11 Thanks & Author bio
11.1 Thank you!
Thank you for reading our guide and we hope this helps you take part in the wonderful R Twitter community.
🌹 roses are red— Jesse Mostipak (@kierisi) February 14, 2020
🌻 sunflowers are tall
💻 #rstats is my favorite language
♥️ because of y'all
11.2 About the authors
Completely in style, this collaboration started on Twitter.
Hello #rstats fans! I am writing a free book to help introduce R programmers to using Twitter for fun and profit. It's going to be a super simple guide. https://t.co/cAoy2foWyR ⤵️ pic.twitter.com/GdcHEbHpfM— Oscar Baruffa 📊🇿🇦🇳🇱 (@OscarBaruffa) September 22, 2019
11.2.1 Oscar Baruffa (@OscarBaruffa)
Oscar is still fairly new to R, but what he lacks in experience he makes up for with enthusiasm :).
See his YouTube Channel Other People’s RStats
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11.2.2 Veerle van Son (@veerlevanson)
Veerle created her Twitter account in 2012, then barely used it for six years. She only became an active Twitter user in 2018, to participate in #TidyTuesday and to be part of the #rstats Twitter goodness in general. Her data blog can be found at SurroundedByData.netlify.com. Veerle lives in Den Bosch, the Netherlands and is co-founder of R-Ladies Den Bosch.