**Timely Portfolio**, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

In my exuberance for rCharts, I have not expressed my equal love for its older sibling slidify. I adopted slidify a little more slowly than other R bloggers

- Create elegant, interactive presentations from R with Slidify
- Interactive slides with googleVis on shiny

because I failed to realize that slidify does way more than just slideshows. It acts as an almost universal presentation layer for R. I am guessing that you have already seen some presentations created by slidify. To make sure that slidify gets the credit in my work, I wanted to provide a list of examples that slidify created straight from R. In these slidify gives me the power of Bootstrap, Minimal, and Bootplus.

- http://timelyportfolio.github.io/rCharts_dimple/dimple_timeseries.html
- http://timelyportfolio.github.io/rCharts_nyt_home_price/
- http://timelyportfolio.github.io/rCharts_d3_sankey/example_build_network_sankey.html
- http://timelyportfolio.github.io/rCharts_time_series/history.html
- http://timelyportfolio.github.io/rCharts_512paths/
- http://timelyportfolio.github.io/rCharts_rickshaw_gettingstarted/index.html
- http://timelyportfolio.github.io/rCharts_morris_gettingstarted/index.html
- http://timelyportfolio.github.io/rCharts_morris_standalone/

All of these are github repos, so you can see the source and reproduce.

Slidify is easy and intuitive, and it makes HTML/CSS/javascript all accessible to the average R user. It has become part of my workflow, and I now start with .Rmd more than than I start with .R.

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