R Journal format.Source:
Format for creating R Journal articles. Adapted from https://journal.r-project.org/submissions.html.
Keep the intermediate tex file used in the conversion to PDF
The LaTeX package to process citations,
defaultif neither package is to be used, which means citations will be processed via the command
This file is only a basic article template. For full details of The R Journal style and information on how to prepare your article for submission, see the Instructions for Authors
rticles::rjournal_article will help you build the correct files requirements:
A R file will be generated automatically using
knitr::purl- see https://bookdown.org/yihui/rmarkdown-cookbook/purl.html for more information.
A tex file will be generated from this Rmd file and correctly included in
RJwapper.texas expected to build
All figure files will be kept in the default rmarkdown
*_filesfolder. This happens because
keep_tex = TRUEby default in
Only the bib filename is to be modified. An example bib file is included in the template (
RJreferences.bib) and you will have to name your bib file as the tex, R, and pdf files.
This section documents some of the YAML fields that can be used with this formats.
|required||name and surname of the author|
|required||name of the author's affiliation|
|required||at least one address line for the affiliation|
|optional||an additional url for the author or the main affiliation|
|optional||the authors ORCID if available|
|required||the author's e-mail address|
|optional||name of the author's 2nd affiliation|
|optional||address lines belonging to the author's 2nd affiliation|
Please note: Only one