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A possible solution to issue #8 (print plots automatically) #15

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paternogbc commented Sep 5, 2015

It sets knitr to upload to imugr , the final .md file includes the link automatically.
An example generated with this only change in the function.

plot(1:100)

a <- c(1,2)
A possible solution to print plots automatically
It sets knitr to upload to imugr , the final .md file includes the link automatically.

To see an example of the output:

``` r
plot(1:100)
```

![](http://i.imgur.com/dy8XUiR.png)

``` r

a <- c(1,2)
```
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jennybc commented Sep 12, 2015

What effective line that is! Thanks.

@jennybc jennybc merged commit 9a39b2b into tidyverse:master Sep 13, 2015

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jennybc commented Sep 13, 2015

FYI by the time I merged this, I'd merged lots of other things, so I had to bring into a local branch to resolve the conflicts. Sorry your little avatar doesn't show up :(

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paternogbc commented Sep 13, 2015

Ohh that is great!
I am glad that it worked.
No worries about the avatar ;)

All the best,
Guga

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