THIS IS AN EXPERIMENT!
Trying this, gradually: bring (and expand) the STAT 545 content into bookdown format, in anticipation of the tutorial at useR! 2016:
- session in the useR! schedule
- full description on the main site
- slides for a related talk I've given a couple times
Happy Git and GitHub for the useR by Jennifer Bryan is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License.
Useful links I need during development:
- https://bookdown.org/connect/#/documents I never see any evidence that I've done anything here. Why is that?
- https://bookdown.org/jennybc/happy-git-with-r/ I hope nothing is here!
- Bookdown: Authoring Books with R Markdown (example and documentation)
- Official bookdown minimal example demo
- R for data science
- Efficient R
- Statistical Programming Methods Textbook for STAT 385 at UIUC
- Time Series is Great!
- Applied Statistics Course Textbook
- source: https://github.com/daviddalpiaz/appliedstats
- autodeploys to gh pages via travis: https://daviddalpiaz.github.io/appliedstats
- gh-pages branch: https://github.com/daviddalpiaz/appliedstats/commits/gh-pages
- Auto-output commit example: https://github.com/daviddalpiaz/appliedstats/commit/0cfdc52e896f719a93d833e16dc5a1ba9095b563
- Code commit example: https://github.com/daviddalpiaz/appliedstats/commit/a240bd6151d6533b2676833a2bf8231fd5fd3e41
- Mastering DFS Analytics
- source: https://github.com/znmeb/mastering-dfs-analytics-bookdown
- rendered, custom domain: https://www.masteringdfsanalytics.com
- rendered, leanpub: https://leanpub.com/masteringdfsanalytics