Module 38 Rmarkdown with malaria


1. Start a new Rmarkdown file Name it “malaria.Rmd”.

2. Set up your work space by loading the ggplot2, dplyr, tidytext, gsheet, wordcloud2, sentimentr, and lubridate packages.

3. Read in your malaria data by running the following:

4. Populate your Rmarkdown file with some section headers: Introduction, Methods, Results.

5. Under “Introduction” and “Methods”, write some text describing (a) what you want to discover and (b) how you are going to discover it.

6. Carry out your analysis IN your Rmarkdown file.

7. Write your results section.

8. Post your report/analysis to slack.