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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 Object Tooltips in ESS

October 1, 2009
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R Object Tooltips in ESS

Whether at work or for personal projects, I use ESS a lot to perform interactive data analyses. The ability to write, edit, and submit R commands to an interactive R process is simply something I cannot imagine analyzing data without. An example One thing that I end up having to do a lot is inspect

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Emacs Key Binding for eval-defun in lisp-mode

September 22, 2009
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Emacs Key Binding for eval-defun in lisp-mode

When I use R in Emacs through the ESS package, C-c C-c in a .R buffer will send a “block” of code to the inferior R process for evaluation. This was added just a few years ago, but my fingers are now trained to use that key combination for evaluating any block of code. Since

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R Function of the Day: table

September 21, 2009
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R Function of the Day: table

The R Function of the Day series will focus on describing in plain language how certain R functions work, focusing on simple examples that you can apply to gain insight into your own data. Today, I will discuss the table function. What situation is table useful in? The table function is a very basic, but

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R Flashmob

September 4, 2009
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R Flashmob

Today I noticed a call for R users to gather around a single campfire for one hour and share their questions and answers. The campfire name is stackoverflow.com, a site dedicated for handling programming questions. The event details are bellow: From: ...

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R Flashmob

September 4, 2009
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Today I noticed a call for R users to gather around a single campfire for one hour and share their questions and answers. The campfire name is stackoverflow.com, a site dedicated for handling programming questions. The event details are bellow: From: The R Flashmob Project Subject: R Flashmob #2 You are invited to take part in R Flashmob, the

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A Fast Intro to PLYR for R

August 27, 2009
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A Fast Intro to PLYR for R

I’m not dead yet! Although it has been rumored that I am. The new job is going great and I’m thrilled to be with a new firm doing interesting work alongside smart people. It makes me seem smarter by simple association. There’s been a lot going on recently in the R user community. There was an

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Simple visualization of a 11X5 table (for WordPress 2.9 Features Vote Results)

July 31, 2009
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Simple visualization of a 11X5 table (for WordPress 2.9 Features Vote Results)

I guess this is not the number one post I would like to start with on this blog, but I feel the time is right for it (community-wise). I’ll move on to the subject matter in a moment, but first a short intro: This blog is written by Tal Galili. I am ...

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Simple visualization of a 11X5 table (for WordPress 2.9 Features Vote Results)

July 31, 2009
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Simple visualization of a 11X5 table (for WordPress 2.9 Features Vote Results)

I guess this is not the number one post I would like to start with on this blog, but I feel the time is right for it (community-wise). I’ll move on to the subject matter in a moment, but first a short intro: This blog is written by Tal Galili. I am an aspiring statistician who

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Who’s Tweets Do I Read… Magic R Code Says…

June 22, 2009
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Who’s Tweets Do I Read… Magic R Code Says…

So one glace at my user logs shows the truth: no one gives a rat’s rump that I just quit my job; you just love you some Twitter R code. And I’m nothing but an attention whore, so come get some! So in my last ‘Twitter with R’ post I gave you some code I’d written

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