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Commit 1c80f561 authored by Lorenz Walthert's avatar Lorenz Walthert
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...@@ -26,19 +26,19 @@ In a nutshell, bookdown works as follows: ...@@ -26,19 +26,19 @@ In a nutshell, bookdown works as follows:
* use pandoc to convert markdown to latex, pdf, word, html books (with featuers * use pandoc to convert markdown to latex, pdf, word, html books (with featuers
like font size, background selection, full text search etc), epub. like font size, background selection, full text search etc), epub.
The basic workflow is as follows: The basic workflow in RStudio is as follows:
* Open the RStudio project.
* Change a source file: In our template, the source of the body of the thesis * Change a source file: In our template, the source of the body of the thesis
is under `./rmd/`. For example, change `02-features.Rmd`. To make sure only is under `./rmd/`. For example, change `02-features.Rmd`. To make sure only
files from this directory are used, get the devel versio of bookdown and files from this directory are used, get the devel versio of bookdown and
add a corresponding confirugartion add a corresponding confirugartion
(for details, see https://github.com/rstudio/bookdown/issues/242). (for details, see https://github.com/rstudio/bookdown/issues/242).
* Re-compile the book using Cmd + Shift + B (for build) on a Mac and Ctrl + * Re-compile the book using Cmd + Shift + B (for build) on a Mac and Ctrl +
Shift + B on Windows / Linux. Shift + B on Windows / Linux.
* You can customize the build in the RStudio Build Tab, where you can specify * You can customize the build in the RStudio Build Tab, where you can specify
which output (html, pdf, etc.) you want to generate. This is remembered for the which output (html, pdf, etc.) you want to generate. This is remembered for the
next build you are doing.s next build you are doing.
**Getting started** **Getting started**
...@@ -47,6 +47,9 @@ repository: origin, which refers to the fork. Add the upstream repo as an ...@@ -47,6 +47,9 @@ repository: origin, which refers to the fork. Add the upstream repo as an
upstream remote so you can later rebase on it in case you need. We recommend upstream remote so you can later rebase on it in case you need. We recommend
using ssh over https. using ssh over https.
If you are not familar with git, you can also simply download the repo.
However, we strongly recommend using version control for your thesis.
**Why using bookdown** **Why using bookdown**
The advantages of using bookdown instead of plain LaTeX are, in the eyes of the The advantages of using bookdown instead of plain LaTeX are, in the eyes of the
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