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I am a graduate student and research assistant in psychological methods at the University of Amsterdam. I am mainly developping the R-package qgraph:

https://sites.google.com/site/qgraphproject


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comment Dynamically count and return number of words in a section
Awesome, thanks! Only tried it on whole sections and that works just fine.
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comment Dynamically count and return number of words in a section
Fortunately I am on Linux :) But I have a Windows machine available so I'll look into it. Thanks.
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comment Include Sweave input as verbatim
I ended up just using \Sexpr{"<<>>="} and \Sexpr{"@"} :) thanks!
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comment Include Sweave input as verbatim
Thanks. I don't care about the resulting .tex code. I just want to show the Sweave code and what it will result to in the pdf file. This can be done with inputting the text file but that seems so overdoing this? I'll probably have like 10 different examples and having 10 files to input seems unnecessary. I could of course write an R function to return a verbatim environment but that also seems a weird way of doing this. Surely there is an easier method?