# 1306 search results for "LaTeX"

## From Markdown to LaTeX output using RMarkdown.

January 28, 2015
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I’ve been working on the ggRandomForests vignettes pretty consistently now. I’m writing the randomForestSRC-Survival vignette in LaTeX with the knitr vignette engine. I wrote the the randomForestSRC-Regression vignette in markdown. I’ve decided to upload the Regression vignette to arXiv for… Continue reading →

## Seven 3D Graphs You Can Make In Excel, Python, MATLAB, R, & LaTeX

January 15, 2015
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Plotly’s interactive 3D graphs let you make graphs from (click the links for tutorials): our web app, Excel, Google Docs, Python, MATLAB, and R. Click any image below to go to the full-screen interactive version. Also, news for users with on-premise needs. Plotly On-Premise can be hosted on a private server. Contact us...

## Four Beautiful Python, R, MATLAB, and Mathematica plots with LaTeX

October 23, 2014
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LaTeX lets you create lovely, complex mathematical functions from typed text. Plotly will render LaTeX in annotations, labels, and titles. In this post, we’ll show how it works. 1. MATLAB plotting with LaTeX First, here’s an example using Plotly’s MATLAB API. This is a visualization of Bessel Functions of the first kind, solutions for a differential equation....

## Counting the number of words in a LaTeX file with stringi

May 16, 2014
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In my recent post I promised to present the most interesting features of the stringi package in more detail. Here's one of such jolly features. Many LaTeX users may find it very useful. Loading a text file with encoding auto-detection…Read more ›

## Stacking Regressions: Latex Tables with R and stargazer

May 3, 2014
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In my paper on the impact of the shale oil and gas boom in the US, I run various instrumental variables specifications. For these, it is nice to stack the regression results one on the other – in particular, to have one row for the IV results, one row for the Reduced Form and maybe

## Using the LaTeX listings package to style R PDF reports with knitr and pandoc

February 15, 2014
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knitr is a an R package that allows you to include R code in markdown or LaTeX source files, and have the code and/or its output included in the resulting html or pdf files. RStudio provides good support for this, so if you want to try it out that’s a good place to start. This

## ShareLaTeX now supports knitr

January 31, 2014
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ShareLaTeX (click here to register a free account) is a wonderful and reliable on-line editor for writing and compiling LaTeX documents “in the cloud” as well as working together in real-time (imagine Google Docs supporting LaTeX => you get ShareLaTeX).…Read more ›

## Markdown or LaTeX?

October 19, 2013
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What happens if you ask for too much power from Markdown? R Markdown is one of the document formats that knitr supports, and it is probably the most popular one. I have been asked many times about the choice between Markdown and LaTeX, so I think I'...

## Tailor Your Tables with stargazer: New Features for LaTeX and Text Output

July 15, 2013
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Guest post by Marek Hlavac Since its first introduction on this blog, stargazer, a package for turning R statistical output into beautiful LaTeX and ASCII text tables, has made a great deal of progress. Compared to available alternatives (such as …Read more »

## An .EPS to .PDF converter (using LaTeX!)

June 30, 2013
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I am about to go on a short holiday, so I was tidying the code lines I had scattered around before leaving… And I found this: a minimal EPS to PDF converter, which is barely a LaTeX template. It is … Sigue leyendo →