Using R, LaTeX, and Sweave for Reproducible Research: Handouts, Templates, & Other Resources

May 13, 2010

(This article was first published on Getting Genetics Done, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

Several readers emailed me or left a comment on my previous announcement of Frank Harrell’s workshop on using Sweave for reproducible research asking if we could record the seminar. Unfortunately we couldn’t record audio or video, but take a look at the Sweave/Latex page on the Biostatistics Dept Wiki. Here you can find Frank’s slideshow from today and the handout from today (a PDF

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