38 reputation
5
bio website
location
age
visits member for 1 year, 7 months
seen Mar 23 at 2:27

Oct
12
awarded  Disciplined
Oct
11
awarded  Editor
Jan
15
comment Sweave documents: saving output for later use
So this is compiled the same way I would do a sweave document? Can I do this through emacs?
Jan
15
comment Sweave documents: saving output for later use
If I understood your response, it sounds like I need to run the .Rnw file. Save the figures and such to separate files. Then when re-running the file, change all chunks to eval=FALSE and manually load the figures? Am I completely voiding the initial reason to use sweave in the first place?
Jan
14
asked Sweave documents: saving output for later use
Jan
4
awarded  Supporter
Sep
14
awarded  Scholar
Sep
14
accepted customizing TEXMFHOME
Sep
14
comment customizing TEXMFHOME
It returns no result. I'm afraid to ask what that means...
Sep
13
comment customizing TEXMFHOME
when I try "texdoc kpathsea" I get the following error "sh: 1: gnome-open: not found"
Sep
13
comment customizing TEXMFHOME
sweet, this worked. I have some questions though so I understand what this is doing.... I looked up the -p option for mkdir, but I didn't quite understand what that option did. How did you know that ~/texmf/tex/latex is a directory that is seen when compiling latex? Is there a book on this sort of stuff for latex? Last question. There is a Ls-R file in '~/texmf/' What is that for?
Sep
12
awarded  Student
Sep
12
asked customizing TEXMFHOME