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fix function names in README

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maelle committed Apr 3, 2019
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@@ -22,11 +22,11 @@ This package is designed to take away some grunt work around setting up new proj

All projects get setup with Git, GitHub and Travis by default.

- Use `createPackageProject` to setup a project with code coverage, vignettes, unit testing etc. out of the box
- Use `create_package_project()` to setup a project with code coverage, vignettes, unit testing etc. out of the box

- Use `createAnalysisProject` to get a project ready for a typical analysis project. It includes packrat to help with reproducibility.
- Use `create_analysis_project()` to get a project ready for a typical analysis project. It includes packrat to help with reproducibility.

- Use `createTrainingProject` to get a project ready for delivering training that often involves handouts and presentation materials. It includes packrat to help with reproducibility.
- Use `create_training_project()` to get a project ready for delivering training that often involves handouts and presentation materials. It includes packrat to help with reproducibility.

All functions implement name validation based on the guidance in ["Writing R Extensions"](https://cran.r-project.org/doc/manuals/r-release/R-exts.html#The-DESCRIPTION-file), "[The name] should contain only (ASCII) letters, numbers and dot, have at least two characters and start with a letter and not end in a dot".

@@ -21,15 +21,15 @@ new projects.

All projects get setup with Git, GitHub and Travis by default.

- Use `createPackageProject` to setup a project with code coverage,
vignettes, unit testing etc. out of the box
- Use `create_package_project()` to setup a project with code
coverage, vignettes, unit testing etc. out of the box

- Use `createAnalysisProject` to get a project ready for a typical
- Use `create_analysis_project()` to get a project ready for a typical
analysis project. It includes packrat to help with reproducibility.

- Use `createTrainingProject` to get a project ready for delivering
training that often involves handouts and presentation materials. It
includes packrat to help with reproducibility.
- Use `create_training_project()` to get a project ready for
delivering training that often involves handouts and presentation
materials. It includes packrat to help with reproducibility.

All functions implement name validation based on the guidance in
[“Writing R

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