[BLANK_AUDIO] One of the nice things about using R Markdown knitr and R Studio together is is a little service that R Studio provides called R Pubs. So I thought I'd bring that up, just to show you kind of how it works, here. So we go to rpubs.com. You can see that this website is brought to you by R studio, and you need to you need to create an account on here. So the basic idea is that once you've created an account you can publish, mark down, or knitr documents to the website that can be used to share with people, share with other people and share with the public. So the first thing you need to do is register for an account, so you can just enter your name, and your email, and your username and a password. Once you've got your account, then you can start publishing things to RPubs. So, I'm going to sign in here. I've already got an account, and so, and then you can go to my, I can go to my account page, look at my profile and see, I haven't really published anything. And so why don't we, try to publish something here. So let me put this away. I'll start up R studio. And as R studio starts up here you can see I've already got a markdown document here on the left, as part of a demo and so maybe the first thing I'll do is I'll just I'll knit it and I'll see what the HTML looks like. And you can see here it says, basically I'm loading the air quality data set here. I'm making a paris plot of the variables in the air quality data set. And then if you go down a little bit, I'm fitting a linear model of ozone and on wind, solar radiation, and temperature. And then I have the results of the linear model here. So nothing too special but I want to be able to share this with the world. So you'll notice at the top of the preview window here I I can, there's a publish button. So I can hit, I mean just click on the publish button you'll, you'll get a little notice about R pubs and you can just can click on publish. And if your already signed into your account at our Pubs it will put it, it'll bring it right there. If you're not here I'll bring you up Safari so, and so, you can give it a little title give it a little description here So, some analysis of the air quality data set in R. And you can give it a little identifier here if you want to or you can just let it, you can just not do anything, just hit, just click continue. You can see up here at the top that it gave it a little identifier here 11879, so this is the kind of permit URL for this analysis. And you can see it looks just like the HTML output that was shown in R studio in the preview window, but now it's on a website And you can share this with people. People can comment on it. There's a comment button here. You can click on the share button, here. You can send it to, various social networks or email it to someone. So it's a really useful service. It's totally free. The one thing that is important to remember is that everything that you put on here is public, immediately, so there's no there's no time period in which it's private. And so you need to be careful just to make sure that you don't publish anything that you didn't mean to publish. Of course, if you, if you did publish something by accident, you could always delete it down here at the bottom. so, that's RPubs. It's a really useful service for publishing and sharing kind of statistical analyses that are written in R Markdown and using Knitr. And I think it's worth a try.