# 1011 search results for "LaTeX"

## The Epic Search for the Perfect R Text Editor

May 8, 2012
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I can never seem to get exactly what I want from an R text editor. Let me correct that, I can never seem to get exactly what I want from an R text editor on a MAC. I used to use Tinn-R  which met most  my needs: Free,lightweight with ...

## The Epic Search for the Perfect R Text Editor

May 8, 2012
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I can never seem to get exactly what I want from an R text editor. Let me correct that, I can never seem to get exactly what I want from an R text editor on a MAC. I used to use Tinn-R  which met most  my needs: Free,lightweight with ...

## what’s wrong with package comment?!

May 3, 2012
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I spent most of the Sunday afternoon trying to understand why defining did not have the same effect as writing the line until I found there is a clash due to the comment package… The assuredly simple code produces an error message: This is quite an inconvenience as I need to compile my solution manual

## Measuring time series characteristics

May 2, 2012
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A few years ago, I was working on a project where we measured various characteristics of a time series and used the information to determine what forecasting method to apply or how to cluster the time series into meaningful groups. The two main papers to come out of that project were: Wang, Smith and Hyndman (2006) Characteristic-​​based clustering for...

## Playing with knitr: Create Report with Dynamic List

May 1, 2012
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Here is a little toy example using knitr, LaTeX/MiKTeX and Google Docs.Say you had a list on Google Docs (say a list of attendants) and you want to print a report with it..Then see this example using this Rnw-file and the output...make the tex-file wit...

## How to Make HTML5 Slides with knitr

May 1, 2012
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One week ago I made an early announcement about the markdown support in the knitr package and RStudio, and now the version 0.5 of knitr is on CRAN, so I'm back to show you how I made the HTML5 slides. For those who are not familiar with markdown, you m...

## Correlation of temperature proxies with observations

April 28, 2012
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$Correlation of temperature proxies with observations$

The climate change debate focuses mainly around the assumption that the annual global mean temperatures of the past few decades have been the highest in the past millenium. How do we know what the annual global mean temperature was in the year, say, 1351 AD? The answer is: Through temperature proxies. Such proxies include tree

## R Workshop: Reproducible Research using Sweave for Beginers

April 27, 2012
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Monday, April 30, 2012  14h-16h. Stewart Biology Rm w6/12 (Montreal) guRu: Denis Haine (Université de Montréal) Topics Reproducible research was first coined by Pr. Jon Claerbout, professor of geophysics at Stanford University, to describe that the results from researches can be replicated by other scientists by making available data, procedures, materials and the computational environment

## Reproducible Research: Running odfWeave with 7-zip

April 25, 2012
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odfWeave is an R-package that is used for making dynamic reports by Sweave processing of Open Document Format (ODF) files. For anyone new to report generation and lacking knowledge of markup languages this might be a good starting point or even a true ...