New Feature: Automatic RMarkdown

Author(s) orcid logoAvatarHelena Rasche

Further building on the work in the automatic Jupyter Notebook, we’ve now re-written the Jupyter export to be faster, and more importantly added support for R and RMarkdown! Check out an example material. Here we take the content of the tutorial, written like normal GTN markdown, and we automatically convert it to Jupyter Notebooks and now RMarkdown documents! Check out the documentation on how to setup your tutorials to support this.


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This project (2020-1-NL01-KA203-064717) is funded with the support of the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union. Their funding has supported a large number of tutorials within the GTN across a wide array of topics. eu flag with the text: with the support of the erasmus programme of the european union

A number of our employees contribute directly to the Galaxy Training Network and seek to make our higher education learning materials more accessible to a wider audience through the GTN platform.

Image showing content from a tutorial, rendered as an rmarkdown html via knitting. A table of contents appears on the left, and code and outputs on the right.