[R] Sweave for "big" data analysis
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Sat Jan 1 13:54:47 CET 2011
On Sat, Jan 1, 2011 at 12:20 AM, Yihui Xie <xie at yihui.name> wrote:
> I still recommend the pgfSweave package (as usual) -- you can cache
> both data objects (using cacheSweave) and graphics (using pgf).
Do these packages re-implement Sweave, or just use it as a dependency?
For example, if Sweave gets updated, will the changes be automatically
available for pgfSweave users or not?
> Yihui Xie <xieyihui at gmail.com>
> Phone: 515-294-2465 Web: http://yihui.name
> Department of Statistics, Iowa State University
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> On Fri, Dec 31, 2010 at 2:35 PM, Lars Bishop <lars52r at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Maybe I'm missing the point here...but let's suppose you are working with
>> "large" data sets and using functions that take a significant amount of time
>> to run in R. I woulnd't like to run these functions every time I call
>> Sweave("myfile.Rnw") within R. What is the "common" practice to use Sweave
>> in these situations. I would just run the function once, save the results
>> and only load them each time I run Sweave on the .Rnw file. Makes sense?
>> Sorry, the question seems silly, but I'd appreciate your thoughts.
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