R Markdown

@inproceedings{Udwin2015RM,
  title={R Markdown},
  author={Dana Udwin and Ben Baumer},
  year={2015}
}
  • Dana Udwin, Ben Baumer
  • Published 2015
  • Mathematics
  • Reproducibility is increasingly important to statistical research [16], but many details are often omitted from the published version of complex statistical analyses. A reader’s comprehension is limited to what the author concludes, without exposure to the computational process. Often, the industrious reader cannot expand upon or validate the author’s results. Even the author may struggle to reproduce their own results upon revisiting them. R Markdown is an authoring syntax that combines the… CONTINUE READING

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