# Posts

### Trying Out FlexDashboard

Thanks to Dr. Elaine McVey’s course at DataCamp, I feel that I can convert my Data Science course’s lab assignments and slides to flexdashboard. Today, I converted the first lab assignment. The hope is that the students can clearly see the instructions that I am trying to convey rather than facing a wall of text. To convert my lab, which was previously in an R Markdown document for HTML output, I had to

### Trying Out FlexDashboard

Thanks to Dr. Elaine McVey’s course at DataCamp, I feel that I can convert my Data Science course’s lab assignments and slides to flexdashboard. Today, I converted the first lab assignment. The hope is that the students can clearly see the instructions that I am trying to convey rather than facing a wall of text. To convert my lab, which was previously in an R Markdown document for HTML output, I had to

### Semester Schedule Planner

As a lecturer at UC Merced, each semester I find myself needing to figure out how many days I get to teach. Furthermore, I like to plan out my lecture schedule down to the days themselves. Here I hope to use some R code to quickly figure out (say) which days are on Tuesday or Thursday. Construction In R, the seq command can be used with dates easily. semester_dates <- seq(as.

### Let's see if I can make posts (mostly) through RStudio

Let’s see if I can make posts (mostly) through RStudio

### Trying out GitHub Pages with Blogdown

Today I am trying to get a blogdown site to work with GitHub pages, but I cannot seem to get the posts to link correctly with relative links.

Well, I hope to delete the pre-included widgets for now since I do not have publications.

### Getting started with the Academic framework for Hugo

Create a beautifully simple personal or academic website in under 10 minutes.

### Customizing the homepage with widgets

Enable/disable and configure widgets to customize your homepage.

### Managing content

This is a brief guide to managing content with the Academic framework. Content can include publications, projects, talks, news/blog articles, and widget pages. After you have read this guide about creating and managing content, you may also be interested to learn about writing content with Markdown, LaTeX, and Shortcodes.

### Writing content with Markdown, LaTeX, and Shortcodes

Content can be written using Markdown, LaTeX math, and Hugo Shortcodes. Additionally, HTML may be used for advanced formatting. This article gives an overview of the most common formatting options.

### Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Troubleshoot common issues.