A tutorial on how to interface an R Notebook with Overleaf
An R notebook is a tool of data analysis and writing where you can integrate literate programming within R. In order to use Rnotebook, you…
1. Convert at least 1 project repo to an installable #rstats package 2. Write a paper end-to-end in .Rmd not some #rmarkdown/#docx mess 3. Write a paper entirely in the cloud via
I wrote “A tutorial on how to interface an R Notebook with Overleaf”, where I show how you can use
together. I find it useful for data analysis and writing.
Great tutorial by
on how to connect an #Rstats®️Notebook in
🍃, an online publishing platform, using #git
Awesome!! “A tutorial on how to interface an R Notebook with Overleaf” by
I just published “A tutorial on how to interface an R Notebook with Overleaf”
Lots of useful workflow ideas here --- “A tutorial on how to interface an R Notebook with Overleaf” by
It's convenient that you can get an #RMarkdown-generated TeX-file into
via git. Unfortunately, this is a one-way street. You can't change R code afterwards because you can't go back to Rmd. Sadly, no solution to collaborative writing in Rmds.
Feature request: Can R Notebooks also be implemented into Authorea?:
That would be super useful.
This looks cool - how to combine R Studio, Git, and