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#' These functions are wrappers around the \code{render_music_*} functions.
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#' They abstract the process of rendering a sheet music snippet to png and
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#' loading the rendered image back into R to be displayed as a plot in an open
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#' graphics device or inserted into an R markdown code chunk.
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#' graphics device or inserted into an R Markdown code chunk.
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#'
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#' While these functions abstract away the details of the process, this is not
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#' the same as making the plot completely in R. R is only displaying the
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#' intermediary png file. LilyPond is required to engrave the sheet music.
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#'
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#' For R markdown you can alternatively render the png using the corresponding
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#' For R Markdown you can alternatively render the png using the corresponding
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#' \code{render_music_*} function and then place it in the document explicitly
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#' using \code{knitr::include_graphics}.
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#' See \code{\link{render_music}} for more details.
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