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# R Book
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This file file serves as your book's preface, a great place to describe your book's content and ideas.

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# GitBook

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I use GitBook to create this book.  [The full-on documentation is here](https://toolchain.gitbook.com/setup.html).
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Because nobody reads docs anymore, here's how you set this up to be productive.  Fire up a bash prompt \(yes, this works on Windows too\).

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sudo su
apt-get install npm  #gets you node, etc
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npm install gitbook-cli -g
```

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You don't necessarily need to do the above if you just want to modify some content and check it in to git.  This can be done with a text editor or with the [GitBook Editor](https://www.gitbook.com/editor).  

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