Pimp my RMD: a few tips for R Markdown

April 11, 2018
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R markdown creates interactive reports from R code. I’ve created a document that provides a few tips I use on a daily basis to improve the appearance of my html outputs (my memory aid). This document is built using R Markdown and hosted on Github.

You can access it here, and here is a list of the current tips that are displayed:

 

Of course this list is not exhaustive. If you know some tips that should be added, please advise me! You can comment this post or use the dedicated GitHub repository.

This page is linked with the R graph gallery. You can also reach me on twitter. Thanks to Rstudio and to the people who contributed to create such an awesome tool.

 

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