R-Based AutoDoc

Steph Locke talks R-based auto-documentation:

When I needed to do an rmarkdown repository for making R Consortium Infrastructure Proposals, I was able to take the opportunity to take Jan’s code and move forward with it so that the ISC proposal is always web-facing. Here’s how I did it:

She’s using this to build the satRday planning site.

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