(Due to operator error, the speaker video for this talk was not recorded — apologies.)
R is a sophisticated statistical programming language available on various platforms. Since its initial development in 1992 it has become a major tool for many scientists all over the world. For the integration with LATEX it provides various tools allowing a dynamic creation of reports. In my presentation I am going to present a hands-on demonstration of how to work with R and generate impressive reports using the packages Sweave, xtable and tikzdevice.
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