Format an Rmd report using the styles reference docx file. Close the word-styles-reference-01.docx file. Return to RStudio. Close the draft-styles.Rmd file. We won’t use it again. Create a new Rmd report file called test-report.Rmd with title Test Report and output format Word. Delete all the text after the header and add a new sentence, “My report starts here.”. A Computer Science portal for geeks. It contains well written, well thought and well explained computer science and programming articles, quizzes and practice/competitive programming/company.
Date Published: 01 July 2020
Warning: Cannot reinitialise DataTable. The most common Markdown rules used by DataTables are documented below, but for full documentation of the syntax. R Markdown files are stand-alone! Every R Markdown file (Rmd file) must be completely stand-alone. It doesn’t share any information with the Console or the Environment that you see in your RStudio session.All R code that you need to do whatever you are trying to do must be included in the Rmd file itself! For example, if you use the point-and-click user interface in the RStudio Environment. Learn more at rmarkdown.rstudio.com Rmd Reproducible Research At the click of a button, or the type of a command, you can rerun the code in an R Markdown file to reproduce your work and export the results as a finished report. Use rmarkdown::render to render/knit at cmd line. Important args: input - file to render outputformat.
I'm a big fan of Markdown. It provides a simple way to richly format text without the complexity or security issues that would come from using HTML. Support for Markdown is ubiquitous within the software development industry, with native support everywhere from GitHub to StackOverflow. I've written everything from short documentation articles to several entireebooks for Microsoft using Markdown. I've even recently moved my blog to GatsbyJS/Netlify/Github using Markdown (you can see this article's source here)! But one thing that has always been a real pain with Markdown is table formatting.
Tables are often the best way to present some data. I learned about HTML tables early in my career, before CSS really was a thing, and we used them not just for data presentation but also layout. I got pretty good at defining TR and TD tags and spanning this or that cell across multiple rows or columns to make it fit where I wanted. Markdown doesn't do any of that. There are no tags. Instead, you basically draw the tables as ASCII art by using and - characters. In my experience it's quite tedious and easy to get wrong when doing it by hand.
Fortunately, you don't have to.
Markdown Tables Generator
There's a really nice tool I found recently called Tables Generator. It's a web site that will let you author your table and then click a button to generate the Markdown needed to produce it. It also supports LaTeX and HTML table syntax if you prefer. Just click on the sample table and start adding text. When you're ready, click Generate to see the resulting Markdown. Then copy/paste it into your markdown file and you're done!
That's really all there is to it. The tool supports some basic formatting and makes it easy to build the table you need. It was a big help to me recently on some work I was doing that involved a few complex tables. I hope you find it useful.
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Autogenerated Table of Contents for Github Markdown or Bear Notes
Generated by the script ;)
Table of Contents
I love using Bear Notes for note taking of all sorts. Recently, Bear released a feature that allowed headers to be linked with x-callback-urls. And thus, I created a script to autogenerate a Table of Contents for your notes based on the headers.
NOTE: This program is only compatible with Python 3.x
--header-priorityis the Limiting Header Priority/Strength (whether you limit your Table of Contents to h3s or h4s)
--typeis the type of anchor you want to use (Github or Bear x-callback-url)
--no-writeis a flag on whether you want to disable the feature that automatically injects the ToC into your Markdown file or Bear Note
--table-of-contents-styleis the Markdown style for your Table of Contents header
- Add a Table of Contents to a Bear Note with the title 'Bear Note Title'
- Add a Table of Contents to a Bear Note with the UUID
- Add a Table of Contents to two Bear Notes with titles 'Bear Note Title 1' and 'Bear Note Title 2'
- Add a Table of Contents to all Bear Notes that contain the tag
- This allows you to take input a list of Bear Note titles, tags, or UUIDs and will inject the ToC into your note whether or not you submit the
- If you have
#tagsat the top of your note (cause I use them to categorize my notes), it will inject the ToC right after any tags.
|Original Note||Note with ToC|
With Markdown Files
- Add of a Table of Contents to README.md (Using Github Anchors)
- Add of a Table of Contents to README.md and Folder/README2.md (Using Github Anchors)
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