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September 11, 2012


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Really love the knitr package. It allowed me to convert a wordpress blog into a private knowledge base of survey data and statistical reports with only a few hours of work. It sure beats the hell out of mucking around with latex!

Fantastic tool knitr is!

With respect to documentation. I really hope r-dev pick this up. It would be great to see exhaustive statistical examples included in base R documentation (and make it easier for package authors to do so). I wonder if Hadley is considering knitr in his redesign of Roxygen3...

Yihui Xie thanks for the useful info.

As a non-programmer I had a lot of trouble figuring out how to use Knitr so I created some simple instructions to create html and pdf reports in R with Knitr: http://rprogramming.net/create-html-or-pdf-files-with-r-knitr-miktex-and-pandoc/

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