[Rd] RE: R Newsletter: 1st Call for Articles
Thu, 21 Dec 2000 07:49:49 -0500
If I can humbly suggest, a standard template that could be used for the
"text" part on any platform. This would certainly be one if not the best
solution. Complement this with postscript graphics as suggested by Prof.
Ripley or chose any other output that R itself can produce and show us how
to embed these in our text maybe as an example in the template.
Then where left with equations I think and here again, if I'm not mistaking,
R as some utilities for that as well or maybe for those like me who know
nothing about Latex except the name, you could direct us to some Latex
guide, tutorial or whatever that could help us imbed equation in our text.
I think this is common practice as I ear some of you complain that this
editor wants this or that standard for their submitted papers.
This kind of solution would have the merit of stopping the ongoing war of
words between the two major community of pc users.
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> Bill Venables writes:
> > With regard to the burgeoning side-discussion on whether or
> not to accept
> > WORD submissions, I plead for a quick, decisive and final ruling in the
> > negative.
> Why not just give the word users a latex template they can fill in.
> After all most of latex is just copying from previous documents.
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