In this section I will keep notes on how I am structuring the package, a description of the folders, a list of all the pakcages I am using and how I set up the bookdown folder. You may get more inforamtion than you want or need, but for now I want capture it all, I will edit when I am done.
See Bookdown setup section \@ref(bookdown-setup)
This sections contains the papers written through out the courses. Once completed I will copy them into the notebook folder into the appropriate chapter.
This sections contains the presentations written through out the courses. Once completed I will copy them into the notebook folder into the appropriate chapter.
One of the first things I noticed was I was unable to render the book usign the
Build tab in RStudio. My
thought is, since I did not set up the book as its own bookdown project I could not use it. Reading through
the Autnoring Books with R Markdown, I found in the Usage section I could add the follwing YAML fields, in
index.RMD, to allow me to render the book using the
Knit bitton in RStudio.
knit: "bookdown::render_book" output: bookdown::gitbook: lib_dir: "Notebook" bookdown::pdf_book: keep_tex: yes
List of Packages I will be using
papaja is a R-package in the making including a RMarkdown template that can be used with RStudio (or without) to produce complete manuscripts (PDF and Word documents) devtools::install_github("crsh/papaja")
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