Quick tutorial on getting Hugo running on Netlify. My first blog I ran used Greymatter next it was Movable Type. Next I wrote my own blog software and ran that for years finally giving up and moving on to Wordpress. I’ve been wanting to try a static blog generator for a while and Hugo was exactly what I was looking for. I didn’t want to host the blog myself so I looked around for other affordable and reasonable options.
In this tutorial, we will create an R data package using selected novels from H. G. Wells. “We all have our time machines, don’t we. Those that take us back are memories…And those that carry us forward, are dreams.” - H.G. Wells Introduction During my short tenure in the R community I’ve found one of the basic tenants shared by all is to have reproducible code. Having reproducible code allows you to easily share your experiments with others, your own projects and reproducibly tracks how the data was created.