[R] Latex no where to be seen
phgrosjean at sciviews.org
Fri Aug 20 13:35:20 CEST 2010
On 20/08/10 13:22, Duncan Murdoch wrote:
> Philippe Grosjean wrote:
>> On 20/08/10 09:11, Joshua Wiley wrote:
>>> On Thu, Aug 19, 2010 at 9:18 PM, Donald Paul Winston
>>> <satchwinston at yahoo.com> wrote:
>>>> I'm experimenting using R as a report writer. I'm told LaTex is the
>>>> destination for my quest. But ?latex() gives me an error. The package
>>> Just as a side note, using ?foo() will always return an error. If
>>> there were a latex() function, you would drop the parentheses (i.e.,
>>> ?latex ) to bring up the documentation.
>> No, it does not. ? is the operator that has the top priority. So,
>> something like:
>> brings you the help page for function 'ls'. That said, you are right
>> that the correct syntax is:
> It's actually slightly more complicated: ?ls() really is parsed as ? of
> ls(), not (?ls)(). The help system needs to know the arguments to
> functions to know which help page to show you in the case of S4 methods.
> One simple example is the following:
> Now ?summary will give you the base page, but ?summary(fit2) will give
> you the stats4 page.
Many thanks! Good to know.
> Duncan Murdoch
>>>> manager does not have it. The package installer can't find it. Where
>>>> is it?
>>>> It amazes me that there's not a built in "report" function that can
>>>> the same kinds of reports that every report writer and data analysis
>>>> software in the whole word can do. (see SAS, Crystal Reports, SPSS,
>>>> Reports, Actuate, Hyperion, Cognos, ..etc)
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