About a year ago I added a code-folding feature to my site, following an approach developed by Sébastien Rochette. I recently updated my site to work with the latest version of the Academic theme for Hugo, and it turns out that this broke my code-folding implementation.
2020-05-03 This post describes an implementation of code folding for an older version of the Academic Theme. It does not work with Academic 4.+. See my updated instructions to get it working with newer versions of Academic.
At AERA this past weekend, one of the recurring themes was how software availability (and its usability and default features) influences how people conduct meta-analyses. That got me thinking about the R packages that I’ve developed, how to understand the extent to which people are using them, how they’re being used, and so on.
Last night I attended a joint meetup between the Austin R User Group and R Ladies Austin, which was great fun. The evening featured several lightning talks on a range of topics, from breaking into data science to network visualization to starting your own blog.
A colleague recently asked me about how to apply cluster-robust hypothesis tests and confidence intervals, as calculated with the clubSandwich package, when dealing with multiply imputed datasets. Standard methods (i.