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Going Deeper with R
Advanced Data Wrangling and Analysis
- Importing Data
- Tidy Data
- Reshaping Data
- Dealing with Missing Data
- Changing Variable Types
- Advanced Variable Creation
- Advanced Summarizing
- Binding Data Frames
- Merging Data
- Renaming Variables
- Quick Interlude to Reorganize our Code
- Exporting Data
Advanced Data Visualization
- Data Visualization Best Practices
- Tidy Data
- Pipe Data Into ggplot
- Reorder Plots to Highlight Findings
- Line Charts
- Use Color to Highlight Findings
- Use the scales Package for Nicely Formatted Values
- Use Direct Labeling
- Use Axis Text Wisely
- Use Titles to Highlight Findings
- Use Color in Titles to Highlight Findings
- Use Annotations to Explain
- Tweak Spacing
- Customize Your Theme
- Customize Your Fonts
- Try New Plot Types
- Advanced Markdown Text Formatting
- Advanced YAML
- Inline R Code
- Making Your Reports Shine: Word Edition
- Making Your Reports Shine: HTML Edition
- Making Your Reports Shine: PDF Edition
- Other Formats
- You Did It!
Making Your Reports Shine: Word Edition
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Use a reference document to change the look and feel of your report when knitted to Word
Daniel Hadley talks about using reference documents to brand RMarkdown reports in this video from rstudio::conf 2018.
Richard Layton also has an article on reference documents on the RStudio website.