M. Beausoleil M. Beausoleil - 3 months ago 47
Markdown Question

Working with subdirectories with RMarkdown

I'm writing a markdown document but I want to organize my folders so that it's easier to store all my things for my document.

I have some images that I want to put in the document but they are stored in a subfolder called

Images
relative to the .RMD document.

How can I set this so that I don't have this error:

pandoc: Could not fetch New%20file.png
New file.png: openBinaryFile: does not exist (No such file or directory)
Error: pandoc document conversion failed with error 67
Execution halted


Here is my code:

---
title: "Markdown Tutorial"
author: "Me"
date: "August 18, 2016"
output: html_document
---

```{r setup, include=FALSE}
knitr::opts_chunk$set(echo = TRUE, fig.path='Images/')
```

# Creating and Setting Your Document

To create your first markdown document, open up RStudio and clic on File > New File > R Markdown...

![Creating a new Markdow](New file.png)

Answer

Put the full path in your Rmarkdown:

# Creating and Setting Your Document

To create your first markdown document, open up RStudio and clic on File > New File > R Markdown... 

![Creating a new Markdow](Images/fig1.png)
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