Re: [R] Tranferring R results to word prosessors

From: Patrick Burns <pburns_at_pburns.seanet.com>
Date: Fri 10 Feb 2006 - 06:08:19 EST

One approach is to use LyX (http://www.lyx.org/). This is a lot like using Word or other word processors but it creates LaTeX. You probably won't need to know anything about TeX for a long time unless you are doing really weird things.

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roger bos wrote:

>Yeah, but I don't understand LaTeX at all. Can you point me to a good
>beginners guide?
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>Thanks,
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>Roger
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>On 2/9/06, Barry Rowlingson <B.Rowlingson@lancaster.ac.uk> wrote:
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>>Tom Backer Johnsen wrote:
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>>>I have just started looking at R, and are getting more and more
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>>irritated
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>>>at myself for not having done that before.
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>>>However, one of the things I have not found in the documentation is some
>>>way of preparing output from R for convenient formatting into something
>>>like MS Word.
>>>
>>>
>>Well whatever you do, don't start looking at LaTeX, because that will
>>get you even more irritated at yourself for not having done it before.
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>>LaTeX is to Word as R is to what? SPSS?
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>>I've still not seen a pretty piece of mathematics - or even text - in
>>Word.
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>>Barry
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