I barely wrapped my head around R Markdown. Now I have to learn something new?
Backwards compatible (most everything you learned still works)
Consistent syntax (smooths over some weird R Markdown bumps)
Multi-language support (if that applies to you in the future)
Combine text, code, and outputs (figures etc). Great for scientific analysis!
Useful for all stages of the scientific analysis pipeline
Exploratory analysis (with collaborators!)
Technical writing (like cross-references and citations!)
Science communication (websites and more!)
You’re going to take breaks
Quarto keeps your notes, code, and figures in sync
Jump back in faster!
Send an email with links to updates
Keep progress in context
More in depth feedback, better planning
Create a figure in code
Give it a name e.g.,
Cross-reference it with
Quarto turns it into Figure 1
Look up the DOI
Use RStudio crossref lookup
Into Czapanskiy and Beltran (2022)