[texhax] writing documents with Latex for a newby
arnaud.gaboury at gmail.com
Fri Aug 3 09:29:24 CEST 2012
On 03/08/12||06:48, Uwe Ziegenhagen wrote:
> 2012/8/3 Boris Veytsman <borisv at lk.net>
> > BB> Date: Thu, 2 Aug 2012 18:22:29 -0400
> > BB> From: Barbara Beeton <bnb at ams.org>
> > BB> an article a couple of years ago in tugboat:
> > BB> Dynamic reporting with R/Sweave and LaTeX
> > BB> by Uwe Ziegenhagen
> > BB> http://tug.org/TUGboat/tb31-2/tb98ziegenhagen.pdf
> > BB> might be of interest.
> > I remember this talk at TUG. Actually Uwe convinced me then to use
> > R/Sweave, and it is now one of my tools of choice. A very good talk.
> > --
> > Good luck
> > -Boris
> I can help you to set up your system. In the worst case there is always
> Teamviewer. Sweave/R/LaTeX is a nice toolchain that I am quite familiar
> with. We could also try knitR, a new player in this field I haven't had a
> chance to play with yet.
> Uwe Ziegenhagen
thank you so much for your proposal. I will cetainly one day come to you
and get some help.
For now, I need to practice more my Latex. My set up is Texlive+Texmaker
on a Linux box. Then, I need a litle more work on the R side, even if I
feel a litle bit more comfortable writing small scripts with R to deal
with data frames.
I have the ambitious (maybe too) to sell to small/medium hedge fund
automated reports in high quality (not the kind made with a mix of Excel
and Word). I will need many months to set up this activity, if I manage
to achieve it.
I am happy to see I can rely on some support. This is this kind of help
which made me a Linux, R lover. Even if a newby, with work + help from
the community, you can do it.
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