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Get up and running with R, Sweave, and LaTex

July 2, 2010
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Get up and running with R, Sweave, and LaTex

There are a lot of great references on the web on how to levarage LaTeX for reporting and presentations (beamer), but as someone who is completely new to R and reproducible research, I was having a pretty hard time figuring out simply what to do (what tools, where do you edit, etc.). Eclipse as a

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Creating a Presentation with LaTeX Beamer – Getting Started

July 2, 2010
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Creating a Presentation with LaTeX Beamer – Getting Started

The LaTeX beamer package can be used to create appealing presentations for many applications. A working knowledge of LaTeX is required but once the initial learning curve and transition is made from a visual word processor to a markup based approach the benefits are worth the initial investment of time. Title Pages In a previous post we

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Using R, LaTeX, and Sweave for Reproducible Research: Handouts, Templates, & Other Resources

May 13, 2010
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Several readers emailed me or left a comment on my previous announcement of Frank Harrell's workshop on using Sweave for reproducible research asking if we could record the seminar. Unfortunately we couldn't record audio or video, but take a look a...

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Some LaTeX Gems – Part 1: TikZ, Loops and more

April 23, 2010
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Some LaTeX Gems – Part 1: TikZ, Loops and more

This logo means that the blog post is about something I have found interesting, but does not apply directly to the exact purpose of this blog.Note: These commands have been tested in pdflatex. I am not sure if they work in other distributions. Over the past couple of months, I have been assisting with editing some papers and also doing...

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Getting Started with Sweave: R, LaTeX, Eclipse, StatET, & TeXlipse

February 23, 2010
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Getting Started with Sweave: R, LaTeX, Eclipse, StatET, & TeXlipse

Being able to press a single button that runs all your statistical analyses and integrates the output into your final report is a beautiful thing. If you have not already heard, this is what Sweave can do for you. However, getting your computer to run ...

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Getting Started with Sweave: R, LaTeX, Eclipse, StatET, & TeXlipse

February 23, 2010
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Getting Started with Sweave: R, LaTeX, Eclipse, StatET, & TeXlipse

Being able to press a single button that runs all your statistical analyses and integrates the output into your final report is a beautiful thing. If you have not already heard, this is what Sweave can do for you. However, getting your computer to run ...

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LaTeX and Sweave

December 1, 2009
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LaTeX is a typesetting language that is known for its beautiful mathematical formulas. It is similar to HTML in that you write your document in plain text and process (or compile) it to create a postscript or PDF file. You will need to download a LaTeX processor for your platform. On Windows, TeXnicCenter (http://www.texniccenter.org/) is

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Seminar: Reproducible Research with R, LaTeX, & Sweave

November 16, 2009
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Theresa Scott, instructor of the previously mentioned R workshop and weekly R clinic, is giving a lecture entitled "Reproducible Research with R, LaTeX, & Sweave" in MRB III, room 1220, this Wednesday 11/18 at 1:30.  You can see more details about the lecture here.Looks like her slides as well as much more introductory material on R, Latex, and Sweave...

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Using doc-view with auto-revert to view LaTeX PDF output in Emacs

October 3, 2009
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Using doc-view with auto-revert to view LaTeX PDF output in Emacs

When I am authoring a document in Emacs, such as a report or my CV, it is useful for me to compile the source file periodically to see what the resulting file PDF looks like. I used to run a separate PDF viewer to look at the output, but I now have a complete Emacs

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R: Function to create tables in LaTex or Lyx to display regression model results

June 19, 2009
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R: Function to create tables in LaTex or Lyx to display regression model results

Most people using LaTex feel that creating tables is no fun. Some days ago I stumbled across a neat function written by Paul Johnson that produces LaTex code as well as LaTex code that can be used within Lyx. The output can be used for regression models and looks like output from the Stata outreg

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