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Apr
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comment Aux file won't finish writing
@Vectornaut Feel free to go ahead.
Mar
29
comment How to drop “Chapter X” in a particular chapter?
Use \chapter*.
Feb
18
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Jan
23
answered By which pkg to visualize a hypercube graph?
Jan
11
comment Literate R Programming
Thanks. It would be nice if you could provide an example.
Jan
8
comment Literate R Programming
@AlanMunn Thanks for the explanation about the doubling. I never realised this. This is unfortunate because I now have to wait until I have enough reputation before I can award my next bounty:-) I wanted to award an additional bounty, not add to Adam's answer. If I don't get additional answers, I won't award the bounty.
Jan
7
comment Literate R Programming
Thanks Adam. I'll have a look at ntr/enitr. (Having to run two commands from the command line instead of one isn't a real problem. My main concern is that I'd like to keep the R and LaTeX documents integrated.)
Jan
7
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Jan
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Dec
30
comment Literate R Programming
@AdamLiter Thanks. Is there any chance you can turn this into an answer?
Dec
30
comment Literate R Programming
@ChristianHupfer is right.
Dec
30
comment Literate R Programming
Thanks. Ideally, I'd not want to do that. I just want to run LaTeX once or twice and then end up with the document. E.g. I'd like to generate the data for the pictures using R and then create them with TikZ. Having seen Sweave and the example on TeXample.net I know this should be possible. Before committing to a solution, I want to know a bit more about the solutions, which is why i asked the question.
Dec
30
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Dec
29
comment Document Layout Styles
@GonzaloMedina Looks nice but from the examples it's not clear whether it's easy to change the style for sectional units.
Dec
29
comment Document Layout Styles
@ienissei Ideally it should work with LaTeX. You may assume there are no footnotes, but if you do implement them, they should not interfere with the inter-line spacing of the running text. You may also assume there are no consecutive headings.
Dec
24
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Dec
20
comment LoF/LoT Number Postfix
Dunno. Pls provide a minimum working example. Merry Xmas.
Nov
28
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Nov
2
comment End of proof sign outside table
It looks like you're trying to hand-craft a commutative diagram. Have you thought of using the amscd package for this? If you do use this package, it also won't be difficult to get your end-of-proof sign at the right position. TikZ also supports commutative diagrams.
Sep
28
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