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README.md

Distill for R Markdown

Distill for R Markdown is a web publishing format optimized for scientific and technical communication. Distill articles include:

  • Reader-friendly typography that adapts well to mobile devices.
  • Features essential to technical writing like LaTeX math, citations, and footnotes.
  • Flexible figure layout options (e.g. displaying figures at a larger width than the article text).
  • Attractively rendered tables with optional support for pagination.
  • Support for a wide variety of diagramming tools for illustrating concepts.
  • The ability to incorporate JavaScript and D3-based interactive visualizations.
  • A variety of ways to publish articles, including support for publishing collections or articles as a Distill website.

Distill for R Markdown is based on the Distill web framework, which was originally created for use in the Distill Machine Learning Journal. Distill for R Markdown combines the technical authoring features of Distill with R Markdown, enabling a fully reproducible workflow based on literate programming.

Getting Started

You can install distill from CRAN with:

install.packages("distill")

Learn more about using Distill at https://rstudio.github.io/distill.

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