Code for exploring a dataset: Thanks to Hal Parker for the data below! Save the following as "Garden zones.csv": R code is available at https://pastebin.com/kwwpqr5k.
The below can be saved, e.g., in a file called test.Rmd. It demonstrates inclusion of tables with captions, figures with captions, Pandoc-style references, and dynamic metadata (in the Abstact's word count). This assumes that the Papaja package is installed (see the link for installation instructions). Papaja provides easier access to APA-6th-edition-style manuscript formatting. In the … Continue reading An RMarkdown Document, Demonstrating Uses of Papaja
Following the poll we opened several weeks ago, we have selected a new meeting time for the winter/spring. Beginning on January 5th, we will begin meeting on Fridays from 01:00-02:30pm. We will be meeting in a new location, the Goldstein Electronic Classroom of the Weigle Information Commons (WIC) (See the “Finding Us” section of our home … Continue reading New, Winter/Spring-Term Meeting Time Starts 01/05
We are currently choosing a new time to meet during winter/spring 2018. If you would like to join us during the new term, please let us know which times work for you through our WhenIsGood poll. The poll closes on December 18th.
Liis Hantsoo presented the following code for using Plotly on September 22nd: