I asked this in Stack Overflow but I didn't get any responses so far.
This is what I typically put at the top of my documents in R markdown:
--- title: Title author: Amar Al-Zubaidi date: \today mainfont: Inconsolata Nerd Font sansfont: Inconsolata Nerd Font monofont: Inconsolata Nerd Font fontsize: 11pt table-use-row-colors: true bibliography: /home/amarakon/Documents/bibliography.bib csl: /home/amarakon/Documents/Citations/apa-no-initials.csl classoption: letterpaper output: pdf_document: keep_tex: true latex_engine: xelatex template: eisvogel number_sections: true ---
I do pretty much the same thing for every document.
In fact, the only thing I change for every document is the title.
I want to know how I can put all of these values in a file (except for the title), and change my compile command to read that file when compiling. This is the command I use to compile:
R -e "rmarkdown::render('file.Rmd')"
My end goal is to only have to put something like this in my Rmarkdown document:
--- title: my-title ---