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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 Jul 8
Replying to @minebocek @KellyBodwin
If this is not clear, please consider asking a question in RStudio Community, and I can elaborate there without the length limit on Twitter.
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Yihui Xie Jul 8
Replying to @minebocek @KellyBodwin
Your css can be anywhere in the project if you either run inf_mr() from the top dir (e.g. xaringan::inf_mr('sub/dir/slides.Rmd')), or provide the top dir to the `cast_from` argument of inf_mr(), e.g., xaringan::inf_mr('slides.Rmd', cast_from = '../../path/to/root/dir').
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Yihui Xie Jul 8
Replying to @dalitdata
You just discovered a top secret of xaringan! Congrats on passing the ninja qualification test!
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Yihui Xie Jul 1
Replying to @lalopangue
Add an explicit ID to the header, e.g., # Introducción a phyloseq {-phyloseq}
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Yihui Xie Jun 24
Replying to @BenHanowell
I've heard of this method, but never thought about how to do it with tools in the R Markdown ecosystem (I'm not aware of anyone, either). It feels like blogdown + tags in posts might get you close.
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Yihui Xie Jun 24
Replying to @d_olivaw
Haha, nowadays I pretty much ignore likes. I only read mentions on Twitter.
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Yihui Xie Jun 24
Just to clarify, RWordPress was not created by me or Duncan Murdoch, but Duncan Temple Lang instead. And yes, the big problem is that it doesn't seem to be maintained any more. Coincidently, someone recently also brought up knit2wp():
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Yihui Xie Jun 24
Replying to @d_olivaw @BrodieGaslam
Thank you very much for the bug report! I was puzzled by the same thing a couple of years ago but was not sure if it was a bug: I'm glad that it is fixed now!
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Yihui Xie Jun 24
Replying to @d_olivaw
I hate it, too:
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Yihui Xie Jun 17
Replying to @KuanLiu2
Thanks for the nice words! I'm glad that you find it useful!
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Yihui Xie Jun 10
Replying to @DrZaborovskii
I have been seriously thinking of changing the default behavior to be using page bundles (i.e. post-name/index.Rmd instead of post-name.Rmd) in a future version of blogdown. The `static/` directory is extremely confusing to beginners.
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Yihui Xie Jun 3
Replying to @ellis_hughes
rmarkdown::beamer_presentation should also have the `extra_dependencies` argument like rmarkdown::pdf_document, but currently it doesn't. Otherwise there could be a clean way: For now, you can only use `includes: in_header`:
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Yihui Xie Jun 3
Replying to @OilGains
knitr does have a tikz engine, although not super fancy. Example 058: If you feel it can be improved, please feel free to let me know! Thanks!
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Yihui Xie May 27
It will be great if you could help test the fix for this annoying problem: Thanks!
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Yihui Xie May 20
Replying to @ma_salmon @Jemus42
You can check if you are happy enough with a CSS filter with invert(100%). I showed this in my rstudio::conf talk this year: (around 4:30). If that looks good to you (probably not), you won't need 2 versions of the plot.
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Yihui Xie Apr 29
Replying to @f3ngli @YanfeiKang
厉害啊!
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Yihui Xie Apr 22
RStudio 1.3.x (currently a preview version) includes Pandoc 2.7.3:
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Yihui Xie Apr 15
Haha! That funny feeling is exactly what I was expecting :) May I quote or refer to this tweet in the book (to assure readers they are not having a stroke)?
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Yihui Xie Apr 15
You are welcome. References in figure captions can work, if you use text references:
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Yihui Xie Apr 15
asked the same question here: (and answered by )
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