolnar; 10): @rasbt In the beginning, I used the Leanpub features. But the error handling was too painful and took to long to figure out what was wrong. > So for books 1 and 2, I use bookdown. > And for book 3 maybe Quarto.

🦆 (@enduckeneity; 10): @tolstoybb although i do have a stack of books i really need to read that i just havent gotten around to. i need to start reading those more. i read a LOT of like bookdown/quarto digital ‘books’ on stats/R stuff though. super helpful

Ramon Massoni Badosa (@rmassonix; 10): @FedeBioinfo @jdblischak I need to start using workflowr + quarto in my next projects! Still would be cool to be able to put together rendered html in a single bookdown-like format, to ease the exploration of published code.

Federico Marini - @federicomarini@genomic.social (@FedeBioinfo; 10): @rmassonix That is very likely done with bookdown - almost as easy as putting the bunch of Rmd documents in the same folder. Then, the hosting is simple as having the repo. Bookdown gives you back an index.html file, that is the one to have gh-pages rendered.

Isaac Maddow-Zimet (@Imaddowzimet; 10): @LauraLindberg2 @StephHerold There’s R for pirates https://t.co/JCX97z1owS

Nithin .M (@nithinnithu_m; 10): @VarugheseDeepak @asdofindia I used to do same Deepak. But now i write code in .R and read the analysis of scripts in to Rmarkdown chunks > See this https://t.co/3sAMM6hNkX

🦆 (@enduckeneity; 10): @0xlambda1 i will read a book but only if its in bookdown html format like god intended

@sumankhanal@fosstodon.org🇳🇵 (@sumanstats; 0/1): Migrate from bookdown to #quarto > Convert all Rmd files to qmd with this #bash script #rstats https://t.co/n7oO0eMX71


Isabella R. Ghement (@IsabellaGhement; 23): Help! I just can’t get rid of this R Markdown warning after knitting my R Markdown script (see attached screenshot). My setup chunk includes this:

knitr::opts_chunk$set(root.dir = "..", echo = FALSE, warning = FALSE, message = FALSE)

#rstats https://t.co/nW3wssz6Bx

Joris Meys 💛💙 (@JorisMeys; 23): Trying to purl a #RMarkdown document, but every time all code is commented out. Removed the “eval = FALSE” in the chunk setup, tried many things, but it keeps commenting out the code. > Can’t find any info as to why knitr::purl() would do that. Anyone who can help? #RStats

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 12): Rshiny cannot download knitr PDF “pdflatex: command not found” on CentOS8 #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/cmL8gcNlMr

tj mahr 🍍🍕 (@tjmahr; 10): @andrewheiss fwiw, because i run the code very indirectly (knitr via callr via targets) and very directly (interactively), the global env will be different places. so i am using knitr::knit_global() for the environment, but i am not sure how much this matters. https://t.co/elXzp3YJrg

Scout (@ScoutSci; 10): Definitely thought this was an #rstudio #knitr tweet @xieyihui https://t.co/wRuDHMlsof

uncorrelated (@uncorrelated; 10): 考えてみたらR Markdownのhtmlプレゼン資料はhtml表示時にJavaScriptが数式に変換するのでアタリマエなのだが、Rの行列deltaにcolnames/rownamesにTeXの数式を入れておき、knitr::kable(delta)した数式として表示される。 https://t.co/hsCAvj8v36

Joris Meys 💛💙 (@JorisMeys; 10): Answer: Because apparently if you use > knitr::opts_chunk$set(eval=FALSE) > it does so, and if you remove it #Rstudio still uses some buffered version. The problem was resolved by restarting RStudio after removing the option. @posit_pbc you might want to look at that.

tidyverse tweets (@tidyversetweets; 0/1): Knitr - Missing bulletpoint / list item in HTML output from rmarkdown #tidyverse #rstats https://t.co/QXKc9OMnOA


みずたか (@mizutakahs; 10): TeXで”File xxxxxx not found”が出るときの解決法(やってることはただのパッケージのインストール) https://t.co/eKH76gZ4d1

Brenton Wiernik 🏳️‍🌈 (@bmwiernik; 10): @adamjnafa I’ve experienced tinytex to be much more stable than MikTeX. Might be worth checking it out

Jorge M. (@jorgejhms; 0/2): Paquete #R del día https://t.co/ajWodk7gWM #Rstats


Ashlyn Johnson (@ashgjoh; 122): Gave my last TA session of the semester yesterday. Used it to give a broad introduction to strings in R! Shoutout to @tanya_shapiro for putting together the horror movies dataset that I used throughout the presentation. Slides built with xaringan! #Rstats https://t.co/EVIf99wFAx

René (@renorosgon; 12): Esto de migrar de powerpoint y xaringan a quatro está siendo muy divertido. #Rstats

Gbadamassi Gouvide Olawole Dossa (@GouvideDossa; 10): @mattocci Okay. I am still using xaringan for presentations. I will check that later. It seems many are promoting quarto now.

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