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I was getting this error too and it appeared to be because I had saved the .Rmd file in a different directory to R's default one. i.e, my default R directory is getwd() "C:/Users/Dave/Documents" When I create and run a .Rmd file from the default directory the maths symbols render fine. However, if I create and save a .Rmd file in a different directory ...

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You can try other ways of exporting R objects to latex like xtable package. It has a lot more options and gives more control over the type of table exported. A small example : to specify the digits in the statistics reported, xtable(sumStats, digits = 2) and can specify floating environments like longtable etc. Please see documentation and gallery for ...

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I had the same question, and I managed to fix it following this recommendation at least for latextools, it may be the same for latexing. /R/Main.sublime-menu file has to be edited: (which in Ubuntu is in: ~/.config/sublime-text-3/Packages/SublimeREPL/config/R/Main.sublime-menu) and the additional scope has to be modified in this way: "additional_scopes": ...

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The listings package categorizes characters in three ways: letter, digit, and other. The R language for listings, whose definition can be found in lstdvrs.dtx, is defined in such a way as to treat periods as other: \lst@definelanguage{R}% %... alsoother={._\$},% %... }% However, as I understand it, in R, a period (.) can be used in identifiers ...

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This isn't the answer to the original post, but I came here Googling for "Longtable misplaced noalign" so my eventual solution might be useful for someone. In my case I needed a \\ after the \caption and \label. This seems incredibly counterintuitive to me so if anyone can explain why or tell me where this is documented I'd be grateful. ...

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