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Yihui Xie
. I only read Twitter on Wednesday. Normally I don't answer questions here. I read Stack Overflow questions daily.
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Yihui Xie Mar 20
More background on this:
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Yihui Xie Mar 20
Replying to @srvanderplas
Thanks, Susan! We were totally ok. I think we were about 20 blocks away from the flood. Yes, the far west side was pretty bad.
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Yihui Xie Mar 13
Coincidently I asked essentially the same question after his fabulous talk at rstudio::conf this year:
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Yihui Xie Mar 6
I voted for "Other suggestion": I'd just re-post things without mentioning it (i.e. not using ICYMI or ). I guess not many people can remember all your 34.5K tweets in the past :)
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Yihui Xie Mar 6
Replying to @ulyngs
That's brilliant! Thanks for sharing!
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Yihui Xie Feb 27
Replying to @i_steves @visnut
Yes, please feel free to edit this page: Thank you! BTW, I can't recommend browser DevTools enough: Fundamentally people need to understand CSS specificity hierarchy:
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Yihui Xie Feb 27
Replying to @martinjhnhadley
I believe in the principle of transparency. It's impossible for us to agree on everything, but I think it's very possible that we can understand each other at least. That said, there is still hope for this feature to be implemented in the future :) I'm not strongly against it.
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Yihui Xie Feb 27
Replying to @StatStas
as long as there is a JavaScript library for simulating color blindness
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Yihui Xie Feb 27
Does it work if you click that arrow button and view in a browser? Would you file an issue with your xfun::session_info('xaringan') to the Github repo ? I just tested it on Windows with both RStudio 1.2.1280 and 1.2.1303, and both versions worked fine.
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Yihui Xie Feb 27
You may see 's comment and my reply at The current answer is no, but there is some hope.
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Yihui Xie Feb 20
TinyTeX is cross-platform, meaning that it also works on Windows. I'm pretty sure it is smaller than MiKTeX. Also note that the basic MiKTeX version is unlikely to work for R Markdown because there are more LaTeX packages required.
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Yihui Xie Feb 20
Here is what I did in the bookdown book: and packages.bib was used in index.Rmd:
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Yihui Xie Feb 13
Thanks! That is probably not 100% robust; e.g. new publications may be added or inserted into CITATION, so there is no guarantee [PACKAGE]-[year][?] always refers to the same publication after we regenerate the bib file. Anyway, that should be rare... I'll think more about it
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Yihui Xie Feb 13
Replying to @chrismainey
Now you can use the devel version of xaringan to generate the slides and skip incremental slides when printing to PDF in Chrome:
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Yihui Xie Feb 13
This has been a TODO item since day one of knitr::write_bib(). I didn't include other entries in CITATION only because I didn't have an idea about how to generate citation keys automatically, i.e. @ article{???, If you have an idea, I'd implement it right now.
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Yihui Xie Feb 6
It is so funny that I saw an interesting question and an awesome answer (by ) from two independent Twitter threads on the same day (only 14 minutes apart):
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Yihui Xie Feb 6
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Yihui Xie Feb 6
Replying to @martinjhnhadley
Hugo has some multilingual support: but I just put my English and Chinese posts in two folders (en/ and cn/):
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Yihui Xie Jan 30
Replying to @nicholas_v
Oh, absolutely. I'll appreciate a PR!
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Yihui Xie Jan 30
Next time you may consider replacing the 3Gb MacTeX with the 150Mb TinyTeX: and also replacing R-x.x.x.pkg with `brew cask install r-app`, if you want to avoid going through the same steps again in the future to upgrade them.
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