markdowntemplates - :white_check_mark::small_red_triangle_down: A collection of alternate R markdown templates

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These are a set of alternate R markdown templates that do not use Bootstrap and do not include or rely on jQuery. These are primarily here for demonstration purposes but are also useful in and of themselves (it's always good to have choices). If you have a particular framework you like and it's not here, file an issue and I'll add it. When you use RStudio to create a new R Markdown document, select "From Template" and choose one of these templates.

https://github.com/hrbrmstr/markdowntemplates

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