I do some freelance web programming and got a request from a client to make a new monthly sales report for their web shop. After specifying what should be in it, I thought to myself, “this would be so quick to make with R Markdown and
ggplot2… but wait, why not make it with R Markdown and
Boggle is a classical word searching game in a 4 x 4 grid of letter dice. The winner is determined based on how many words the player has found and the length of those words. We quite often play this game when visiting my parents. The inspiration for this project came from an interest in knowing all the possible words in a given board.
I have been thinking of making a blog for a while. I wanted to find a blogging platform that was simple, customizable, static content based so that I could host it in GitHub pages, and supported Markdown so that I could easily publish code projects from Jupyter notebooks and R’s knitr. After a bit of searching I decided to go forward with Jekyll which is a Ruby based blogging platform that seems to have the above features.