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Mar
8
comment What are the advantages of switching to Emacs for TeX/knitR work?
Jens, try Vincent Goulet's distribution of the latest Emacs (for Windows) complete with ESS and AucTeX, which can be found here. This is how I started with Emacs.
Mar
8
comment What are the advantages of switching to Emacs for TeX/knitR work?
I switched to Emacs three years ago and I never looked back. I use it mostly for R with ESS, which works really well and the very occasional bit of TeX. Emacs wasn't as horrible as I had been led to believe and it really is infinitely expandible. Packages like ace-jump and Keychord are great.
Sep
24
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Oct
5
comment Navigating arguments with AUCTeX
yasnippet does this sort of thing very well. Somebody has already written quite a few snippets for LaTeX, such as this one for \frac{}. yasnippet can be used in other modes and languages as well as in TeX.
Sep
24
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Nov
24
revised Undesired quotes around values in table (pgfplot)
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Nov
16
revised Undesired quotes around values in table (pgfplot)
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Nov
15
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Nov
15
revised Undesired quotes around values in table (pgfplot)
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Nov
15
comment Undesired quotes around values in table (pgfplot)
I see. With quote = TRUE you get "","pe","se" and with quote = FALSE you get ,pe,se which throws your PGFPlots. So if the header contains three columns, it should work? Aah, but the original poster wants to have only those two column titles. Mmmm.
Nov
15
answered Undesired quotes around values in table (pgfplot)