Hello. I’m using Atom as my R coding platform, because it offers the best voice-coding integration/support. I’m following along with an online course, and I have found all the workarounds/packages, I need to do this lesson entirely in Atom, except for the last step. When I output the R markdown document, I get the R code I put in, instead of the output for that R code (tables and figures). In the raw markdown document, I can successfully run the code and get the appropriate output using a Hydrogen/Rbox set up, but the graphs and figures don’t display in the preview, or the created HTML or PDF file. There seems to be some discussion around this from 2016,and I’ve explored the following resources.
- Old discussion thread
- The 2016 article, The current state of R support in Atom
- An apparently defunct Rmarkdown grammar on GitHub
However, Atom, it’s packages, and R integration, seem to have come a long way since 2016. Have I missed something simple, or is there still no straightforward way to integrate graphs and tables from R into markdown documents within Atom?