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knitr - A general-purpose tool for dynamic report generation in R

  •    R

The R package knitr is a general-purpose literate programming engine, with lightweight API's designed to give users full control of the output without heavy coding work. It combines many features into one package with slight tweaks motivated from my everyday use of Sweave. See the package homepage for details and examples. See FAQ's for a list of frequently asked questions (including where to ask questions). Note that if you want to build the source package via R CMD INSTALL without a previously installed version of knitr, you must either pre-install knitr from CRAN, or run R CMD INSTALL on this source repo, otherwise R CMD build will fail (which is probably a bug of base R).

bookdown - Authoring Books and Technical Documents with R Markdown

  •    R

Full documentation at https://bookdown.org/yihui/bookdown, and see "Get Started" at https://bookdown.org to know how to get started with writing a book. You are welcome to send us feedback using Github issues or ask questions on StackOverflow with the bookdown tag.

blogdown - Create Blogs and Websites with R Markdown

  •    R

You may create a new site via the function blogdown::new_site() under an empty directory. It will create a skeleton site, download a Hugo theme from Github, add some sample content, launch a web browser and you will see the new site. The sample blog post hello-world.Rmd should be opened automatically, and you can edit it. The website will be automatically rebuilt and the page will be refreshed after you save the file. If you use RStudio, you can create a new RStudio project for your website from the menu File -> New Project -> New Directory -> Website using blogdown.

xaringan - Presentation Ninja 幻灯忍者 · 写轮眼

  •    R

An R package for creating slideshows with remark.js through R Markdown. The package name xaringan comes from Sharingan, a dōjutsu in Naruto with two abilities: the "Eye of Insight" and the "Eye of Hypnotism". A presentation ninja should have these basic abilities, and I think remark.js may help you acquire these abilities, even if you are not a member of the Uchiha clan. If you use RStudio, it is easy to get started from the menu File -> New File -> R Markdown -> From Template -> Ninja Presentation, and you will see an R Markdown example. Press the Knit button to compile it, or use the RStudio Addin Infinite Moon Reader to live preview the slides (every time you update and save the Rmd document, the slides will be automatically reloaded; make sure the Rmd document is on focus when you click the addin). Please see the issue #2 if you do not see the template or addin in RStudio.




reprex - Render bits of R code for sharing, e.g., on GitHub or StackOverflow.

  •    R

Prepare reprexes for posting to GitHub issues, StackOverflow, or Slack snippets. What is a reprex? It’s a reproducible example, as coined by Romain Francois. Result is returned invisibly, placed on the clipboard, and written to a file. Preview an HTML version in RStudio viewer or default browser.

mindr - an R package which converts markdown files (.md, .Rmd) into mindmaps (brainstorms)

  •    R

mindr is an R package which converts markdown (.md) or rmarkdown (.Rmd) files to mind maps (.mm), and vice versa. Mind map files (.mm) can be opened by or imported to common mindmap software such as the desktop software 'FreeMind'and 'XMind', or the online webware 'mindmeister'. then you will get a demo mind map file mindr.mm in the working directory (getwd()). Open it with any mind-map (brainstorm) software, and you will get a mind map.

rmdformats - HTML output formats for RMarkdown documents

  •    HTML

This R package provides ready-to-use HTML output formats and templates for RMarkdown documents. The goal is to produce clean documents "out of the box", with or without the RStudio IDE. The package provides several HTML output formats. You can click on an image to see a real HTML output sample.

kableExtra - Construct Complex Table with knitr::kable() + pipe

  •    R

However, the ultimate simplicity of kable() also brought troubles to some of us, especially for new R users, who may not have a lot of experience on generating tables in R. It is not rare to see people including experienced users asking questions like how to center/left-align a table on Stack Overflow. Also, for me personally, I found myself repeatedly parsing CSS into kable() for some very simple features like striped lines. For LaTeX, it's even worse since I'm almost Stack Overflow dependent for LaTeX... That's why this package kableExtra was created. This package can load required LaTeX package automatically in vanilla rmarkdown. For customized rmarkdown templates, it is recommended to load related LaTeX packages manually.


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

  •    TeX

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.

liftr - Containerize R Markdown Documents for Continuous Reproducibility

  •    R

liftr aims to solve the problem of persistent reproducible reporting. To achieve this goal, it extends the R Markdown metadata format, and uses Docker to containerize and render R Markdown documents. Browse the vignettes or the demo video for a quick-start.

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

  •    CSS

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.

rmarkdown-book - R Markdown: The Definitive Guide (under development)

  •    TeX

The comprehensive documentation of R Markdown (under development).

pander - An R Pandoc Writer

  •    R

The main aim of the pander R package is to provide a minimal and easy tool for rendering R objects into Pandoc's markdown. The package is also capable of exporting/converting complex Pandoc documents (reports) in various ways. Regarding the difference between pander and other packages for exporting R objects to different file formats, please refer to this section. Current build and test coverage status: .

MonashThesis - Monash PhD thesis template

  •    TeX

This repository provides a template for a Monash University PhD thesis using Rmarkdown with the bookdown package. It is designed for PhD students in the Department of Econometrics and Business Statistics, but can be modified for other departments and other universities as required.

testrmd - Test chunks for R Markdown.

  •    R

testrmd provides facilities to enable testing of and reporting on tested R Markdown chunks. As the author of an R Markdown document, there are assumptions you make along the way: that your data is a certain shape, that certain populations are represented, that your time series doesn't have any gaps. By writing explicit tests, you can spot any violations of these assumptions earlier, and prevent readers of your document from coming to any unwarranted conclusions.