Posts Tagged ‘ LaTex ’

CoRe in CiRM [3]

July 10, 2010
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CoRe in CiRM [3]

Still drudging along preparing the new edition of Bayesian Core. I am almost done with the normal chapter, where I also changed the Monte Carlo section to include specific tools (bridge) for evidence/Bayes factor approximation. Jean-Michel has now moved to the new hierarchical model chapter and analysed longitudinal  datasets that will constitute the core of

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Creating a Presentation with LaTeX Beamer – Bullet Lists

July 10, 2010
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Creating a Presentation with LaTeX Beamer – Bullet Lists

When writing a presentation we might want to use a bullet list to highlight some key points that might be lost if they are part of a large body of text. We can use the standard LaTeX environments for creating lists within a beamer presentation in a straightforward way. Fast Tube by Casper The bullet lists can

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Creating a Presentation with LaTeX Beamer – Basic Slides

July 5, 2010
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Creating a Presentation with LaTeX Beamer – Basic Slides

In a previous post we looked at using the LaTeX beamer package to create presentations. Given a title page and outline of a presentation the next stage will be to create the content that appears in various slides of the presentation. Fast Tube by Casper To create a slide we make use of the frame environment and

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Get up and running with R, Sweave, and LaTex

July 2, 2010
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Get up and running with R, Sweave, and LaTex

There are a lot of great references on the web on how to levarage LaTeX for reporting and presentations (beamer), but as someone who is completely new to R and reproducible research, I was having a pretty hard time figuring out simply what to do (what tools, where do you edit, etc.). Eclipse as a

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Creating a Presentation with LaTeX Beamer – Getting Started

July 2, 2010
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Creating a Presentation with LaTeX Beamer – Getting Started

The LaTeX beamer package can be used to create appealing presentations for many applications. A working knowledge of LaTeX is required but once the initial learning curve and transition is made from a visual word processor to a markup based approach the benefits are worth the initial investment of time. Title Pages In a previous post we

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highlight 0.1-9

May 29, 2010
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The version 0.1-8 of highlight introduced a small bug in the latex renderer. This is now fixed in version 0.1-9 and the latex renderer also gains an argument "minipage" which wraps the latex code in a minipage environment. I've used this to make...

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Must Have Software

May 28, 2010
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Having worked with Unix (BSD, HPUX, IRIX, Linux and OSX), Windows (NT4, 2000, XP, Vista and 7) for quite a while I have seen a lot of different software tools. I would like to quickly exhibit my “must have” list. These are the packages that I find to be the single “must have offerings” in Related posts:

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Some LaTeX Gems – Part 1: TikZ, Loops and more

April 23, 2010
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Some LaTeX Gems – Part 1: TikZ, Loops and more

This logo means that the blog post is about something I have found interesting, but does not apply directly to the exact purpose of this blog. Note: These commands have been tested in pdflatex. I am not sure if they work in other distributions. Over the past couple of months, I have been assisting with editing some papers and also doing...

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Font Families for the R PDF Device

March 24, 2010
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otivated by the excellent R package pgfSweave, I begin to notice the font families in my graphs when writing Sweave documents. The default font family for PDF graphs is Helvetica, which is, in most cases (I think), inconsistent with the LaTeX font styles. Some common font families are listed in ?postscript, and we can take

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Getting Started with Sweave: R, LaTeX, Eclipse, StatET, & TeXlipse

February 23, 2010
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Getting Started with Sweave: R, LaTeX, Eclipse, StatET, & TeXlipse

Being able to press a single button that runs all your statistical analyses and integrates the output into your final report is a beautiful thing. If you have not already heard, this is what Sweave can do for you. However, getting your computer to run ...

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