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Fast-track publishing using knitr: the setup using .RProfile with custom CSS + some HTML goodies (part II)

January 3, 2014
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Fast-track publishing using knitr: the setup using .RProfile with custom CSS + some HTML goodies (part II)

Fast-track publishing using knitr is a short is a short series on how I use knitr to get my articles faster published. This is part II where I will show how you can tweak RStudio into producing seamless MS Word-integration by using the .RProfile together with CSS, a few basics about HTML that might be...

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Fast-track publishing using knitr: intro (part I)

December 30, 2013
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Fast-track publishing using knitr: intro (part I)

Fast-track publishing using knitr is a short series on how I use knitr to get my articles faster published. By fast-track publishing I mean eliminating as many of the obstacles as possible during the manuscript phase, and not the fast-track some journals offer. In this first introductory article I will try to (1) define the main groups of...

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The forestplot of dreams

December 8, 2013
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The forestplot of dreams

Displaying large regression models without overwhelming the reader can be challenging. I believe that forestplots are amazingly well suited for this. The plot gives a quick understanding of the estimates position in comparison to other estimates, while also showcasing the uncertainty. This project started with some minor tweaks to prof. Thomas Lumleys forestplot and ended up in a...

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Too crude to be true?

October 8, 2013
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Too crude to be true?

The key to programming is being lazy; it has actually been called a virtue by some. When I discovered the update() function it blew me away. Within short I had created a monster based upon this tiny function, allowing quick and easy output of regression tables that contain crude and adjusted estimates. In this post I’ll show...

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Visualizing transitions with the transitionPlot function

June 19, 2013
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Visualizing transitions with the transitionPlot function

A transition between states - the above is a simulation of before and after surgery where I've highlighted the large proportion that...

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Getting to the point – an alternative to the bezier arrow

May 21, 2013
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Getting to the point – an alternative to the bezier arrow

An alternative bezier arrow to the regular grid-bezier. Apart from a cool gradient it has the advantages of: exact width, exact start/end points and axis...

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Using the SVD to find the needle in the haystack

April 19, 2013
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Using the SVD to find the needle in the haystack

Sitting with a data set with too many variables? The SVD can be a valuable...

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Exporting plain, lattice, or ggplot graphics

March 6, 2013
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Exporting plain, lattice, or ggplot graphics

A blend between a basic scatterplot, lattice scatterplot and a ggplot In a recent post I compared the Cairo packages with the base package for exporting graphs. Matt Neilson was kind enough to share in...

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Exporting nice plots in R

February 25, 2013
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Exporting nice plots in R

It's not always easy getting the right size. The image is CC by Kristina Gill. A vital part of statistics is producing nice plots, an area where R is outstanding. The graphical ablility of R...

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Tables from R into Word

February 5, 2013
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Tables from R into Word

A good looking table matters! This tutorial is on how to create a neat table in Word by combining knitr and R Markdown. I'll be using my own function, htmlTable, from the Gmisc package. Background: Because most journals that I submit to want...

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