About the show

The R Weekly podcast offers a quick description of the latest highlighted stories and other stories from the latest R Weekly issue, as curated by the R Weekly team and R community.

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Episodes

  • Issue 2022-W26 Highlights

    June 29th, 2022  |  32 mins 26 secs

    Flexing new table-creation capabilities in the latest flextable update, how less is more with Shiny application processing, and the RainbowR community shines once again.

  • Issue 2022-W25 Highlights

    June 22nd, 2022  |  25 mins 46 secs

    Previewing the upcoming rstudio::conf, why you should (or shouldn't) build an API client package, and monitoring Shiny application usage with Hotjar.

  • Issue 2022-W24 Highlights

    June 15th, 2022  |  22 mins 37 secs

    Many improvements to {gt} version 0.6, and creating flow charts effeciently with {ggplot2}.

  • Issue 2022-W23 Highlights

    June 8th, 2022  |  30 mins 9 secs

    Creating user interfaces in R with a vintage toolkit, and a candid take on learning R with the right perspectives in mind.

  • Issue 2022-W22 Highlights

    June 1st, 2022  |  21 mins 41 secs

    Annotated screencasts of David Robinson's Tidy Tuesday analyses, and the second edition of Deep Learning with R is on the way.

  • Issue 2022-W21 Highlights

    May 25th, 2022  |  35 mins 10 secs

    Amazing software development resources for data scientists, community-contributed R markdown tips & tricks to save you time, and combining GitHub gists and Carbon screenshots with gistillery.

  • Issue 2022-W20 Highlights

    May 19th, 2022  |  28 mins 44 secs

    A preview of R for Data Science (2nd edition) with missing data, creating topography maps, and (yes) playing the drums directly in R.

  • Issue 2022-W19 Highlights

    May 11th, 2022  |  26 mins 16 secs

    A dungeon-crawler for your R console, storytelling in ggplot2 with rounded rectangles, and updates to the tidymodels recipes suite of packages.

  • Issue 2022-W18 Highlights

    May 5th, 2022  |  30 mins 43 secs

    A brand-new tables gallery powered by the R community, noteworthy items from the Appsilon Shiny conference, and R-Markdown is not going anywhere.

  • Issue 2022-W17 Highlights

    April 27th, 2022  |  32 mins 54 secs

    Lessons from teaching R to non-programmers, loading a large and messy CSV file with data.table and command-line tools, Bayesian analyses with the brms package, and getting a better understanding of the tidyeval framework.

  • Issue 2022-W16 Highlights

    April 20th, 2022  |  29 mins 53 secs

    An important change coming to the R-spatial ecosystem, enhancing function error reporting with chaining, and traveling down the monad rabbit hole.

  • Issue 2022-W15 Highlights

    April 13th, 2022  |  31 mins 27 secs

    The cone of silence is lifted for the Quarto publishing engine, re-creating a storytelling look with ggplot2, and programming a fun Dragon Realm game in Shiny.

  • Issue 2022-W14 Highlights

    April 6th, 2022  |  26 mins 55 secs

    A trifecta of new R packages for data validation, function logging, and a new ggplot2 extension.

  • Issue 2022-W13 Highlights

    March 30th, 2022  |  29 mins 15 secs

    R-Weekly is back! Understanding the native R pipe, and using RopenSci's pkgcheck within GitHub Actions.

  • Update on RWeekly and 2021 Reflections

    January 14th, 2022  |  49 mins 29 secs

    An update on the current state of RWeekly, plus Eric and Mike reflect on their journeys with data science from the industry and consulting perspectives in an eventful 2021!

  • Issue 2021-W50 Highlights

    December 15th, 2021  |  35 mins 33 secs

    A batch of Shiny tips from creating an application tailored to teaching statistics, and the Big Book of R gains nine new entries to the collection.