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About the second option. There is need to fix inside parenthesis from " to \". Please try: "C:/Program Files/R/R-3.0.3/bin/x64/Rscript.exe" -e ...

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Good evening, this is working for me (let's say we use er0.Rnw): \usepackage[czech]{babel} \catcode"=13 \catcode-=13 After adding those two lines we call these three lines in R (e.g. we could use pdflatex er0.tex later, or, let's use knit2pdf instead of knit...): require(knitr) require(tikzDevice) knit("er0.Rnw") We would ...

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For getting rid of the prefix, you can use the caption package and then \captionsetup{labelformat=empty} For increasing the font size, note in ?print.xtable size: An arbitrary character vector intended to be used to set the font size in a LaTeX table. The supplied value (if not ‘NULL’) is inserted just before the tabular environment ...

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I figured out a hack: Comment out the babel package: %\usepackage[czech]{babel} Run knitr on the .Rnw file Open the .tex document generated after the knitr run, find %\usepackage[czech]{babel} and uncomment it. Compile the .tex However if someone would be able to figure out something better I would appreciate it. edit It doesn't work if there are ...

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I managed to find it using \minipage. I'm posting what I did if someone has the same problem, or if someone else knows a better way. \minipage[t]{\dimexpr0.48\linewidth-2\fboxsep-2\fboxrule\relax} \begin{knitrout} \begin{knitrout} \definecolor{shadecolor}{rgb}{0.969, 0.969, 0.969}\color{fgcolor} \includegraphics[width=1\linewidth]{figure/plot} \hfill{} ...

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I found a good solution through Latex2rtf + TexSword. The process consists performing first the convertion LaTex-> Word (which in my case is around 85% correct), and then to fix the wrong or not converted parts with TexSword (the remaining 15%).

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I think that the problem is in your backend, because Rstudio uses texi2dvi to write pdf and then it does not know about biber. Try to change: \usepackage[backend=biber]{biblatex} with \usepackage[backend=bibtex]{biblatex} in the preamble. Normally this work.

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R 3.0.2 is normally completely compliant with the latest version of inconsolata (July 2013 or later), so if you still have problems, start with updating your TEX installation, your R installation and your TEX packages. On a Windows machine with a MIKTEX installation, try the following steps : update R to at least R3.0.2 (that one is adapted for the new ...

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