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comment best way to capture R output into latex table
I think the alternative would be to just write down the information in excel and format it the way I want, then use a excel - to - latex conversion
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comment best way to capture R output into latex table
What is R's table format? Do you mean how the caret object is stored internally within R?
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accepted stacking three tables on top of each other
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comment stacking three tables on top of each other
I've added my real tables
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comment stacking three tables on top of each other
Also, I get the following picture. anyway to fix this? imgur.com/LL7n30A
Mar
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comment stacking three tables on top of each other
Thanks mico, could you explainwhat @{} l*{10}{S} @{} does?
Mar
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comment stacking three tables on top of each other
I guess I could. Would I be able to reference them separately? ie, figure 1a, 1b, and 1c?
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comment Setting color text to improve eye movement from the of one line to the start of the next?
As a non-related comment, you may also be interested in Spirtz. The theory is that if your eye is fixed on one point rather than jerking across the page reading, you brain has to only process information (instead of information + eye control). Google Spritz. There is a commercial and an open source implementation. For most things online, they provide a bookmarklet.
Feb
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comment Making a table look nicer
Check out this tex.stackexchange.com/questions/112343/beautiful-table-samples
Feb
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comment I am very interested in writing my M.Sc. thesis with Latex, and have question:
Essentially. Mine just came with predefined page margins, title page, a table of contents, and an example bib style. I've seen some very strict templates to very lenient ones. Again, don't worry about this until you have a good grasp on Latex (it has a steep learning curve) but keep it in mind for your actual thesis.
Feb
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comment I am very interested in writing my M.Sc. thesis with Latex, and have question:
I'd also like to point out that once you have a handle on creating documents, syntax, compiling and workflow, check with your department for a template. Chances are they provide a latex template that the graduate committee/faculty wants.
Jan
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comment autocomplete in TeXnicCenter does not work when biblatex is used
Sorry for commenting on this, but could you explain this a little bit more? This worked beautifully for me.
Jan
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comment removing an extra column from a resume template
Thanks that did the trick, but introduced a lot of extra space at the bottom now. Also, do you mind explaining what the \parbox[t] does for learning purposes?
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comment removing an extra column from a resume template
Yes I did that, but the blank line stays there.
Jan
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comment removing an extra column from a resume template
Okay thanks, that works. Another quick question. If I remove a line from header (say, Associate Research Scientist and the fax line from the two columns), instead of pushing the text up, it leaves a blank space. It other words, it aligns with "information" instead of "contact" in the \section column