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Biostatistics/Psychometrics consulting, bohemian scientist.

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Jul
17
comment How to prevent text generated with `Sweave` from running off the right margin?
@wleoncio You're right: litterate programming often means mixing up different languages (I used to use noweb beforehand, and it was simpler). Now, I've switched to knitr which, I believe, blends better with R (BTW, here's another option for setting output width).
Jul
17
comment How to add several authors with different affiliations in beamer?
@LWZ Have you tried \underline{author1}?
Jul
16
comment How to add several authors with different affiliations in beamer?
@LWZ Not sure I understand what you mean (underscore?), but \emph{author1} should work.
May
14
comment What best combination of fonts for Serif, Sans, and Mono do you recommend?
(+1) Great! I tend to use Inconsolata when typesetting code snippet, but the Bera font looks nice with Palatino once it is x-scaled.
May
14
comment What best combination of fonts for Serif, Sans, and Mono do you recommend?
(+1) Thanks, I didn't know about Marion font.
Dec
14
comment What does [t] and [ht] mean?
@JonasStein Usually, before.
Aug
4
comment Multi-line Equations
What's going on if you add a combination of \right. (end of the 1st line) and \left. (beginning of the 2nd line)?
Jul
12
comment New line instead of word-breaking
@Keks I guess the OP just wants a very simplified example, or at least a pointer: the microtype doc is just 206 pages long :-)
Jul
4
comment How to run LaTeX from Word?
Funny, indeed. (+1)
Jun
27
comment Alternative way to print source code
I cannot vote to close but I'm pretty certain such questions have been addressed previously (although I cannot find a best dup candidate).
Jun
27
comment How to generate QR code for iCalendar event?
Less detailed than a previous answer, though :-)
May
16
comment Converting ConTeXt document to HTML
Marco, @Aditya: Thanks for your helpful replies.
May
15
comment Converting ConTeXt document to HTML
(+1) Many (many) thanks for taking a look at this again. What command did you use to compile the above document, context or mtxrun? I was able to reproduce this example, and yours by replacing the \setupbackend options with export=yes,xhtml=yes (and running context on it). Anyway, that deserves a bounty!
Feb
14
comment How to add a jitter to a scatter plot with pgfplots
(+1) Very elegant solution.
Feb
1
comment Converting ConTeXt document to HTML
@Marco (+1) Thanks for that. I will have a look into the epub option.
Jan
22
comment Table caption without the word “table”
Possible related question: How to remove figure label?
Dec
18
comment Code highlighting in ConTeXt
Thanks for that (and all you've done with the t-vim module!).
Dec
7
comment Source Code Margin Comments
(+1) I was about to ask a similar question! In ConTeXt, I used to rely on custom paragraphs (usually defined as \defineparagraphs[ecode][n=2,rule=on]) to create such side-by-side layout but I guess the above code could be translated to ConTeXt without too much difficulty. It has the merit of having the code and associated comments on the same line.
Dec
6
comment Environments for visually setting text apart
(+1) Very nice response!
Nov
14
comment How can I use a table generated by R in LaTeX?
A great +1 for using Hmisc and showing how to use it in this particular context!