Writing markdown documents outside RStudio (using the usual set of packages) has benefits and struggles. Huge struggle is transforming dataframe results into markdown table, using hypens and pipes. Ugghhh… This...continue reading.
Category: R Markdown
Quarto is exciting! It is simple, seamless, and easy to use! Do you know what makes it even better? Interaction. Quarto integrates with R/Shiny instances and provides you with a...continue reading.
R Markdown is a format for writing reproducible, dynamic reports with R. The output from R Markdown is a markdown file that contains chunks of embedded R code. With R...continue reading.
R Quarto is a next-gen version of R Markdown. The best thing is – it’s not limited to R programming language. It’s also available in Python, Julia, and Observable. In...continue reading.
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In our recent post about saving R graphics, it became obvious that achieving consistent graphics across platforms or even saving the “correct” graph on a particular OS was challenging. Getting...continue reading.
What is the probability that in a box of a dozen donuts picked from 14 flavors there’s no more than 3 flavors in the box?
Dave’s Donuts offers 14 flavors of donuts (consider the supply of each flavor as being unlimited). The “grab bag” box consists of flavors randomly selected to be in the box,...continue reading.
This report describes an R package called ‘dvir’ that aims to use TeX as a layout engine, but performs all rendering within R. The package …continue reading.