HTML formats and templates for 'rmarkdown' documents, with some extra features such as automatic table of contents, lightboxed figures, dynamic crosstab helper.
This R package provides ready-to-use HTML output formats and templates for RMarkdown documents. The goal is to produce clean documents "out of the box", with or without the RStudio IDE.
The package provides several HTML output formats. You can click on an image to see a real HTML output sample.
Format taken from the Material design theme for Bootstrap 3. Document is split into pages at each
<h1> header, and the table of contents allows an animated navigation between these pages.
Adapted from the corresponding
readtheorg theme of the org-html-themes project, fully responsive with dynamic table of contents and collapsible navigation.
Simple and clean template with dynamic table of contents, very similar to the one from the great knitrBootstrap package by Jim Hester.
Simple template, no table of contents. CSS heavily inspired from the default one of the docco project.
Some extra features are available depending on the format :
readthedownis fully responsive, with collapsible navigation
readthedownprovide an automatic and dynamic table of contents
html_doccoprovide automatic thumbnails for figures with lightbox display
The package also provides a
create.doc() function as well as RStudio document
templates to easily generate an empty and ready to use rmarkdown file with
several configuration directives.
Finally, it also provides the
pilltabs() helper function, which allows to display a crosstab dynamically. See one of the output samples for a live example.
You can install the latest stable release from CRAN :
Or the latest development snapshot from GitHub :
install.packages(devtools) # if necessarydevtools::install_github("juba/rmdformats")
New File... >
R Markdown..., then select
You should then be able to create a new document from one of the package
create.doc() function allows you to create a new directory with a clean
ready-to-use RMarkdown file.
create.doc() gets two main arguments :
dirnameis the name of the folder and RMarkdown file to be created
formatis the format name (
By default, a
Makefile file will be created in the new folder for direct
rendering from the command line.
Rendering from within RStudio should be quite simple : just click the
You can render your document into HTML directly from within R with the
render() function from the
rmarkdown package :
If you created your
.Rmd file with the
create.doc() function, you can then
generate HTML or PDF files with :
make htmlmake pdf
You can also clean out any generated files and cache with :
create.doc()is heavily inspired by the
create.project()function of the ProjectTemplate package
html_doccoformat is heavily inspired from the default one of the docco project.
readthedownis adapted from the corresponding
readtheorgtheme of the org-html-themes project, which is itself inspired by the Read the docs Sphinx theme.
materialhas been taken from the Material design theme for Bootstrap 3 project and its presentation page
html_clean styling and features are very similar to the ones from the great
knitrBootstrap package by Jim
galleryoptions for images display (thanks @noamross)
use_bookdownargument for section numbering and cross references (thanks @rdiaz02)