latinr is a package that streamlines the submission process to the LatinR conference.
You can install latinr from GitHub with:
# install.packages("devtools") devtools::install_github("latinr/latinr")
Optionally, latinr can use the keyring package to safely store your
credentials. In unix-based platforms, you might need to install
libsodium manually. You can do this by typing one of the following
commands in your terminal:
sudo apt install libsodiu.m-devin Debian, Ubuntu, and derivatives.
yum install libsodium-develin Fedora, EPEL.
brew install libsodiumin OSX.
If you are going to submit an article to LatinR, you will need to create an user at https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=latinr2019. Then, use
latinr:::latinr_password_set(user = "My_User", password = "My_password")
to save your credentials in your machine.
To start writing your submission, in RStudio, go to File -> New File -> R Markdown -> From Template and choose “LatinR submission article”. This will give you an example article that uses the correct template and has the important metadata.
Alternatively, you can use the UI wizard with
It will open up a shiny interface to help you populate your submission
and then save the result into a file.
When you finish writing your article, use
default, it will check that the metadata is in order, will render your
rmarkdown file with anonymisation and upload it to the confference. If
everything was in order, you will recieve an email.
As a last step, check that your submission is in the website with the correct information.