I have prepared two templates for your academic reports. A first one using LaTeX only, and a second one using RMarkdown.

# 1 Using LaTeX

I suppose that you are familiar with LaTeX.

If you want to have a look at the final output that you will be able to get:

# 2 Using RMarkdown

## 2.1 Resources

If you want to produce academic reports using RMarkdown, I have prepared a template which can generate either HTML or PDF reports.

If you are not familiar with RMarkdown, you can read this small notebook:

## 2.2 Prior requirements

Some R packages are required: tidyverse, DT, kabble, kableExtra, knitr. If these packages are note installed, please run the following line in the R console:

install.packages("tidyverse")
install.packages("DT")
install.packages("kabble")
install.packages("kableExtra")
install.packages("knitr")

In addition, to be able to compile the document to get the final output in a PDF format, a LaTeX engine is required. A very simple way to get one is to execute the following code in the R console:

tinytex::install_tinytex()

If you want to customize the theme, you can look in the following files: - for HTML documents: assets/style.css. - for PDF documents: assets/style_rapport_amu.css

## 2.3 Preview of the final output

If you want to have a look at the final output that you will be able to get: