# Markdown

## rmd: Easily Install, Load and Explore the R Markdown Family

Since 'rmarkdown' and 'knitr', more and more members (rticles, bookdown, mindr...) have been joining the R Markdown family. Users can write elegant reproducible documents, manuscripts, dissertations, books, blog posts, posters, and slides within the framework of R markdown. It is exciting, while the installation and maintenance becomes annoying. In the meanwhile, there are plenty of useful RStudio addins, which equip the RStudio IDE as a powerful markdown editor. However, these little tools are often hidden somewhere deep in the community, and it is difficult to dig them out.

With 'rmd' you can easily explore, install, and load them for both R users and non-users. Furthermore, 'rmd' provides a RStudio addin to explore the R Markdown family and install them with a single click.

Forget R, and enjoy the wonderful world of R Markdown.

## A template for Copernicus academic journals

Write academic papers of Copernicus journals with R markdown syntax.

By dapeng in cn

## R package bookdownplus 1.0.2 released on CRAN

bookdownplus is an extension of bookdown. More enhancements. Less operation.

## LaTeX equations in micrometeorology

Right click your mouse on an equation in this post - Show Math As - TeX Commands, and I get the LaTeX code of the equation immediately.

## R package mindr: convert markdown files to mind maps, and vice versa

Storm your brain! Enjoy the fun of mindmaps!

## R package postr: created posters with R markdown

My first self-developed R package.

## bookdownplus: an R package for writing Articles, Mails, Guitar Chords, Chemical Molecular Formulae and Equations with R bookdown

R bookdownplus extends the features of bookdown, and simplifies the procedure. Users only have to choose a template, clarify the book title and author name, and then focus on writing the text. No need to struggle in YAML and LaTeX.

## R bookdown cheatsheet

A summary of R bookdown usage and syntax.