After additional research, I found Keenwrite, a java based cross platform editor with string interpolation built in, and it has R integration built in. Since my use case is rather simple — and since I'm certainly no programmer or data analyst — I think Keenwrite may be just what I've been looking for.
Hi everybody, here's my use case —
I have several related documents that all use the same placeholders, to be replaced by the same text. In my case, the text to replace includes things like client names, addresses, and so forth.
Ideally, I want to write a single yaml frontmatter with all the params defined, to replace the paramater placeholders in all of the separate documents.
The goal is to avoid having to re-write (or copy & paste) the yaml params list in the header of each separate document.
The reason I have to use separate documents is because:
- I'm producing Word documents; and
- there is presently no way to restart page numbering (from page 1) by section.
Despite several hours of research, I haven't found an answer. Any help the community can provide would be greatly appreciated.