If you see this, it means my rmd file is succesfully compiled to a webpage.
Now I will draw a plot to display 100 random numbers.
x <- 1:100 y <- rnorm(100, 100, 100) plot(x, y) abline(h = 100)
In this example, I ran
blogdown::build_site() after I wrote the contents, but I received an error like this:
Error in loadNamespace(name) : there is no package called ‘xaringan’ Calls: local … tryCatch -> tryCatchList -> tryCatchOne ->
Execution halted Error in buildone(unlist(files[i, ])) : Failed to compile content/en/2017-05-04-second-test-for-rmd-file.Rmd to content/en/2017-05-04-second-test-for-rmd-file.md Execution halted Error in runscript(“R/build.R”, as.character(local)) : Failed to run R/build.R
I do not well understand why “xaringan” is needed, but anyway, I installed “xaringan”, then rebuilt this file. Now I can see a new markdown file generated, and I git added this file, commited, and pushed to the github repo（Maybe you feel curious about the tense I used here, the same feeling that in the letter, you see, “I hope to send some money to you with this letter, but unfortunately the envelope is already sealed”）.
Now I hope you can see it online.