[R: New Features on mindr] v.1.2.0 released: universal function and directory tree
Brief Intro and curriculum
'mindr' is an R package that can convert files between (R)markdown, R scripts, and mind maps. A brief introduction can be found in one of my previous posts:
Commit: v.1.2.0 'mm()', 'tree()', 'pandoc'.
The new version 1.2.0 mainly brings four exciting features.
- Suggested by @yihui, an argument of 'method' was added to each main functions. Users can choose the method of regular expression or pandoc to pick out the outline of a markdown file.
- Suggested by the issue from the users, now mindr can save the mind map as an HTML widget file and share the mind map on web.
- A new function
tree()can create a mind map from a directory on your computer. See the following image as a demo.
- A universal function
mm()can convert the file formats automatically according to the suffix of the input file. This is a big step of mindr, because
mm()wraps (almost) all the previous features into one function. Users do not have to memorize other functions.