[R] Reproducible research

David Hajage dhajage.r at gmail.com
Thu Sep 9 09:03:55 CEST 2010

Hello David,

You could also have a look to the ascii package :
With asciidoc (http://www.methods.co.nz/asciidoc/), or one of other
markup languages supported (restructuredtext, txt2tags, or textile),
you can obtain good results.
For example, vignettes of the book "Analysis and Interpretation of
Freshwater Fisheries Data"
(http://www.ncfaculty.net/dogle/fishR/bookex/AIFFD/AIFFD.html) are
made with asciidoc and ascii package.

If you are an emacs user, you might also be interested in org-mode and
org-babel: http://orgmode.org/worg/org-contrib/babel/



2010/9/9 David Scott <d.scott at auckland.ac.nz>:
>  I am investigating some approaches to reproducible research. I need in the
> end to produce .html or .doc or .docx. I have used hwriter in the past but
> have had some problems with verbatim output from  R. Tables are also not
> particularly convenient.
> I am interested in R2HTML and R2wd in particular, and possibly odfWeave.
> Does anyone have sample documents using any of these approaches which they
> could let me have?
> David Scott
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