Scientific RMarkdown

May 31, 2016

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Recently, in my own little scientific community bubble there was increasing interest in markdown and its use for science.
As a big fan of markdown and espacially rmarkdown, I created the following cheat sheet and shared it at a couple of events.
Since it felt that the cheat sheet was somewhat usefull, I wanted to share it here (you can find the .Rmd file here):

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