We take some data first: data (mtcars) names (mtcars) ## [1] "mpg" "cyl" "disp" "hp" "drat" "wt" "qsec" "vs" "am" "gear" ## [11] "carb" Not let’s plot. You signed in with another tab or window. 14.7 Use knitr::knit_expand() to generate Rmd source; 14.8 Allow duplicate labels in code chunks (*) 14.9 A more transparent caching mechanism. to your account. Tables are not quite so easy, but the ability to produce fully reproducible tables is really important. 6.2.4 Main column figures. This prints the number of the page where the object labeled by markerappears. Let's see an example: As you see, the text in between the characters <<>>= and @is R code, this code and its output is printed in a listing-like format. Let’s look at some ways how to size a figure with RMarkdown. Floats are containers for things in a document that cannot be broken over a page. At the … Sign up for a free GitHub account to open an issue and contact its maintainers and the community. The author of caption is active on TeX.SX, so we might get response from there. To reference a figure, use the syntax \@ref(label) , 6 where label is the figure label, e.g., fig:foo . We are using a few more chunk options as well. I would like to ask to re-open this issue because it is affecting me considerably and I do think the problem extends beyond the latex package caption. Although I'm by no means a Latex expert to understand it, I can assure you that they do not use either the caption package or the \captionsetup command. Sign in privacy statement. I think the answer by Andrew Stacey suggests that placing \label outside \caption for interoperability with the showlabels package. This old thread has been automatically locked. The label of a figure environment is generated from the label of the code chunk, e.g., if the chunk label is foo, the figure label will be fig:foo (the prefix fig: is added before foo). Sign up for a free GitHub account to open an issue and contact its maintainers and the community. Figures are really easy in knitr. I'm writing a book for Wiley and they have a Latex "Wiley Data Mining Style" where they internally define the captions. You signed in with another tab or window. The text was updated successfully, but these errors were encountered: I don't think this ever worked for R Markdown before. Already on GitHub? []() and Pandoc will convert Markdown to LaTeX. Successfully merging a pull request may close this issue. Figures are super easy in knitr. If a setting exists in both packages the rmarkdown value will be used. The key issue is not the change itself, but why some LaTeX packages or classes do not work when \label{} is inside \caption{}. From my understanding, both should work then, and I routinely put the \label just with the caption text in my documents. 4.7 Cross-referencing within documents. Compiled with texmath 0.8.4, highlighting-kate 0.6. By clicking “Sign up for GitHub”, you agree to our terms of service and Hmm, but surely the figure caption should work even if the label does not? Personally I'm more comfortable with the label inside caption. 9 Figures, Tables, Captions.. You need figures and tables in your own writing, whether it be a journal paper, an internal document, or some documentation. The first, p1b, is just a label that allows us to refer to it by name. The purpose of knitr is to allow reproducible research in R through the means of Literate Programming.It is licensed under the GNU General Public License. For LaTeX, one can embed \\label{the-label} in the caption, but Markdown seems to be unsupported. using fig.env puts \label{...} inside \caption{...} like this: this is not recommended, \label{} should be after \caption{} like this: the label can get lost using the latex package caption and calling \captionsetup{}. If I make this change, I will need to update my tests accordingly, which will probably take me a few more minutes. Make sure you have knitr and kfigr installed, use `devtools::install_github("github mkoohafkan/kfigr")` to install kfigr: 3. Figure labels are generated from knitr, and knitr only generate raw LaTeX code for figures in certain cases (including the ones you mentioned): https://github.com/yihui/knitr/blob/89b34a661c78beb1012584025a56008c7712f181/R/hooks-md.R#L7-L13 In other cases, it generates Markdown ! We’ll occasionally send you account related emails. I don't know if moving \label outside breaks other things. Figure 6.4 shows what a figure looks like in the main column. That's a tough one... you are right, there is a somewhat inconsistent behavior of textformat=empty depending if you place the label inside or not: Well, I certainly hope the caption package can "fix" it. As you can see, the caption ends up at the bottom of the figure. It's important to add \label after a numbered element e.g. Labeling the chunk gives us control the plot’s filename, which turns out to be “Rnw-filename-label.pdf” (Rnw is a Sweave file extension). Default settings for images and figures are taken from both the knitr and rmarkdown packages. You may try the bookdown package (https://bookdown.org), and the output format bookdown::pdf_document2. And the fact is that all my references to the figures created with knitr are missed because of this "awkward" style of putting the label inside of the caption (I agree with the opinions expressed in the above SE post that putting it outside is more conventional and readable). For chunks in your doc that produce a figure or table for which you want a caption, be sure to include a label in the chuck options line. Cross-referencing is a useful way of directing your readers through your document, and can be automatically done within R Markdown. However if you leave fig.retina blank in your R chunk it will apply the default rmarkdown … This prints the number assigned to the object labeled by marker. Let me see if I can do it today. to your account. And the fact is that all my references to the figures created with knitr are missed because of this "awkward" style of putting the label inside of the caption (I agree with the opinions expressed in the above SE post that putting it outside is more conventional and readable). Next we are using the option fig.pos="H", this tells knitr to include it with a certain position. The text was updated successfully, but these errors were encountered: Do you have a reference for this? For now, the most convenient way to generate a table is the function knitr::kable(), because there are some internal tricks in knitr to make it work with bookdown and users do not have to know anything about these implementation details. The filename of figure files is the combination of options fig.path and label.This function returns the path of figures for the current chunk by default. In case you prefer the figures not to have the filename of your source-file, there is a Sweave option that globally controls the figure-filename-prefix and the directory to which they are saved: 2.5 Tables. Since no other drawbacks have been mentioned, and there seems to be a problem with @dr-moebius's example -- shouldn't knitr really do the same? I know I could use par(mfrow=c(1,2)), but I've done a lot of work making the figures just right as they are. We’ll occasionally send you account related emails. For the most part, you don’t need to do anything. There is an SE post: http://tex.stackexchange.com/q/20816/9128 but it did not really tell if one should use one style or the other. The marker can be seen as a name that we give to the object that we want to reference. Have a question about this project? 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