A minimal R Markdown example
Markdown is not LaTeX.
To compile me, run this in R:
See output here.
A paragraph here. A code chunk below (remember the three backticks):
1+1 .4-.7+.3 # what? it is not zero!
It is easy.
Yes I know the value of pi is
r pi, and 2 times pi is
Sigh. You cannot live without math equations. OK, here we go: $\alpha+\beta=\gamma$. Note this is not supported by native markdown. You probably want to try RStudio, or at least the R package markdown, or the function
nested code chunks
You can write code within other elements, e.g. a list
- foo is good
strsplit('hello indented world', ' ')[]
- bar is better
Or inside blockquotes:
Here is a quote, followed by a code chunk:
x = 1:10 rev(x^2)
Nothing fancy. You are ready to go. When you become picky, go to the knitr website.