The EPUB e-book formatSource:
Convert a book to the EPUB format, which is is an e-book format supported by many readers, such as Amazon Kindle Fire and iBooks on Apple devices.
epub_book( fig_width = 5, fig_height = 4, dev = "png", fig_caption = TRUE, number_sections = TRUE, toc = FALSE, toc_depth = 3, stylesheet = NULL, cover_image = NULL, metadata = NULL, chapter_level = 1, epub_version = c("epub3", "epub", "epub2"), md_extensions = NULL, global_numbering = !number_sections, pandoc_args = NULL, template = "default" )
- fig_width, fig_height, dev, fig_caption
Figure options (width, height, the graphical device, and whether to render figure captions).
Whether to number sections.
- toc, toc_depth
Whether to generate a table of contents, and its depth.
A character vector of paths to CSS stylesheets to be applied to the eBook.
The path to a cover image.
The path to the EPUB metadata file.
The level by which the e-book is split into separate “chapter” files.
Whether to use version 3 or 2 of EPUB. This correspond to Pandoc's supported output format.
"epub"is an alias for
"epub3"since Pandoc 2.0 and
"epub2"for earlier version.
A character string of Pandoc Markdown extensions.
TRUE, number figures and tables globally throughout a document (e.g., Figure 1, Figure 2, ...). If
FALSE, number them sequentially within sections (e.g., Figure 1.1, Figure 1.2, ..., Figure 5.1, Figure 5.2, ...). Note that
global_numbering = FALSEwill not work with
number_sections = FALSEbecause sections are not numbered.
A vector of additional Pandoc arguments.
Pandoc template to use for rendering. Pass
"default"to use Pandoc's built-in template; pass a path to use a custom template. The default pandoc template should be sufficient for most use cases. In case you want to develop a custom template, we highly recommend to start from the default EPUB templates at https://github.com/jgm/pandoc-templates/.