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knitr Performance Report 4

June 8, 2012
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knitr Performance Report 4

please see knitR Performance Report 3 (really with knitr) and dprint, knitr Performance Report–Attempt 3, knitr Performance Report-Attempt 2 and knitr Performance Report-Attempt 1 Here is another iteration of the ongoing performance reporting attempt...

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How to Convert Sweave LaTeX to knitr R Markdown: Winter Olympic Medals Example

June 4, 2012
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How to Convert Sweave LaTeX to knitr R Markdown: Winter Olympic Medals Example

The following post shows how to manually convert a Sweave LaTeX document into a knitr R Markdown document. The post (1) reviews many of the required changes; (2) provides an example of a document converted to R Markdown format based on an analysis of Winter Olympic Medal data up to and including 2006; and (3) discusses the pros...

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knitr, Slideshows, and Dropbox

May 29, 2012
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knitr, Slideshows, and Dropbox

I just noticed that Markus Gesmann has a nice post on using RStudio, knitr, Pandoc, and Slidy to create slideshows. After my recent attempt to use deck.rb to turn a Markdown/knitr file into a deck.js presentation I caved in and also decided to go with ...

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Interactive HTML presentation with R, googleVis, knitr, pandoc and slidy

May 29, 2012
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Interactive HTML presentation with R, googleVis, knitr, pandoc and slidy

Tonight I will give a talk at the Cambridge R user group about googleVis. Following my good experience with knitr and RStudio to create interactive reports, I thought that I should try to create the slides in the same way as well. Christopher Gandrud's...

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knitR Performance Report 3 (really with knitr) and dprint

May 23, 2012
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knitR Performance Report 3 (really with knitr) and dprint

please see knitr Performance Report–Attempt 3, knitr Performance Report-Attempt 2 and knitr Performance Report-Attempt 1 alstated’s asked a very good question in his comment on knitr Performance Report–Attempt 3, and I’m not sure I could have a...

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knitr Performance Report–Attempt 3

May 22, 2012
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knitr Performance Report–Attempt 3

please see knitr Performance Report-Attempt 2 and knitr Performance Report-Attempt 1 Since the time of my last reporting post, RStudio, knitr, and Sweave have worked extremely hard to make document creation easier by becoming even more streamlined and ...

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Aspirational & Useful: deck.rb with RStudio/knitr & Go2Shell

May 21, 2012
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Aspirational & Useful: deck.rb with RStudio/knitr & Go2Shell

There has been some interest in the recent release of RStudio 0.96 and especially the ability to use combine its knitr Markdown functionality with Pandoc to integrate R and a variety of different documents types. I just wanted to add two quick things ...

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Reproducible research with markdown, knitr and pandoc

May 17, 2012
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Reproducible research with markdown, knitr and pandoc

Over the last few weeks I was trying to optimise my workflow using markdow in combination with knitr and pandoc. Knitr is a grea new package by Yihui, expanding R’s capabilities for reproducible research. I will illustrate my work flow … Continue reading →

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Getting Started with R Markdown, knitr, and Rstudio 0.96

May 16, 2012
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Getting Started with R Markdown, knitr, and Rstudio 0.96

This post examines the features of R Markdown using knitr in Rstudio 0.96. This combination of tools provides an exciting improvement in usability for reproducible analysis. Specifically, this post (1) discusses getting started with R Markdown and knitr in Rstudio 0.96; (2) provides a basic example of producing console output and plots...

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Interactive reports in R with knitr and RStudio

May 15, 2012
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Interactive reports in R with knitr and RStudio

Last Saturday I met the guys from RStudio at the R in Finance conference in Chicago. I was curious to find out what RStudio could offer. In the past I have used mostly Emacs + ESS for editing R files. Well, and what a surprise it was. JJ, Joe and Josh ...

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