On the Programmatic Generation of Reproducible Documents

23 Jun 2020 Michael J. Kane Simon Urbanek

Reproducible document standards, like R Markdown, facilitate the programmatic creation of documents whose content is itself programmatically generated. While these documents are generally not complete in the sense that they will not include prose content, generated by an author to provide context, a narrative, etc., programmatic generation can provide substantial efficiencies for structuring and constructing documents... (read more)

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