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Making Your Reports Shine: HTML Edition

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Change the theme of your report by adding a theme option to your YAML. Use any of the following options: "cerulean", "cosmo", "flatly", "journal", "lumen", "paper", "readable", "sandstone", "simplex", "spacelab", "united", and "yeti"

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The list of themes I referenced in this video are found in RMarkdown: The Definitive Guide.

The other themes/collections of themes I mentioned are below:

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Abby Isaacson

Abby Isaacson

June 10, 2021

David can you remind me (or what class call it was on), how do you recommend sharing final html report links? I've learned I can't share the file link from R Studio, because that's just a file link to my desktop. When I push the html to Github, it's jibber. Do I have to host the link on a free site?