Ah, sorry I didn’t give a complete example. What you’re running into is a little funkiness in how narratives work, and it’s a little confusing at first.
The narrative headings (
# …) always have to be links to a Nextstrain dataset. In a typical slide, that dataset is shown in the right hand panel and the associated Markdown prose under the heading is shown in the left hand panel.
However, there’s a special-cased “fenced” block (
```) syntax you can use to also provide Markdown prose for the right hand panel instead of showing the dataset. This is what you’ll want to use to display the image there.
Here’s a complete example:
# [Zambia's three waves](https://nextstrain.org/groups/SC2ZamPub/ncov/africa/zambia)
The charts on the right hand side show the Tests, Test Positivity, Cases and Deaths for the 80 days before and after the peak of each of the three waves as follows:
1. Wave 1: 2020-05-13 to 2020-10-20
2. Wave 2: 2020-11-06 to 2021-04-15
3. Wave 3: 2021-04-13 to 2021-09-20
A few key observations can be made:
+ Wave 1 had signifiucantly lower testing than the other waves
+ Test positivity was the most consistent metric between all three waves, with wave 2 having the lowest positivity
+ Cases and deaths were significantly higher in wave 3
![plot with four panels, showing …](https://nextstrain-sc2zampub.s3.amazonaws.com/zambiawaves.png)