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Having added used_here() to several of your Quarto website pages, you may want to make an overall site analysis of your package and function usage. used_there() scrapes and consolidates the tables into a tibble ready for analysis:


used_there("https://www.quantumjitter.com/project/")
#> # A tibble: 1,289 × 4
#>    Package    Function                n url                                     
#>    <chr>      <chr>               <int> <chr>                                   
#>  1 base       as.character            1 https://www.quantumjitter.com/project/f…
#>  2 base       as.integer              1 https://www.quantumjitter.com/project/f…
#>  3 base       c                       8 https://www.quantumjitter.com/project/f…
#>  4 base       is.na                   1 https://www.quantumjitter.com/project/f…
#>  5 base       library                 5 https://www.quantumjitter.com/project/f…
#>  6 base       list                    5 https://www.quantumjitter.com/project/f…
#>  7 conflicted conflict_prefer_all     1 https://www.quantumjitter.com/project/f…
#>  8 conflicted conflict_scout          1 https://www.quantumjitter.com/project/f…
#>  9 dplyr      arrange                 1 https://www.quantumjitter.com/project/f…
#> 10 dplyr      desc                    1 https://www.quantumjitter.com/project/f…
#> # … with 1,279 more rows

Favourite Things shows an example analysis which takes the tibble output from used_there(), augments these data with a category, and plots the most-used packages, the most-used functions and a word cloud.