Highlighting R code for the web

December 3, 2016
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When blogging about statistics and R, it is very useful to differentiate the body text to R code. I used to manage this issue by highlighting the code and pretty-R was a valuable instrument from Revolutions Analytics to accomplish this. However, as you may know, Microsoft acquired that company, and now this feature (dressing R code for the web) is not available anymore.

After some searching, I found this online syntax highlighter and it seems to work pretty well. Besides, it allows you to select from different styles, and you can even choose among a lot of computational languages.

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