The Tasty Data Project

The Tasty Data Project is a series of multi-media projects that use small data sets from the world around us to both learn and teach data science with R. The first in the series, The Taco Project, begins filming in April 2018

GIF it, GIF it real good

We’re going to walk through the basics of posting GIFs on your blogdown website using imgur and GIPHY. Introduction Blogdown is an amazing tool for - wait for it - blogging. I recently made the jump to blogdown, and after working out all of my self-inflicted initial “OMG what happened now?!” issues, blogdown has become part of my daily workflow. I’m still playing with formatting issues (evidence below) but on the whole things are coming together nicely.

So you’ve been asked to make a reprex

Introduction If you’ve found yourself here, you’ve probably been asked to create a reproducible example, or reprex, in response to a question you asked on the RStudio Community Site. This post provides a cursory overview of both creating a reprex as well as how to share your reprex on the RStudio Community site. A brief reprex “how to” Install the development version of reprex from GitHub and then load the reprex package Highlight the code and associated packages, as indicated by library(package_name), like so: Copy the highlighted code by pressing Ctrl/Cmd + c In the console type reprex() and hit Enter/Return Everything that you need to post a reprex is now automatically stored on your clipboard!