.RMD File Extension
File Type 1R Markdown File
What is an RMD file?
An RMD file is an R Markdown file created using RStudio, an open source Integrated Development Environment (IDE) for the R programming language. It contains YAML metadata, markdown-formatted plain text, and chunks of R code that, when rendered using RStudio, combine to form a sophisticated data analysis document.
Because RMD files can contain both markdown-formatted text and chunks of R code, statisticians and data scientists use them to create dynamic presentations, reports, and other documents. This allows these users to write their reports, embed R-based data summaries within them, and export the reports to a more usable format, using just one file.
Using RStudio, you can convert R Markdown files to a number of other formats, including .HTML, .PDF, .DOCX, and .PPTX. When R Studio converts an RMD file to another format, it executes the code contained within the file, creating the graphs or other data summaries that appear in the converted file.
How do I open an RMD file?
Typically, you should open an RMD file in RStudio, as it supports RMD syntax and can actually execute the code contained within an RMD file. However, if you wish to simply view the contents of an RMD file, you can open it using any text editor.
File Type 2RED Metadata File
.RMD File Association 2
An RMD file is a video metadata file created by REDCINE-X, a video editing software for RED digital video cameras. It saves a "look," or editing perspective, for an .R3D RED video file. RMD files allow color adjustments, sharpness, or other settings to be saved.
File Type 3Reference Manager Data File
.RMD File Association 3
An RMD file is a data file created by Reference Manager, an application used for creating bibliographies. It saves the references for the bibliography and is also saved with a separate .RMX index file. RMD files are used for storing citations and other references.
File Type 4RealPlayer Media File
.RMD File Association 4
An RMD file is a media file used by RealPlayer, a multimedia playback and streaming program. It may include audio or video data, or a reference to a streaming media location that is played back while it is downloaded. RMD files are often used for standalone audio and video, or Internet radio and video streams.