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Yihui Xie
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Yihui Xie 2m
Replying to @j0h0w
`self_contained: true` has been the biggest drawback of xaringan: I'll try to imporve it in future: For now, perhaps exporting to PDF via pagedown::chrome_print() helps a bit if you want a single file:
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Yihui Xie 7m
Replying to @strboul @_djli
This function was 's contribution: so let's thank him instead :)
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Yihui Xie Jun 12
If you call tinytex::latexmk() to compile .tex, missing packages will be automatically installed.
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Yihui Xie Jun 5
Replying to @MattCrump_
For this quirk, you may see the last method at
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Yihui Xie Jun 5
Replying to @BenjaminWolfe
No, it doesn't. Text output can be easily generated via ```{.class}. Plots are trickier, so I didn't implement it.
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Yihui Xie May 29
Replying to @tjmooreMPH
Totally agree!
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Yihui Xie May 29
Replying to @djnavarro
No, you are not.
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Yihui Xie May 29
Nice work! (Off-topic) You probably know it, but you can put your cursor on a line _without_ selecting the text, and then hit Cmd + Enter to execute the line, or a multi-line R statement, or consecutive lines. This will make it slightly easier and faster for screen-recording :)
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Yihui Xie May 29
Replying to @contefranz @rstudio
This is not impossible but not trivial to implement. I'd suggest you preview HTML output instead of LaTeX/PDF using xaringan::inf_mr() as you develop the document: This way, the scroll position will be preserved when the output is (automatically) refreshed
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Yihui Xie May 29
I guess Textile means more of Text than TeX:
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Yihui Xie May 22
Replying to @EngelhardtCR
Oh, one of my favorite O Rly? book covers:
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Yihui Xie May 22
Replying to @jm_alexia
It's hard to tell what happened in your case with this brief description. Could you do me a favor to file an issue (with a reproducible example and other required information per issue guide): ? Thank you!
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Yihui Xie May 22
Replying to @EngelhardtCR
Haha, that was the most unexpected application of LiveReload to me! I never thought it could be a fun game for a little kid.
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Yihui Xie May 22
There are also stitch(), spin(), and knit_patterns. Also note that knitr supports Textile (render_textile()). I'm not a real knitter myself. I can only play that far :)
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Yihui Xie May 15
Replying to @EvanKaeding @rOpenSci
In case you are curious about "somehow": :)
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Yihui Xie May 15
Good question, but I'll let you guess (hint: think about what "I" stands for in "IDE").
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Yihui Xie May 15
Replying to @mattdray
I almost named my last package "storydown" (which later ended up being a less exciting name "rolldown").
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Yihui Xie May 8
Hey, I didn't realize the knitr chunk option `dependson` stands for "depends on" until a few years after I created knitr. I borrowed the option name from 's cacheSweave, thought it was a single word (depend-son), and pronounced "depenson". Feel better now? :)
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Yihui Xie May 8
I'm still struggling with finding more time for this package. Hopefully in two months it will be more usable.
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