workflowr (1.6.0)

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A Framework for Reproducible and Collaborative Data Science.

Provides a workflow for your analysis projects by combining literate programming ('knitr' and 'rmarkdown') and version control ('Git', via 'git2r') to generate a website containing time-stamped, versioned, and documented results.

Maintainer: John Blischak
Author(s): John Blischak [aut, cre] (<>), Peter Carbonetto [aut] (<>), Matthew Stephens [aut] (<>), Luke Zappia [ctb] (Instructions for hosting with GitLab), Pierre Formont [ctb] (Support for hosting with Shiny Server), Tim Trice [ctb] (Instructions for sharing common code), Jiaxiang Li [ctb] (Function wflow_toc() to create table of contents), Michael J. Kane [ctb] (<>, Option suppress_report)

License: MIT + file LICENSE

Uses: callr, fs, getPass, git2r, glue, httpuv, httr, knitr, rmarkdown, rprojroot, rstudioapi, stringr, whisker, yaml, testthat, devtools, shiny, covr, clipr, withr, miniUI, spelling

Released about 1 month ago.

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