I wrote before about using heatmap tables to combine the strengths of tables and graphics for nominal data. Here is a neat approach using Sweave and latex to produce an effect like in the picture. This latex code is self-contain...

I wrote before about using heatmap tables to combine the strengths of tables and graphics for nominal data. Here is a neat approach using Sweave and latex to produce an effect like in the picture. This latex code is self-contained. Just save it as myfile.Rnw, run Sweave(myfile.Rnw) from inside R and then pdflatex myfile.tex

I love the idea of using R+LaTeX+Sweave for reproducible research. This is even easier now that R has a jazzy new IDE that supports Sweave syntax highlighting and automatic PDF generation. I know I'm going to take some flak for saying this, but let's ...

The first week of April I attended an excellent workshop on biplots held by Michael Greenacre and Oleg Nenadić at the Gesis Institute in Cologne, Germany. Throughout his presentations, Michael used animations to visualize the concepts he was explaining. He also included animations in some of his papers. This inspired me to do this post

(Guest post on R-bloggers by Charlie Sharpsteen) Cameron and I are pleased to announce version 0.6.0 of the tikzDevice package which should be available shortly at your local CRAN mirror! The tikzDevice makes it possible to export R graphics as LaTeX code that can be included in other documents or compiled into stand alone figures. The full power of...