1042 search results for "LaTeX"

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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Combining R and LaTeX with Sweave

January 6, 2009
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Today I did some experiments to learn how to combine R and LaTeX to create reproducible research reports. Here are my first results:First Demo ...

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Combining R and LaTeX with Sweave

January 6, 2009
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Today I did some experiments to learn how to combine R and LaTeX to create reproducible research reports. Here are my first results:First Demo ...

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Ratfor, R, RUNOFF, RPG and Ruby

December 17, 2014
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R is for Ratfor, R, RUNOFF, RPG and Ruby Ratfor is a structured form of Fortran from the days when structured programming was the in-thing and Fortran did not have much of it (lots got added in later revisions). I think its success came from allowing users to claim a degree of respectability that Fortran

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QQ-plots in R vs. SPSS – A look at the differences

December 15, 2014
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QQ-plots in R vs. SPSS – A look at the differences

We teach two software packages, R and SPSS, in Quantitative Methods 101 for psychology freshman at Bremen University (Germany). Sometimes confusion arises, when the software packages produce different results. This may be due to specifics in the implemention of a method or, as in most cases, to different default settings. One of these situations occurs

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A time series classification contest

December 14, 2014
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A time series classification contest

Amongst today’s email was one from someone running a private competition to classify time series. Here are the essential details. The data are measurements from a medical diagnostic machine which takes 1 measurement every second, and after 32–1000 seconds, the time series must be classified into one of two classes. Some pre-classified training data is

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the Grumble distribution and an ODE

December 2, 2014
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the Grumble distribution and an ODE

As ‘Og’s readers may have noticed, I paid some recent visits to Cross Validated (although I find this too addictive to be sustainable on a long term basis!, and as already reported a few years ago frustrating at several levels from questions asked without any preliminary personal effort, to a lack of background material to

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Bio7 2.0 for Windows Released!

December 1, 2014
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Bio7 2.0 for Windows Released!

01.12.2014 A new Windows version of Bio7 is available. Many new features have been added to Bio7 2.0 which is now based on Eclipse 4.4. Highlights are the improved R editor, the R debugging Graphical User Interface (using the standard R debugger), the integrated Java Development Tools (JDT) to create Java simulation models with a

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