Site Migration

October 30, 2018
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(This article was first published on Marcelo S. Perlin, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

Its been almost two years since I first hosted this blog as an alternative outlet of my writings. Everything is currently being built using jekyll and hosted in github. It works fine but I want to have more control over the deployment of the site, using my own server and domain.

Also, my new blog is now based on Hugo using package blogdown and template academic. This format offers far more functionality and it is great! You can check the new site at http://www.msperlin.com/blog.

I’ll still keep this site for a couple of months but it won’t be updated any more. Every other material such as online books are also going to be migrated to the new domain.

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