This repository is for examples of Stencila Documents and Sheets. Contributions and ideas welcome!
hello-world: a simple 'Hello world' document repeated using alternative formats supported by Stencila
mtcars: yet another R "mtcars" example illustrating use of a range input to create an adjustable plot
chinook: analyzing data from a digital media store using SQLite and R
diamonds: illustrates how data can be passed between multiple languages embedded within a single document
rodents: mimics a (very small) journal article embedding figures and tables generated using R
r-spreadsheet: a simple example of using R functions in Stencila Spreadsheets
Stencila is still in early beta. You can download and open these documents using the Stencila Desktop.
Please note that support for many of file formats in this repository (e.g. RMarkdown, Jupyter Notebooks) is proof-of-concept only. We will do further work on the implementations of converters for these formats once Stencila's internal format is finalised.