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pgfSweave 1.1.3 and Beyond

January 19, 2011
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pgfSweave 1.1.3 is now on CRAN. This release adds a few new features and fixes some bugs The pesky Rplots.pdf file is not generated anymore Brand new vignette by Hans Ekbrand on the use of pgfSweave with large data sets based on this site. New example on using caching by Yihui Xie Reusing code chunks

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The Joy of Sweave – A Beginner’s Guide to Reproducible Research with Sweave

January 17, 2011
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The Joy of Sweave – A Beginner’s Guide to Reproducible Research with Sweave

Just wrapped up the slides for the first version of the The Joy of Sweave – A Beginner’s Guide to Reproducible Research with Sweave which I presented today in our lab. I am making the slides available under a Creative Commons … Continue reading →

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Reasons for Transitioning to Vim: Bringing LaTeX, R, Sweave and More under One Roof

January 10, 2011
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Reasons for Transitioning to Vim: Bringing LaTeX, R, Sweave and More under One Roof

This post describes the reasons for my transition to Vim.Brief BackgroundOver the years I've used a lot of different text editors on Windows.In general, I've used whatever text editor came with a program.When I started using R, I moved from Rgui throug...

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pgfSweave 1.1.0 now on CRAN!

December 2, 2010
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The next release of pgfSweave is now on CRAN! It has been a while since I posted about pgfSweave and there have been some significant changes in the past couple of months. The main new features are: Automatic code highlighting via the highlight package. This can be turned off with the highlight option. “Tidying” of

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Top 10 things that suck about Sweave

December 1, 2010
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Top 10 things that suck about Sweave

People rave about Sweave and the literate programing paradigm and I am guilty as charged. I speak Sweave, I think Sweave, I dream Sweave. As a matter of fact my default mode of operation is Sweave and anything else is an … Continue reading →

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Sweave Tutorial 3: Console Input and Output – Multiple Choice Test Analysis

November 30, 2010
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This post provides an example of using Sweave to perform an item analysis of a multiple choice test. It is designed as a tutorial for learning more about using Sweave in a mode where console input and output is displayed. Copies of all source code a...

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Sorting out Sweave in Eclipse/StatET

November 29, 2010
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Using Sweave to produce pretty-looking documentation for R is awfully handy. It takes a little tweaking to get set up in Eclipse and StatET though. I followed the information in Jeromy Anglim’s webpage to originally get Sweave set up. The followi...

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Sweave Tutorial 2: Batch Individual Personality Reports using R, Sweave, and LaTeX

November 29, 2010
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This post documents an example of using Sweave to generate individualised personality reports based on responses to a personality test. Each report provides information on both the responses of the general sample and responses of the specific respond...

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Sweave Tutorial 1: Using Sweave, R, and Make to Generate a PDF of Multiple Choice Questions

November 26, 2010
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Sweave Tutorial 1: Using Sweave, R, and Make to Generate a PDF of Multiple Choice Questions

In this post I present an example of using Sweave to prepare a PDF of formatted multiple choice questions.More broadly the example shows how to use Sweave to incorporate elements of a databaseinto a formatted LaTeX document.It aims to be useful to any...

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makefiles for Sweave, R and LaTeX using Eclipse on Windows

November 22, 2010
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This post provides a brief introduction to make and makefiles. In particular it describes how to set up make on Windows with an emphasis on using make in Eclipse on projects involving R, Sweave, and LaTeX. Overview make is software that uses makefile...

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