I love the idea of using R+LaTeX+Sweave for reproducible research. This is even easier now that R has a jazzy new IDE that supports Sweave syntax highlighting and automatic PDF generation.

I know I’m going to take some flak for saying this, but let’s be honest here… If you’re working in the biomedical sciences, chances are, your collaborators have never heard of Sweave. Physicians only use

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