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Two graph - same page? (R/LaTeX)

I am using R to create my graph, and I am doing a paper, where I have to put two graph, as showed in the image: In R, my output looks like: y1 <- c(6524, 6701, 6946, 7080, 6920, 6887, 6660, ...
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Chunk of text on the right of a picture

I have a portion of a latex document that is similar to: \begin{knitrout} \definecolor{shadecolor}{rgb}{0.969, 0.969, 0.969}\color{fgcolor} \includegraphics[width=0.5\linewidth]{figure/plot} \hfill{} ...
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Include R output as pdf in Texmaker

I just switched from texshop to texmaker on Mac OS X. However, now the plots I want to insert from R as pdf in the document are missing the fonts in the pdflatex output. It used to work fine with ...
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Pandoc-generated PDF contains large images, how can I make them fit into the page?

I am using pandoc to generate pdf output out of my markdown code. So far, it works fine without any warning or error, except the fact that figures are large, so that some figures get cut and don't fit ...
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knitr and font style consistency in graphics

I am starting to use knitr to print graphics from R in my document. So far what I have been doing (I don't know if this is the best approach, but it is working) is to load the my R workspace with ...
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Best practice regarding graphics size

Whenever I make graphs from R to be included in Latex, I find myself scuttling back and forth between R to specify the size of the output and Latex to play with the \includegraphics[scale=??]. It ...
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knitr : Figure are not appearing at the correct place [duplicate]

I'm trying to use knitr while learning LaTeX but all my figures are placed at a seemingly random place. It's driving me insane. Any ideas? Example Input PDF Output I tried reinstalling TeX Live ...
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How to remove name while including image in LaTeX?

I am including an image in R and found the name of the image file appearing with the image: name<-c("A.pdf","B.pdf","C.pdf","D.pdf") <<echo=FALSE,results=tex>>= for (i in 1:4) ...
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Repeated slides in beamer

I have about 200 JPEG files that I need to include in a PDF document, one JPEG per page (i.e. 200 pages + intro slide). The following code successfully does this with one JPEG. ...
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Using fancyhdr to create an image based header and footer

I'm trying to generate a latex report (via Sweave and R) where the header of the document is an image that covers everything (including the top/left/right page margin) and the footer covers everything ...