Sweave is a function in the statistical programming language R that enables integration of R code into LaTeX or LyX documents.

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Integrate 'Sweave.sty' in the TeXLive 2010 search path (on Linux)

I'd like to add 'Sweave.sty' to my search-path, so that I don't need to copy 'Sweave.sty' to every Sweave-Document I create. I've located 'Sweave.sty' in '/usr/share/R/share/texmf/tex/latex'. I tried ...
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Supplying string parameters to Sweave document

This must be a simple question but I don't figure out how I can do it. I would like to produce a pdf report using Sweave. And actually, many many reports. I shortened and simplified the sweave code ...
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How to get correct dimensions for a ggplot2 plot in beamer

I have a beamer presentation made with Sweave that I'm preparing and was wanting to place some ggplot2 graphs in but the aspect ratio does not seem to come out correct. This is what is in my Rnw ...
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how to colorize syntax using R + Sweave?

I'm writing a LaTeX document using Sweave (a Beamer presentation, really), which weaves R code and LaTeX. Is there a way to make my chunks of code and its output highlighted? I could use listings ...
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Workflow in Sweave: Handling TeX errors

I've been using LaTeX and R for a few years now, but am only now bringing them together via Sweave. As I put the document together, I run my R code in its own session to verify that it works properly, ...
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Using Sweave, how can I reliably get .PNG figures instead of .EPS or .PDF figures?

I have tried to set the options in the preamble: \SweaveOpts{keep.source=TRUE, eps=FALSE, pdf=FALSE, png=TRUE}, but this does not reliably produce only .PNG (or indeed any!) figures. I say 'reliably' ...
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Multiple Tables Sweave/Latex

I am very new to LaTeX and Sweave but am excited that it may make my life much simpler when combined with R. What I am looking to do: Create multiple crosstabs, most likely in a loop. As a result, ...