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How I Taught Scientific Blogging with R Markdown, Online

July 7, 2020 | 0 Comments

Last week I had the pleasure to lead an online course about “Scientific Blogging with R Markdown”, invited by Najko Jahn and Anne Hobert from SUB Göttingen. To follow the example set by the incredible Alison Hill, I’ll write a summary of what I’ve learnt and would ... [Read more...]

How to showcase CSS+JS+HTML snippets with Hugo?

April 20, 2020 | 0 Comments

I’ve recently found myself having to write a bit of CSS or JS for websites made with Hugo. Note for usual readers: it is a topic not directly related to R, but you might have played with either or both CSS and JS for your R blog or Shiny ... [Read more...]

What to know before you adopt Hugo/blogdown

February 28, 2020 | 0 Comments

Fancy (re-)creating your website using Hugo, with or without blogdown? Feeling a bit anxious? This post is aimed at being the Hugo equivalent of “What to know before you adopt a pet”. We shall go through things that can/will break in the future, and what you can do ... [Read more...]

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