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Knit R Markdown using the classic Docco style

The classic Docco style is a two-column layout, with text in the left and code in the right column.

Usage
rocco(input, ...)
Arguments
input
path of the input R Markdown file
...
arguments to be passed to knit2html
Details

The output HTML page supports resizing and hiding/showing the two columns. Move the cursor to the center of the page, and it will change to a bidirectional resize cursor; drag the cursor to resize the two columns. Press the key t to hide the code column (show the text column only), and press again to hide the text column (show code).

Value

  • An HTML file is written, and its name is returned.

References

The Docco package by Jeremy Ashkenas: https://github.com/jashkenas/docco

Aliases
  • rocco
Examples
rocco_view = function(input) {
    if (!file.exists(input)) 
        return()
    o = rocco(input, header = "", quiet = TRUE)
    if (interactive()) 
        browseURL(o)
}
# knit these two vignettes using the docco style
rocco_view(system.file("doc", "docco-classic.Rmd", package = "knitr"))
rocco_view(system.file("doc", "knit_expand.Rmd", package = "knitr"))
Documentation reproduced from package knitr, version 1.7, License: GPL

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