Posts Tagged ‘ LaTex ’

knitr Performance Report-Attempt 1

April 13, 2012
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knitr Performance Report-Attempt 1

I get very excited about new R packages, but rarely is my excitement so fulfilled as with knitr.  Even with no skill, I have already been able to adapt the example Yihui Xie provides in his knitr Graphics Manual into a crude first version of a per...

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Latex Allergy Cured by knitr

April 11, 2012
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Latex Allergy Cured by knitr

I have always known that at some point I would have to succumb to the power of Latex, but Latex has been uncharacteristically intimidating to me.  I finally found the remedy to my Latex allergy with the amazing and fantastic knitr package from Yih...

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Printing nested tables in R – bridging between the {reshape} and {tables} packages

January 29, 2012
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Printing nested tables in R – bridging between the {reshape} and {tables} packages

This post shows how to print a prettier nested pivot table, created using the {reshape} package (similar to what you would get with Microsoft Excel), so you could print it either in the R terminal or as a LaTeX table. This task is done by bridging between the cast_df object produced by the {reshape} package,

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Running your R and LaTeX Infrastructure from a portable USB Drive

December 9, 2011
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Running your R and LaTeX Infrastructure from a portable USB Drive

On my road to eventually running all of my programs off an USB device I’ve gotten a little bit closer yesterday thanks to input from Duncan Murdoch and Yihui Xie. Eventually running the entire Windows OS off a USB drive would be nice (not talking about running it as a Virtual Machine, but to have … Continue reading...

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Landscape figures in Sweave

November 15, 2011
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This post is a quick follow up from my initial article on Sweave to add a note on how to get a plot in landscape orientation to fill the whole page, plus a little example of using BibTex.Just to clarify  my … Continue reading →

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Error Handling in Lyx & Sweave: using Quantmod (and R, of course)

November 8, 2011
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I do reports for clients with LyX and Sweave. It took me an extremely long time to get them working, but now that they’re working I can do more in an hour and thus charge more per hour. (Which is, like, the point.) If you’re not familiar, here’s ...

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Error Handling in Lyx & Sweave: using Quantmod (and R, of course)

November 8, 2011
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I do reports for clients with LyX and Sweave. It took me an extremely long time to get them working, but now that they’re working I can do more in an hour and thus charge more per hour. If you’re not familiar, here’s a rundown: LaTeX is the stand...

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Cycles in finite populations: A reproducible seminar in three acts

November 1, 2011
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Cycles in finite populations: A reproducible seminar in three acts

For this years Halloween I presented the mathematical biology seminar at the Centre for Mathematical Biology. Here is the title and the abstract… Cycles in finite populations: a reproducible seminar in three acts Many natural populations exhibit cyclic fluctuations. Explaining the underlying … Continue reading →

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Using Sweave

October 8, 2011
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If you use R and haven’t discovered Sweave then go and find out about it. It enables R code and plots to be incorporated into a document so the analysis and report can be combined together in a single document. … Continue reading →

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Googling Bayes’ pictures

September 29, 2011
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Googling Bayes’ pictures

I am writing way too many posts in a row on Google tools. I promise I will think about something else soon. I find amusing the possibility to launch a search in Google images by just dragging a picture into … Continue reading →

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