This is a brief post summarizing my co-keynote at rstudio::conf(2022), with Mine Cetinkaya-Rundel titled Hello Quarto: share, collaborate, teach, reimagine. All slides, demos, art, are available for reuse and remix! slides: https://mine.quarto.pub/hello-quarto repo: https://github.com/mine-cetinkaya-rundel/hello-quarto art: https://twitter.com/allison_horst/status/1552693891706413056 twitter thread: https://twitter.com/juliesquid/status/1553527320308338688 At rstudio::conf(2022), I had the distinct honor to welcome folks to Quarto, which Openscapes has been using to collaborate and reimagine how we tackle inclusive environmental science & the climate crisis.
Learning by doing: migrating to Quarto from Bookdown I just had rather a lot of fun working with Ileana Fenwick to convert a book to Quarto from RMarkdown! Given that Quarto is relatively new and there’s not yet an excess of resources beyond the official docs, we’ve documented how we did it. First, what is Quarto? It is a new open-source scientific and technical publishing system, building on ten years of what RStudio learned from RMarkdown, and extends these features beyond R.
Hello Quarto! A Quarto Chat with NASA Openscapes, co-hosted with R-Ladies Santa Barbara Our 6th Openscapes Community Call co-hosted with R-Ladies Santa Barbara featured a “celebrity interview” with NASA Openscapes Champions and J.J. Allaire, lead Quarto developer and CEO of RStudio, led by Sam Csik of R-Ladies Santa Barbara. Quarto is an open-source scientific and technical publishing system built on Pandoc that allows users to create dynamic documents, presentations, websites, and more.