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\title{\LARGE {\bf My awesome thesis dissertaion title}\\
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\author{Monika Kudelska}
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# Introduction {#intro}
Background and introduction chapter
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# Methods {#methods}
Methods chapter.
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# Results {#results-1}
First results chapter.
(ref:mpg-plot) Car engine size versus fuel efficiency. The mpg data contains observations collected by the US Environmental Protection Agency on 38 models of car.
```{r mpg,echo=FALSE,fig.cap ='(ref:mpg-plot)', fig.scap='Car engine size versus fuel efficiency',out.extra='',fig.align='center',cache=TRUE,warning=FALSE,fig.pos="H"}
ggplot(data = mpg) +
geom_point(mapping = aes(x = displ, y = hwy, color = class))
```
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# Results {#results-2}
Second results chapter. Here's a reference: [@abe2009].
```{r mpg-table, echo=FALSE, cache=TRUE}
kable(head(mpg[, 1:8], 10), "latex", caption = "A table of the first 10 rows of the mpg data set", booktabs = T) %>%
kable_styling(latex_options = c("hold_position"))
```
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# Discussion {#discussion}
Discussion chapter.
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# Appendix A {-}
First appendix
# Appendix B {-}
Second appendix
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# References {-}
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