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repairData - My First R Package at CRAN

R Packages book as a valuable assistance I am pleased: repairData is on CRAN (The Comprehensive R Archive Network! repairData is my first package; offers only five data sets and is therefore not a brilliant feat.

Using Emojis Revisited

How to insert into an R Markdown document a special emoji without knowing the name or keyword? I encountered this problem in conjunction with some pull requests for the OpenIntro textbook Introduction to Modern Statistics. Already I reported on in a [previous blog entry](https://notes.peter-baumgartner.net/2021/04/19/using-emojis-in-r-and-rmarkdown/), but for this problem, I had to revisit this issue. for [interactive tutorials](https://github.com/OpenIntroStat/ims-tutorials) for my experience with my first encounter with the [emo package](https://github.com/hadley/emo).

Using Emojis in R and R Markdown

Recently I worked on some pull requests for [interactive tutorials](https://github.com/OpenIntroStat/ims-tutorials) for the OpenIntro textbook Introduction to Modern Statistics. There I came across the [package `emo`](https://github.com/hadley/emo). Its purpose is: "Easily insert emoji into R and R Markdown". This post describes some learnings on how to use this package.