[R] [R-pkgs] R2HTML update

Eric Lecoutre lecoutre at stat.ucl.ac.be
Wed Apr 21 16:31:19 CEST 2004

Hi to all R users,

I have just uploaded in CRAN R2HTML 1.3, latest update of the R2HTML 
package, so that it should soon be available for your favorite platform.

- Fixed some user-contributed bugs.
- More CSS styles are defined, so that it's possible to change the whole 
look-and-feel of outputs / Add some CSS sample files.
- Added HTMLstem to produce a stem-and-leaf plot (as stem does directly 
print to console).
- Added HTML.cormat, which is not a real S3 method but allows to write 
correlation matrices with "traffic highlighting" (colours).
- Added a Sweave driver (for Friedrich Leisch wonderfull Sweave tool) which 
allows to include R code within complex HTML files and to replace this code 
by it's outputs (objects in HTML and graphs in png). Comes with sample files.
- Dynamic use with HTMLStart() has a new option 'autobrowse' which 
auto-refresh (callls) the browser each time a command is processed.

Package: R2HTML
Version: 1.3
Title: HTML exportation for R objects
Author: Eric Lecoutre <lecoutre at stat.ucl.ac.be>
Maintainer: Eric Lecoutre <lecoutre at stat.ucl.ac.be>
Depends: R (>= 1.8.1)
Description: Includes HTML function and methods to write in an HTML file. 
Thus, making HTML reports is easy. Includes a fonction that allows 
redirection on the fly, which appears to be very usefull for teaching 
purpose, as the student can keep a copy of the produced output to keep all 
that he did during the course. Package comes with a vignette describing how 
to write HTML reports for statistical analysis. Finally, a driver for 
Sweave allows to parse HTML flat files containing R code and to 
automatically write the corresponding outputs (tables and graphs).
License: GPL version 2 or newer
URL: http://www.r-project.org, http://www.stat.ucl.ac.be/R2HTML/

Eric Lecoutre
UCL /  Institut de Statistique
Voie du Roman Pays, 20
1348 Louvain-la-Neuve

tel: (+32)(0)10473050
lecoutre at stat.ucl.ac.be

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