Posts Tagged ‘ LaTex ’

Using Google Reader

February 15, 2010
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Using Google Reader

Google Reader is a fantastic way to keep track of new papers that are appearing in many different journals, and also to follow some of the interesting research blogs (and blogs on other topics) that are out there. Google Reader checks websites for you and lets you know of any new material that appears. Instead of

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Codecogs – Open-Source library of numerical components

January 8, 2010
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The Codecogs website provides an Open-source library of functions for numerical analysis. One interesting component available on the website is the LaTeX equation editor which can be used to create graphics files of equations to include on webpages. The webpage describe this component as a A web-based LaTeX equation editor that generates graphical images and HTML

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new R package : bibtex

December 11, 2009
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I've pushed to CRAN the package bibtex package The package defines the read.bib function that reads a file in the bibtex format. The code is based on bibparse The read.bib function generates an object of class citationList, just like utils::citation

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new R package : highlight

November 22, 2009
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I finally pushed highlight to CRAN, which should be available in a few days. The package uses the information gathered by the parser package to perform syntax highlighting of R code The main function of the package is highlight, which takes a numb...

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Create Animations in PDF Documents Using R

November 11, 2009
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ince animation 1.0-9, we will be able to create a PDF document with an animation embedded in it; the function is saveLatex(), and its usage is similar to saveMovie() and saveSWF(): you pass an R expression for creating animations to this function, and this expression will be evaluated in the function; the image frames get

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The optimal way to do sweave

October 16, 2009
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The optimal way to do sweave

The optimal way to do sweave may be to have a master file in LaTeX, and a separate Rnw file contains all the computations, figures, and tables. That way, it is easy to compile the LaTeX as the writing goes on without the hassle of carrying out the comp...

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Using doc-view with auto-revert to view LaTeX PDF output in Emacs

October 3, 2009
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Using doc-view with auto-revert to view LaTeX PDF output in Emacs

When I am authoring a document in Emacs, such as a report or my CV, it is useful for me to compile the source file periodically to see what the resulting file PDF looks like. I used to run a separate PDF viewer to look at the output, but I now have a complete Emacs

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High tech, low tech?

August 15, 2009
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High tech, low tech?

Interesting article: http://www.iq.harvard.edu/blog/sss/archives/2006/01/tools_for_resea.shtml

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Set the significant digits for each column in a xtable for fancy Sweave output

June 26, 2009
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Set the significant digits for each column in a xtable for fancy Sweave output

This tip may be useful in the situations when you need to set the number of digits to print for the different columns in a matrix/data.frame to be outputted as a LaTeX table.  For example: #install.packages("xtable") #library(xtable) tmp <- m...

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Emacs: AucTeX + Rubber + Sweave

May 30, 2009
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I got rubber to work with auctex and sweave (Rnw) files with the help of this. Basically, combined with my other stuff, I tweaked my .emacs file to look like: ;;following is AucTeX with Sweave -- works ;;http://andreas.kiermeier.googlepages.com/essmaterials (setq TeX-file-extensions '("Snw" "Rnw" "nw" "tex" "sty" "cls" "ltx" "texi" "texinfo")) (add-to-list 'auto-mode-alist '("\\.Rnw\\'" . Rnw-mode)) (add-to-list

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