Posts Tagged ‘ sweave ’

highlight 0.2-5

December 7, 2010
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I pushed highlight 0.2-5 on CRAN. This release improves the latex renderer and the sweave driver so that multiple lines character strings are properly rendered. This example vignette shows it: \documentclass{report} \begin{document} <<echo=FALSE,results=hide>>= old.op <- options( prompt = " ", continue = " " ) @ <<>>= require( inline ) require( Rcpp ) convolve <- cxxfunction( signature( a = "numeric", b...

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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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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 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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How to Start Using (pgf)Sweave in LyX in One Minute

October 30, 2010
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regor Gorjanc published an interesting article “Using Sweave with LyX” in R News in 2008, which (I believe) makes it much easier to use Sweave. I use command-line tools a lot every day, but I am still “GUI-addicted”. (I don’t want to comment more about Microsoft Word here.) LyX is a somewhat WYSIWYG tool based

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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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Sweave vs. pgfSweave

April 28, 2010
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Sweave vs. pgfSweave

I think pgfSweave should replace the default of Sweave system because it brings significant improvements over the original Sweave. I certain have made it my default Sweave tool on my system.------------------------------- EDITED ON MAY 1, 2010 --------...

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Trouble with ESS and Sweave

April 23, 2010
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Trouble with ESS and Sweave

Last time I tried to sweave a document from with Emacs+ESS, I was using an earlier version of ESS (the current version is 5.8), and things seemed to be fine. Today when I tried to sweave a simple document and produced PDF output, I got error message of...

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Create odf, pdf and html report from a single Sweave document

March 25, 2010
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A lot of us know about Sweave and Latex and they work very well in creating elegant dynamic reports from R computation. However, sometimes we would like to also produce a word processing document for a colleague or a html version of the same report. Now there are tools for producing these like odfWeave. But

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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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