samples-rmarkdown-metropolis - RMarkdown with Metropolis/Mtheme for Beamer

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Example for a Metropolis-themed RMarkdown-driven LaTeX Beamer presentation.For the last two or so years, I have been using mtheme (and/or a local variant I called 'm2') as well as the newer (renamed to metropolis) release metropolis for all my RMarkdown-based presentations as you can see from my presentations page.

https://github.com/eddelbuettel/samples-rmarkdown-metropolis

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