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Pandoc Markdown Demo

Put your bibliography into literature.bib.

Your markdown files are processed in alphabetic order.

In this section we will see what you can do with Markdown.

Some simple formatting

We can write in italic, bold, monospace and strike-through.

We can use sub- and superscripts, like: H2O and 210 is 1024.

Some inline LaTeX-style math – \(f(x)=x^{\sqrt{2}}\) – and also display math:

\[ e^{i\pi} -1 = 0 \]

Referencing

We can link to external sites.

We are now in the first section and see what is possible.

Nameless links: https://google.com and sam@green.eggs.ham Write me!

This is a proper citation (Wilkinson et al. 2016).

Here is a a footnote reference1. Here is an inline note.2

This paragraph won’t be part of the note, because it isn’t indented.

Quoting

This is a block quote. This paragraph has two lines.

  1. This is a list inside a block quote.
  2. Second item.

Another one:

This is a block quote.

A block quote within a block quote.

Some code

if (a > 3) {
  moveShip(5 * gravity, DOWN);
}

More code

if (a > 3) {
  moveShip(5 * gravity, DOWN);
}
def test():
  println("hello world!")

Preserve manual spacing:

The limerick packs laughs anatomical
In space that is quite economical.
   But the good ones I’ve seen
   So seldom are clean
And the clean ones so seldom are comical

Various kinds of lists

A tight list

A loose list

A nested list:

An ordered list:

  1. one
  2. two
  3. three

With manual number styling:

  1. Ninth
  2. Tenth
  3. Eleventh
    1. subone
    2. subtwo
    3. subthree

A task list:

Definition lists

Term 1

Definition 1

Term 2 with inline markup

Definition 2

{ some code, part of Definition 2 }

Third paragraph of definition 2.

Term 3
Definition 3
Term 4
Definition 4a
Definition 4b
  1. This is a good example.

We can refer to our example (1) which illustrates, …

A horizontal rule:


Tables

Demonstration of simple table syntax.
Right Left Center Default
12 12 12 12
123 123 123 123
1 1 1 1

Or without header:

12 12 12 12
123 123 123 123
1 1 1 1

Or with multiple lines:

Here’s the caption. It, too, may span multiple lines.
Centered Header Default Aligned Right Aligned Left Aligned
First row 12.0 Example of a row that spans multiple lines.
Second row 5.0 Here’s another one. Note the blank line between rows.
Sample grid table.
Fruit Price Advantages
Bananas $1.34
  • built-in wrapper
  • bright color
Oranges $2.10
  • cures scurvy
  • tasty

Colons mark alignment:

Right Left Centered
Bananas $1.34 built-in wrapper

For headerless tables, the colons go on the top line instead:

Right Left Centered
Demonstration of pipe table syntax.
Right Left Default Center
12 12 12 12
123 123 123 123
1 1 1 1

Graphics

You can embed graphics:

You can embed graphics also in subdirectories:

Or you can scale the images:

Wilkinson, Mark D, Michel Dumontier, IJsbrand Jan Aalbersberg, Gabrielle Appleton, Myles Axton, Arie Baak, Niklas Blomberg, et al. 2016. “The Fair Guiding Principles for Scientific Data Management and Stewardship.” Scientific Data 3 (1): 1–9.


  1. This is another note.↩︎

  2. Inlines notes are easier to write, since you don’t have to pick an identifier and move down to type the note.↩︎