This document provides quick references to the most commonly used R Markdown syntax. See the following articles for more in-depth treatment of all the capabilities of R Markdown:

Emphasis

*italic*   **bold**

_italic_   __bold__

Headers

# Header 1

## Header 2

### Header 3

Lists

Unordered List:

* Item 1
* Item 2
    + Item 2a
    + Item 2b

Ordered List:

1. Item 1
2. Item 2
3. Item 3
    + Item 3a
    + Item 3b

R Code Chunks

R code will be evaluated and printed

```{r}
summary(cars$dist)
summary(cars$speed)
```

Inline R Code

There were `r nrow(cars)` cars studied

Images

Images on the web or local files in the same directory:

![](http://example.com/logo.png)

![optional caption text](figures/img.png)

Blockquotes

A friend once said:

> It's always better to give
> than to receive.

Plain Code Blocks

Plain code blocks are displayed in a fixed-width font but not evaulated

```
This text is displayed verbatim / preformatted
```

Inline Code

We defined the `add` function to
compute the sum of two numbers.
LaTeX Equations

LaTeX Equations

Inline equation:

$equation$

Display equation:

$$ equation $$

Horizontal Rule / Page Break

Three or more asterisks or dashes:

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Tables

First Header  | Second Header
------------- | -------------
Content Cell  | Content Cell
Content Cell  | Content Cell
Reference Style Links and Images

Manual Line Breaks

End a line with two or more spaces:

Roses are red,
Violets are blue.

Miscellaneous

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