Format for converting from R Markdown to an HTML notebook.
html_notebook( toc = FALSE, toc_depth = 3, toc_float = FALSE, number_sections = FALSE, fig_width = 7, fig_height = 5, fig_retina = 2, fig_caption = TRUE, code_folding = "show", theme = "default", highlight = "textmate", highlight_downlit = FALSE, math_method = "default", mathjax = "default", extra_dependencies = NULL, css = NULL, includes = NULL, md_extensions = NULL, pandoc_args = NULL, output_source = NULL, self_contained = TRUE, ... )
TRUE to include a table of contents in the output
Depth of headers to include in table of contents
TRUE to float the table of contents to the left of the
main document content. Rather than
TRUE you may also pass a list of
options that control the behavior of the floating table of contents. See the
Floating Table of Contents section below for details.
TRUE to number section headings
Default width (in inches) for figures
Default height (in inches) for figures
Scaling to perform for retina displays (defaults to 2, which
currently works for all widely used retina displays). Set to
prevent retina scaling. Note that this will always be
keep_md is specified (this is because
fig_retina relies on
outputting HTML directly into the markdown document).
TRUE to render figures with captions
Enable document readers to toggle the display of R code
"none" to display all code chunks. Specify
"show" to hide or show all R code chunks by
default, and let readers toggle the states on browsers. See the
One of the following:
bslib::bs_theme() object (or a list of
bslib::bs_theme() argument values)
Use this option for custom themes using Bootstrap 4 or 3.
In this case, any
.sass files provided to the
parameter may utilize the
theme's underlying Sass utilities
(e.g., variables, mixins, etc).
NULL for no theme (i.e., no
A character string specifying a Bootswatch 3 theme name (for backwards-compatibility).
Syntax highlight engine and style. See the Highlighting section below for details.
"default" (and "textmate") will use highlightjs as syntax highlighting engine instead of Pandoc.
Any other value will be passed as Pandoc's highlighting style. Pandoc's built-in styles include "tango", "pygments", "kate", "monochrome", "espresso", "zenburn", "haddock" and "breezedark".
Two custom styles are also included, "arrow", an accessible color scheme, and "rstudio", which mimics the default IDE theme. Alternatively, supply a path to a .theme to use a custom Pandoc style. Note that custom theme requires Pandoc 2.0+.
NULL to prevent syntax highlighting.
TRUE to use the downlit package as
syntax highlight engine to highlight inline code and R code chunks
(including providing hyperlinks to function documentation). The package
needs to be installed to use this feature.
Only Pandoc color schemes are supported with this engine. With
highlight = "default", it will use the accessible theme called
"arrow". To learn more about downlit highlighting engine, see
Math rendering engine to use. This will define the math method to use with Pandoc.
It can be a string for the engine, one of "mathjax", "mathml", "webtex", "katex", "gladtex", or "r-katex"
or "default" for
It can be a list of
engine: one of
"mathjax", "mathml", "webtex", "katex", or "gladtex".
url: A specific url to use with
Note that for
engine = "mathjax",
url = "local" will use a local version of MathJax (which is
copied into the output directory).
output: html_document: math_method: engine: katex url: https://firstname.lastname@example.org/dist
See Pandoc's Manual about Math in HTML for the details about Pandoc supported methods.
math_method = "r-katex" will opt-in server side rendering using
KaTeX thanks to katex R package. This is
useful compared to
math_method = "katex" to have no JS dependency, only a
CSS dependency for styling equation.
Include mathjax. The "default" option uses an https URL from a
MathJax CDN. The "local" option uses a local version of MathJax (which is
copied into the output directory). You can pass an alternate URL or pass
NULL to exclude MathJax entirely.
Extra dependencies as a list of the
html_dependency class objects typically generated by
CSS and/or Sass files to include. Files with an extension of .sass
or .scss are compiled to CSS via
sass::sass(). Also, if
theme is a
bslib::bs_theme() object, Sass code may reference the relevant Bootstrap
Sass variables, functions, mixins, etc.
Named list of additional content to include within the
document (typically created using the
Markdown extensions to be added or removed from the
default definition of R Markdown. See the
Additional command line options to pass to pandoc
Define an output source for R chunks (ie,
outputs to use instead of those produced by evaluating the
underlying R code). See
Produce a standalone HTML file with no external
dependencies. Defaults to
TRUE. In notebooks, setting this to
FALSE is not recommended, since the setting does not apply to
embedded notebook output such as plots and HTML widgets.
Additional function arguments to pass to the base R Markdown HTML
See the online
documentation for additional details on using the