448 search results for "knitr"

knitr documents with tikzDevice graphics

April 13, 2013
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Setting up tikzDevice output in knitr may be a frustrating task, but gives outstandingly aesthetic, LaTeX-like figures. Here are my global knitr settings for typesetting documents in Polish (in UTF-8, make sure your R also runs in a Unicode locale…Read more ›

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Configure Kile for knitr under GNU/Linux

April 13, 2013
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Kile – a convenient LaTeX editor – may also be used to prepare knitr-generated reports. Here is how we may make our work much more efficient with a convenient compile-on-keypress feature. Create a bash script in your home directory, named…Read more ›

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Test from knitr to wordpress

April 4, 2013
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Test from knitr to wordpress

Title This is an R Markdown document. Markdown is a simple formatting syntax for authoring web pages (click the MD toolbar button for help on Markdown). When you click the Knit HTML button a web page will be generated that includes both content as well as the output of any embedded R code chunks within

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Production Quality Report with R and knitr on Yen

March 22, 2013
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Sometimes I actually use my experiments for real work.  For example, I wanted to send an update  on the Japanese Yen.  This was a great opportunity to use the chart created in Shading and Points with xtsExtra plot.xts.I was fairly please...

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knitr2wordpress and gradient_cloud Revisited

March 19, 2013
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knitr2wordpress and gradient_cloud Revisited

This post serves three function: It allows me to revisit an old blogpost It let's me test out the new-ish knitr function knti2wp and RWordPress It enables me to avoid the massive ammount of reading I need to do and … Continue reading →

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One Pager Performance Report with knitr, R, and a Different Font

March 18, 2013
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Although I suffer from complete ignorance of typography, with a little help from a post from Hyndsight and post from mages' blog, I wanted to try a different font on the one-pager performance report that we created in Onepager Now with knitR. I do not think Open Sans Light is the best choice for this...

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From OpenOffice noob to control freak: A love story with R, LaTeX and knitr

March 8, 2013
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From OpenOffice noob to control freak: A love story with R, LaTeX and knitr

Lately I had to write a seminar paper for a class and I decided to overdo it.But let's start at the very beginning. Here is my evolution of how I used to write stuff and how I got from this:to that:School: OpenOffice - I guess everyone has some&nb...

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Using R in LaTeX with knitr and RStudio

February 28, 2013
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Using R in LaTeX with knitr and RStudio

Hi, I presented today at INSEE R user group (FLR) how to use knitr (Sweave evolution) for writing documents which are self contained with respect to the source code: your data changed? No big deal, just compile your .Rnw file again and you are done with an updated version of your paper! is easy. Some

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Reproducible research with R, Knitr, Pandoc and Word

February 25, 2013
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Add references and a style sheet Below I briefly outline why Pandoc is an essential part of my research workflow, and demonstrate how to seamlessly integrate it with a bibliographic system and code written in R to produce high quality word or pdf documents. I also...

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knitr: Changing chunk options like fig.height programmatically, mid-chunk

February 22, 2013
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Knitr is a great tool for doing reproducible research. You can produce all kinds of output inside a single knitr chunk, e.g. you can write a loop to produce lots of figures or tables. The only catch is if you want your figures to have differing captions, heights, etc (and usually you do). The standard

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