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R Flavored Markdown

I couldn’t resist:

R Flavored Markdown is a plain-text formatting syntax for creating documents that can be rendered to HTML. In fact it’s like HTML, but simpler. R Flavored Markdown is a variant of original Markdown with a few additional features:

  • Github Flavored Markdown (GFM) which supports source code blocks,
  • Sundown Markdown which implements GFM but contains additional extensions like support for tables and automatic substitution for typographical characters, and
  • Embedded Math Equations with MathJax (think latex).

Example input and output.

Original title and link: R Flavored Markdown (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://jeffreyhorner.tumblr.com/post/24404112057/announcing-the-r-markdown-package