463 search results for "Knitr"

Slidify: Things are coming together fast

June 4, 2012
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Slidify: Things are coming together fast

Tools for using R/RStudio as a one-stop shop for research and presentation have been coming out quickly. I think this one has a good shot of being included in future releases of RStudio: The other day I ran across a new R package called slidify by Ramn...

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Making interactive slides with Org mode and googleVis in R

June 3, 2012
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Making interactive slides with Org mode and googleVis in R

There’s been a lot of justifiable excitement in the R community about Yihui Xie’s great work, and most recently the incorporation of his knitr package into the RStudio software. Knitr is seen, justifiably, as a worthy successor to SWeave for … Continue reading →

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knitcitations

May 30, 2012
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Included file 'themes/noamblog/rsscss.html' not found in _includes directory Markdown is becoming an increasingly popular platform for lightweight and online publishing. While traditional publishing tools like LaTeX and word processors have long had i...

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End of May flotsam

May 28, 2012
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End of May flotsam

The end is near! At least the semester is coming to an end, so students have crazy expectations like getting marks back for assignments, and administrators want to see exam scripts. Sigh! What has been happening meanwhile in Quantum Forest? … Continue reading →

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A course in statistical programming

May 25, 2012
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A course in statistical programming

Graduate students in statistics often take (or at least have the opportunity to take) a statistical computing course, but often such courses are focused on methods (like numerical linear algebra, the EM algorithm, and MCMC) and not on actual coding. For example, here’s a course in “advanced statistical computing” that I taught at Johns Hopkins

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NYC Meetup: What’s Next for R Markdown

May 24, 2012
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NYC Meetup: What’s Next for R Markdown

There’s been lots of excitement about the new R Markdown feature introduced as part of knitr 0.5 and RStudio 0.96. People see R Markdown as both a simpler way to do reproducible research and as a great way to publish to the web from R. Jeromy Anglim has a nice write up on getting started with

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Quick dprint Experiment

May 24, 2012
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Quick dprint Experiment

As a quick dprint experiment, I thought I would try to do a quarterly return table that might potentially fit in knitR Performance Report 3 (really with knitr) and dprint.  Although I do not think I will use it in the final report, I do think it i...

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A complete Bayesian model for sensory profiling data

May 22, 2012
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A complete Bayesian model for sensory profiling data

In this post I will try to add an important parts in the sensory profiling model I have been building. This concerns the question: 'Are all panelists equally reproducible?'. Obviously the answer is no, some are better than others. From this observation...

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CambR and other upcoming events

May 21, 2012
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CambR and other upcoming events

New events CambR (Cambridge UK R user group) 2012 May 29 6:30 PM for 7:00 PM start. Pat Burns “Inferno-ish R” Abstract: While R is wonderful, it is not uniformly wonderful. We highlight a few things generally found to be confusing, and outline the forces that have driven such imperfections. Markus Gesmann “Interactive charts with … Continue reading...

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Better R support in pygments by monkey patching SLexer

May 20, 2012
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Better R support in pygments by monkey patching SLexer

I started using knitr with reStructuredText today and I found that the syntax highlighting with pygments (used by rst2html.py) was not as nice as the output of pandoc. So I ended up doing some monkeypatching. Try adding the following to rst2html.py: Before: After: Note: I assume you already added pygments’ rst-directive.py to rst2html.py.

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