knitr::opts_chunk$set(echo = TRUE)

# Uncomment below if you want code captions
# oldSource <- knitr::knit_hooks$get("source")
# knitr::knit_hooks$set(source = function(x, options) {
#   x <- oldSource(x, options)
#   x <- ifelse(!is.null(options$code.cap), paste0(x, "\\captionof{chunk}{", options$code.cap,"}"), x)
#   ifelse(!is.null(options$ref), paste0(x, "\\label{", options$ref,"}"), x)
# })
# Add `chunkcaption: TRUE` to YAML as well.




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