Even when filtering by the relatively sober #rstats hashtag, I find twitter to be the stream of consciousness of an undisciplined collective mind: disjoint and ephemeral. Nevertheless, on any given day some useful R resources float by, and it is frequently the case that interesting items disappear downstream before I can record them. Here are a few I did manage to fish out recently.
On May 12, @AedinCulhane announced that Bioconductor is seeking new members for its advisory board. Read about the positions, the process and make your nominations here.
@epiRhandbook celebrated the one year anniversary of the Epi R Handbook.
@Physacourses tweeted about the reactablefmtr package which allows for the creation of interactive data tables in R.
On May 10, @tobigerstenberg posted the online book of his notes along with slides for the graduate level Psych Stats class he teaches at Stanford.
On May 9, @mdsumner called out @carroll_jono’s post Where for (loop) ARt Thou?.
On May 8,
@eddelbuettel announced the new r2u: R Binaries for Ubuntu repo and demo of a full
brms installation in 13 seconds .
On May 7, @robinlovelace updated Geographic data in R, a book on how to get started with R for geographic research.
@RosanaFerrero pointed to Missing-data imputation from Gellman and Hill’s book and the FES 720 Introduction to R on the importance of missing values.
On May 5, @sharon000 pointed to @rlmcelreath’s Statistical Rethinking repo with links to free video lectures.
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