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To get vector graphics from R into Word, use the EMF file format

Sunday, December 8th, 2013

Find of the day: install.packages(“devEMF”) This package lets you use emf(“filename.emf”) plot(…) dev.off() to produce an EMF file, which is a scalable vector graphic that you can import into a MS Word document. Scalable vector graphics look much nicer than bitmaps (jpeg, png, etc), since you asked. As they don’t have a fixed resolution you […]

Emacs with ESS and AucTeX on Windows

Monday, September 14th, 2009

I will have to use MS Windows for my new job, at least some of the time. I’ll put related posts in a new “MS Windows” category. If you use R, you most likely want ESS (Emacs Speaks Statistics) for your GNU Emacs. If you use LaTeX, you will also want AucTeX. I highly recommend […]