It's FINISHED @djnavarro see it all 18 chapters here:



Sébastien Rochette (@StatnMap; 4310): Want to share your #rstats tips and scripts in a blog 📝? Have a look 👀 at these two @GoHugoIO #blogdown themes I modified with syntax highlighting, code folding and other functionalities. Blog posts in 🇨🇵🇬🇧 :

kigen (@kigtembu; 395): My 2019 #rstats goals : > Redo my personal website using #blogdown > Finish reading applied predictive modelling #caret > Solve more probability riddles and puzzles using r. > Organise an r users meet up in nairobi

Lance Harris (@lancer_harris; 103): My #RStats goals for 2019: 1. Complete 2 @DataCamp courses a week 2. Apply what I am learning with projects 3. Write about my learnings with a website made with #blogdown 4. Focus on learning for myself and not for $

Jason Baik (@jsonbaik; 83): My 2019 #rstats goals: > 1️⃣ Reformat my #blogdown site by choosing another theme > 2️⃣ Work through the ISLR textbook and learn Statistical Learning in R. > 3️⃣ Add more functionality to my package, aactr( > 4️⃣ Help a beginner in R get better.

Pablo Herrera (@pherreraariza; 60): 2018 resolutions list: > ☑️ Finishing my third MSc ☑️ Set up my blog (with blogdown) ☑️ Learn new programming language (SQL) ❌ Work out again > Let’s see if the coming year can be better!

Sébastien Rochette (@StatnMap; 30): @W_R_Chase @GoHugoIO @xieyihui @apreshill It is not difficult, I already wrote about it: Just need to find out where jQuery is called to put it in the header. Also if you look at the pull request on my GitHub, you’ll get the good set of modifications.

William Chase (@W_R_Chase; 30): @StatnMap @GoHugoIO This is 💯! I’ve wanted code folding in blogdown for a while now. How easy is it to translate to other themes? > Pinging @xieyihui @apreshill

David Smale (@committedtotape; 20): Special thanks to #blogdown and the #blogdown book (@xieyihui @ProQuesAsker @apreshill). Even a website novice like me could build a blog!

mikefc (@coolbutuseless; 20): @apreshill It’s not custom, but I have absolutely no idea how I installed it when I set up the blog :) > I think I just used blogdown::install_theme()? I really try not to futz with blogdown as I really don’t understand how the whole thing works!

William Chase (@W_R_Chase; 10): @StatnMap @GoHugoIO @xieyihui @apreshill Also wondering how tricky you think it would be to get rmarkdown style floating table of contents in blogdown?

Edward A. Meinert (@edwardmeinert; 0/1): Customizing Hugo / Blogdown RSS Templates #datascience

Alison Hill (@apreshill; 0/0): @coolbutuseless I just couldn’t find the repo on your github! I am using this theme for our rstudio::conf Advanced R Markdown workshop to teach blogdown, and was looking for community examples where I could link to the rendered site and the source. I just couldn’t find your source repo!


Dr Emily Kothe (@emilyandthelime; 4811): It’s FINISHED @djnavarro see it all 18 chapters here:

Lisa DeBruine 🏳️‍🌈 (@lisadebruine; 319): I’m really enjoying @djnavarro’s Learning Statistics with R. I find it so useful to revisit a topic from a beginner perspective. I’m going to thread my observations in this tweet with links to @emilyandthelime’s bookdown version. >

David Granjon (@divadnojnarg; 262): My #RStats goals for 2019: > 1️⃣ Improve shinydashboardPlus, bs4Dash and argonDash ..🥳 > 2️⃣ Release new shiny templates
3️⃣ Open a consulting service for about shiny 4️⃣ Write an advanced shiny book with bookdown 🎈 #rstats #shiny #consulting

Alison Hill (@apreshill; 120): On the plus side, I’m realizing in preparing to teach #rstats #bookdown that other people seem to have been as confused about the 3 YAML files (index.Rmd, _bookdown, _output) as I have been. > I THINK I figured it out, but anyone have any great resources I can share with others?

Hadley Wickham (@hadleywickham; 90): @apreshill FWIW I think this needs to be fixed in bookdown so that everything can live in one file

Abhijit Dasgupta (@webbedfeet; 80): My #rstats goals for 2019: 1. Deep dive into #dataviz using #rstats 2. Implement continuous integration 3. Write a bookdown book

Lisa DeBruine 🏳️‍🌈 (@lisadebruine; 80): This is on my 2019 to-read list and it’s great to have a bookdown version!

Sean Davis (@seandavis12; 70): Looking for how to do per-chapter references when writing bookdown ( books got me to a couple of solutions. #rstats

Danielle Navarro (@djnavarro; 52): Thanks to the incredible efforts of @emilyandthelime, Learning Statistics with R now has a quasi-official version 0.6.1… in bookdown! Yaaaaay! 📚⬇️💕 >

Lisa DeBruine 🏳️‍🌈 (@lisadebruine; 51): I wish more stats texts would replace confusing terminology like IV/DV with descriptive terms like outcome/predictor (I feel the same way about Type I and II errors). >

Alison Hill (@apreshill; 40): @sellorm @MilesMcBain @StackOverflow @hadleywickham @drob @juliasilge Yes! I used those heavily + @seankross’s minimal example to get going:

Dale Maschette 🐟🧗‍♂️ (@Dale_Masch; 40): @_ColinFay Mine are becoming fluent in #shiny and learning #bookdown

Alison Hill (@apreshill; 30): @MilesMcBain I admit to basically copying and pasting from other people’s yamls, and realized this issue covers the top 3 bookdown related questions on @StackOverflow 🥺

Dr Emily Kothe (@emilyandthelime; 30): @lingtax @lisadebruine @djnavarro Bookdown is currently building off my repo so it might make sense to do things there (Side note: my fork is now up to date with Dani’s)

Fateh BEKIOUA (@FBekioua; 21): My #rstats Goals for 2019 are: - Less Moocs, More books (,, - Organizing more meetups for the Algerian Rusers group -Starting live sessions code #tidyfriday.

Danielle Navarro (@djnavarro; 20): @emilyandthelime @lingtax @lisadebruine Done. I’ve restructured to keep the latex version in 0.6 more clearly distinct from the bookdown version in 0.6.1 and tweaked the file paths to images scripts etc. Emily’s version is live at: >

Lisa DeBruine 🏳️‍🌈 (@lisadebruine; 10): The section on “Confounds, artifacts and other threats to validity” is such an engaging overview (although “Fraud, deception and self-deception” could do with a little updating on HARKing, p-hacking, and methods for combating publication bias). >

Jean Fabius (@mjfabius; 0/1): 1. #rstats package 2. Write an R book using bookdown 3. Get a #tableau certification 4. Create a blog/website using #rstats 5. Embrace vulnerability

Alison Hill (@apreshill; 0/0): @djnavarro OK you two bookdown dynamos (@djnavarro @emilyandthelime): last step is to get a cover image in there (with a url) for all these people tweeting out this awesome link! See here:

Lisa DeBruine 🏳️‍🌈 (@lisadebruine; 0/0): The intro chapter does such a great job of explaining and evidencing why we need stats to overcome cognitive biases. And the explanation of Simpson’s paradox makes it nicely intuitive. >


Jeff Bradshaw (@true_bug; 0/0): @WyoWeeds @rstatstweet Or the Float function isn’t being translated well by Knitr to PdftoLatex.

Jeff Bradshaw (@true_bug; 0/0): @WyoWeeds @rstatstweet As far as I can tell, Knitr may not be playing nice with PdftoLatex, but I’m not sure.

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