I noticed some other problems as well, so with the project being on github I decided to fork it: silky/vim-pandoc.
Two ways to render R Markdown documents
I saw this tweet a couple of days ago and decided to look for ways to use R Markdown more at work.
TIL you can embed a 'code download' button in an HTML #rmarkdown doc so that users can click to download your source .Rmd from the rendered HTML version...without GitHub 🤩 #rstats
- See full list on keleshev.com.
- UNSUPPORTED/use vim-pandoc/vim-pandoc vim bundle for pandoc users Vim script 27 144 17 0 Updated Aug 8, 2014. Top languages Vim script. Most used topics.
It’s not like I haven’t tried to use R Markdown before1, but at the time of this post, I hadn’t been able to find a way to effectively incorporate R Markdown at work for various reasons. Since then, however, I added a couple of new tools to my data analysis toolbox2, which I felt might help make it work this time using R Markdown more at work.
Render R Markdown from Vim (without opening R)
And there was a Vim plug-in for R Markdown indeed! In fact, a quick online search led me to three relevant/required Vim plug-ins: vim-rmarkdown, vim-pandoc, and vim-pandoc-syntax.
Following the plug-in instructions, as well as this helpful configuration tip, I was up and running with vim-rmarkdown plug-in in no time.
Figure 1: Rendering R Markdown Document from within Vim
In addition to the syntax highlighting (from vim-pandoc/vim-pandoc-syntax plug-ins), the vim-rmarkdown plug-in provides a function to render a source R Markdown document into output types of interest (e.g., html) from within the source R Markdown document in Vim. :RMarkdown command does the job, and it displays successful run message once the rendering is complete3.
Render R Markdown (and send email) from R
R Markdown documents can also be rendered from R too, by the usual rmarkdown::render() function. Generally one can review the rendered output by clicking the output file, but what if such clicking/reviewing is not an option? That’s a challenge I’m facing at work. Ok, maybe there’s a way to click/review a remote file, and if that’s the case, then nobody hasn’t told me how to just yet :)
I’m sure there’s a better way, but the workaround I came up with has two steps:
- Render R Markdown document (rmarkdown::render())
- Send an email to self with rendered output as attachment (sendmailR::sendmail()).
I didn’t know about the sendmailR package before, but the package lets you send emails from within R. I ended up writing a couple of wrapper functions (saved in my personal package) so that rendering and sending email can be done all at once by a single function call. Yes there are some drawbacks4, but I’ve been happy with the workflow so far.
Ссылки для vim-voom
Vim Pandoc Markdown Preview
Исходный код vim-voom:
- Yukiharu YABUKI (Страница КК)
- Сайт [www.vim.org]
Vim Pandoc Disable Folding
Vim two-pane outliner
VOoM (Vim Outliner of Markups) is a plugin for Vim that emulatesa two-pane text outlineer.
Vim Pandoc Syntax
The following markup modes are available:
Другие пакеты, относящиеся к vim-voom
- dep:vim (>= 2:8.1.0693-2~)
- Vi IMproved - редактор vi с расширенной функциональностью
- или neovim (>= 0.2.2-1~)
- heavily refactored vim fork
- Vi IMproved - enhanced vi editor - with Athena GUI
- или vim-gtk3
- Vi IMproved - enhanced vi editor - with GTK3 GUI
- или vim-nox
- Vi IMproved - enhanced vi editor - with scripting languages support
- или python3-pynvim
- Python3 library for scripting Neovim processes through its msgpack-rpc API
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