From: Michaell Taylor <Michaell.Taylor_at_boxwoodmeans.com>

Date: Wed 30 Mar 2005 - 07:30:36 EST

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Date: Wed 30 Mar 2005 - 07:30:36 EST

Seems like emacs-ess would do the trick. You can read in the entire file - formatted or spaced as appropriate - execute one line or several at a time and see the results in real time.

Obviously less a "slide show" than an R session, but that seems to be what you want.

A more "canned" slide show like approach might be something like Sweave/Prosper. This is considerably more work, loses the ability to interact with the interpreter -- but does achieve a very slick slideshow sort of look.

On Tue, 2005-03-29 at 14:54, George_Heine@blm.gov wrote:

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> Trying to use R to build an interactive "slide show", to be displayed on a

*> projector. The purpose of the presentation is to show how one could
**> construct a simple graph using R. It is meant as a general overview rather
**> than as detailed instruction.
**>
**> For example, something like the following sequence of commands. At
**> lecture time, I want the interpreter to read these commands one at a time
**> from a file, display and execute the command, (or two or three commands)
**> and then wait for another prompt.
**>
**> pale.yellow="#ffff99"
**> par(bg=pale.yellow)
**> plot(c(0,2*pi),c(-1,1),type="n",ylab="",yaxt="n")
**> mirror<-function(t) { c(t,rev(2*max(t)-t)) }
**> z<-log(1:1000)/log(1000)
**> zz<-z*pi/2
**> zzz<-mirror(mirror(zz))
**> polygon(zzz,sin(25*zzz)*sin(zzz),border="blue")
**> polygon(zzz,sin(5*zzz)*sin(zzz),border="green")
**> polygon(zzz,sin(zzz),lwd=2)
**> points(zzz,rep(0,length(zzz)),col="red",pch="|")
**>
**>
**> Wrapping the following around each command works, sort of :
**>
**> a<-expression(<command>)
**> x<-readline(a)
**> eval(a)
**>
**> However, this doesn't work properly for the function definition, and it
**> gets very clumsy to display two or three lines as a block and then
**> evaluate.
**>
**> Any help would be much appreciated.
**>
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