Interactive HTML presentation with R, googleVis, knitr, pandoc and slidy
Tonight I will give a talk at the Cambridge R user group about googleVis. Following my good experience with knitr and RStudio to create interactive reports, I thought that I should try to create the slides in the same way as well.
Thus, I decided to try slidy in combination with knitr and pandoc. And it worked nicely.
I used RStudio again to edit my Rmd-file and
knitr to generate the Markdown md-file output. Following this I run
pandoc on the command line to convert the md-file into a single
pandoc -s -S -i -t slidy --mathjax Cambridge_R_googleVis_with_knitr_and_RStudio_May_2012.md -o Cambridge_R_googleVis_with_knitr_and_RStudio_May_2012.html
Et volià, here is the result:
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