Usage of YYiki.


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Wikilinks work: [[Home]] create the link to the Home page in the wiki: Home


To create a code block, use three back ticks (GitHub markdown). You can specify the language.

python```` ```` import pandas as pd```` ```` ````

import pandas as pd

How about long lines?

a_dict = dict([(x, y) for x in alist and y in another_list if x > 0 and y > 0])

It works for other languages by specifying the language.

require 'redcarpet'
markdown ="Hello World!")
puts markdown.to_html


See also Equations

Put a LaTeX equation inside double dollar signs for a ‘display math’ item and single dollar signs for inline math.

You can also do inline equations using $ and $. For instance, $x=y$ produces .

Margin notes

Because it uses tufte.css, you can use the sidenoteWhich is a bit cumbersome to use. as well as the marginnoteThis is without the number..

<label for="mn-demo" class="margin-toggle">&#8853;</label>
<input type="checkbox" id="mn-demo" class="margin-toggle"/>
<span class="marginnote">Margin note test</span>

This code will produce a margin note like this. Margin note test.


This<label for="sn-demonstration" class="margin-toggle sidenote-number"</label>
<input type="checkbox" id="sn-demonstration" class="margin-toggle"/>
<span class="sidenote"> creates something like this.</span>

This<label for=”sn-demonstration” class=”margin-toggle sidenote-number”creates something like this.



You can change the size of the displayed image by putting the number after “|” in the alt-text.

![alt text|400](url)