Rendering Mermaid Diagrams on a Hugo Website Using Quarto

I find a lot of the methods for drawing diagrams and flow charts using code to be a bit of a nightmare. I’m not sure what it is, perhaps I’m just a bit stupid, but they always seem a little more convoluted than I can handle. It’s possible that the design is actually of some value when it comes to drawing diagrams that are much larger and more complicated than I am generally dealing with, but in my case, it always seems to be a lot of work for what little I’m trying to do....

September 17, 2022 · 5 min · 1065 words

Setting up a Hugo Website with Quarto

Like every other nerd that likes R and has used RMarkdown more than one time in their entire life, I am now in the process of transitioning to using Quarto, and I want to let the world know! I wanted to make good use of Quarto, including utilising the really nice job it does with rendering R, Python, Julia, and JavaScript (not that I’m writing a lot of Julia or JavaScript) and outputting it in a HTML document....

September 11, 2022 · 4 min · 852 words