As mentioned within the Learning Material & Getting Started section, install and load the following function(s).
During this session, we will not be using any additional data, rather only using those data sets available through the tidyverse.
Section 1: Rmarkdown Basics
Exercise 1: Open a new R markdown presentation & create 4 empty normal slides, and load the tidyverse library into the presentation
Exercise 2: Load the data set
msleep, from the tidyverse package & on the first slide, bullet point any 10 of the animals
Exercise 3: On the second slide, numerically list the top 5 heaviest animals
Section 2: Specifying Metadata
Exercise 4: In the metadata, specify the following:
Exercise 5: In addition, ensure that bullet points are displayed incrementally & reduce the font size.
Section 3: Structuring Presentations
Exercise 6: Restructure the first slide to divide it into 2 columns, 5 animals in each column
Exercise 7: Center the text in the second slide
Exercise 8: Convert the third slide to a Heading slide, labelled Sleep Relationships.
Section 4: Code & Script in Presentations
Exercise 9: Insert a code chunk on slide 4, displaying a summary of columns 3 to 8 of msleep data, ensure to include the code on the slide.
Exercise 10: Insert a code chunk on slide 5, which displays a scatter plot between brain weight and body weight. Which does not include the code on the slide.
Exercise 11: Edit the metadata on slide 5, so that all the code can be seen and the text is built incrementally
Section 5: Pre-built Presentations Themes
Exercise 12: Change the output of the presentation to: beamer_presentation.
Exercise 13: Looking on the sites mentioned, add in a theme, colortheme and fonttheme.
Section 6: Exporting Presentations
Exercise 14: Export the presentation through ioslide as a HTML
Exercise 15: Export the presentation through beamer as a PDF