R-bloggers.com is a great platform for R users, but I sometimes feel awkward to publish posts on R-bloggers when I have things to share that are only relevant to users in Taiwan1. Inspired by R-bloggers, I thought maybe I could use Travis-CI and GitHub to create a blog that automatically updates its posts by retrieving them from submitted RSS fe...
這篇文章並非 R Markdown 的教學文1，而是一篇企圖說服讀者採用 R Markdown 作為寫作工具的文章。本文以 R Markdown 撰寫並使用 blogdown 輸出部落格文章。原始碼託管於 GitHub。 從第一次接觸 R Markdown 至今經過了一年又三個月。而最近六個多月，我都沒有使用過 Microsoft Word 寫東西，因為 R Markdown 強大的功能使我得以不用 Word 也能生存 – 我用 R Markdown 寫作業、文章、書、論文和部落格 (本文)，製作筆記、投影片、甚至網頁。事實上，這正是 R Markdown 最吸引人的地方： 用相同的語法撰寫各式類型的文件。 兩種媒介：紙本 vs. 網頁 寫作的目的有一部分是要給人看，因此排版自...
Blogdown makes it easy to create Hugo blogs or personal websites, and it is becoming more and more popular in the R community. Once the blog is created, people might want to submit their blogs’ RSS feeds to R-bloggers. But before that can happen, one must modify the RSS template to meet the requirements of RSS submission.
I was thinking about creating a glossary in bookdown and found out that there was already an issue about it. I like Yihui’s recommendation: use Pandoc’s definition lists.
I’ve written a post about rendering IPA symbols properly regardless of the output format of the R Markdown document. I implemented the ideas into an R package, linguisticsdown.
I was thinking about promoting reproducible research in Linguistics, or more precisely, how to attract people with no programming skills to have incentives to learn at least a bit programming, so that they have the ability to make their research more reproducible.
According to the post add your blog, adding one’s blog to R-bloggers isn’t easy at all, especially for people who use R Markdown to write posts and use Jekyll to generate static web page on GitHub.
26 post articles, 4 pages.