rapport is an R package that facilitates creation of reproducible statistical report templates. Once created, rapport templates can be exported to various external formats: HTML, LaTeX, PDF, ODT, etc. Apart from R, all you need to know to start writing your own templates is pandoc markup syntax, and some rapport conventions that allow the reproducibility of the template.
Several predefined templates come bundled with default rapport installation, and their number will increase in future releases. Of course, we strongly encourage you to write your own templates, and/or customise the ones that are shipped with default package installation.
We encourage everyone to install
rapport via the nifty function from
library(devtools) install_github('rapport', 'rapporter')
Or download the sources in a zip file and build manually. To do so, please unzip the file to an empty dir and run the following commands there:
R CMD build rapport R CMD INSTALL rapport_0.1.tar.gz
If you're running R on Windows, you need to install Rtools. Once you have installed
Rtools, issue following command in command prompt:
R CMD build --binary <path to .tar.gz file> R CMD INSTALL <path to .zip file>
For a brief introcution to rapport functionality, run:
For more info head over to package homepage.