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comment How to create a flyer with this layout?
Remark: In slightly modified form (by re-arranging and rotating some of the pages) it can be used to create a "pocket mod": uweziegenhagen.de/?p=909
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answered How to create a flyer with this layout?
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comment Importing table from csv file
Try renaming the file to "test.csv" Is it working then? If so, try to avoid the dot after "stable"
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revised Formatting R chunks when using knitr
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comment Formatting R chunks when using knitr
I unfortunately receive error messages regarding the \hl commands when I run your code: ! Undefined control sequence. l.5 \hlkwd{rnorm}\hlstd{(}\hlnum{3}\hlstd{)}
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comment Formatting R chunks when using knitr
This looks really promising, I'll test tomorrow.
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comment Remove “space symbol”
I don't think this is TeX-related. Rather looks like Arduino...
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comment Formatting R chunks when using knitr
Using this approach both "rnorm" rows come as dirtgreen on gray, which looks (as I think) horrible if compared to the lstlisting piece of code.
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comment Formatting R chunks when using knitr
I don't want to suppress it or load it from external files, I just want to have the second rnorm in the same format as the first.
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asked Formatting R chunks when using knitr
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reviewed Approve How to connect nodes with an arrow TikZ?
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comment Is it possible to put MS Excel graphs into a LaTeX document?
I am not aware of it, but I can imagine...
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comment How do maintainers/developers of TeX and LaTeX packages benefit from their volunteer work?
Personally I simply have fun working with LaTeX, it's very rare that I can pull financial benefits from working with LaTeX. It's the same kind of altruism that you find in most open source projects.
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comment LaTeX for writing a fiction book
For fictional books, I'd choose a author software such as Scrivener.
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comment Automatically capture acronyms
You could use grep to search for all uppercase characters and generate the TeX commands.