R, w3m incl. images, ESS, ... [was Re: [R] mozilla and R -- again]
david.whiting at ncl.ac.uk
Sat Mar 29 14:37:41 CET 2003
One other thing to mention. w3m can be compiled with image support
(which seemed strange to me at first considering w3m is a text
browser). Any, this means that graphics can also be displayed inline.
I have used Zed Shaw's html.r and run his example code. It works very
nicely. I have a screen shot of the output if people want to see what
it looks like but don't have a website on which to post it. If anyone
wants to see it, let me know and I email it. It is a 14k png file, so
is not too heavy.
I have also downloaded Eric Lecoutre's R2HTML and will have a play
So, all (?) I need to do now is learn enough lisp to stick it all
On Fri, Mar 28, 2003 at 06:35:39PM +0000, david.whiting at ncl.ac.uk wrote:
> On Fri, Mar 28, 2003 at 06:38:22AM -0800, A.J. Rossini wrote:
> > > fast. This does not provide all of the functionality of help.start()
> > > but might be a way of getting free of these java issues (for those
> > > happy to use emacs and ESS that is).
> > Very, very interesting. Let me know if I can help.
> Without doubt. How about this problem: I can get input from the
> minibuffer and store it in a variable. I haven't yet found out how to
> call R from a lisp function (or more correctly do thing like
> eval-region/eval-my-search-function) and when I do I want to be able
> to pass the entered value to the function. I plan to try to work on
> this over the weekend so if you can give me some pointers in that
> direction it would be helpful. Please remember though that I am very,
> very new to lisp.
> > Let us know if you make progress that you'd like to share!
> Okay, will do. BTW, what's the best way to handle
> discussion/collaboration on this? Off-list, at least until something
> more solid appears? It is probably a little tangential to R-help for
> now and I have not subscribed to the ESS list.
> Bye for now.
Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
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