I was looking for a way to review codes and resulting statistics and plots. here:
I've been looking for a Ipython-notebook style workspace for R, and here are some great resources in using Rmd to generate R reports in HTML including source code and results:
As I was experimenting with it, there are two choices you can do.
1. you can create a rmd document from scratch, this is nice if you are writing a report, so that you can put things that are worth showing only, and it's simpler than writing in html.
2.you can also just do the normal thing in which you have a plain .r file with codes and comments in it. just make sure everything can compile in this file, and then you can use the button on the far right in r-studio editor window to automatically generate a html file with all results and plots in it.
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