Articles by Yongfu, Liao

Using Travis-CI to Create R-bloggers for Taiwan

January 29, 2019 | Yongfu, Liao 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 ... [Read more...]

Customizing Hugo / Blogdown RSS Templates

December 12, 2018 | Yongfu, Liao

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 ... [Read more...]

Create a Glossary in R Markdown

October 23, 2018 | Yongfu, Liao

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. This was exactly what I had been doing, but I quickly found out that there was a major drawback – the ...
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Rendering IPA Symbols in R Markdown

September 5, 2018 | Yongfu, Liao

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. I arrived at the solution: start by adopting ... [Read more...]

Making Jekyll Blog Suitable for R-bloggers

August 1, 2018 | Yongfu, Liao

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. Two reasons make it difficult: The feed you submit should ONLY be ...
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My Notes on R Markdown

July 22, 2018 | Yongfu, Liao

I’ve used R Markdown to do lots of work, such as writing a book, doing homework on statistics and ecology, and making web pages. The above mentioned are all HTML output formats from R Markdown, but PDF output formats are also possible, such as this ... [Read more...]

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