[R] Combine graphical and textual output

Pfaff, Bernhard Dr. Bernhard_Pfaff at fra.invesco.com
Mon Jul 2 11:33:41 CEST 2007

Hello Dieter,

aside of Petr's suggestion, you might want to look at the 'relax'
package. Here, you can produce html as well as tex for on-the-fly
reports. The reports are set up within a tcl/tk window.


>I would like to know whether anybody knows a simple way to combine 
>textual and graphical output in R.
>A typical analysis produces textual output (e.g. model fits) and plots 
>in R. I would like to know whether R has the possibility of combining 
>these into a single 'report' or output. An example of a program that 
>does this is SPSS. After running the analysis you have a 
>combination of 
>textual output (tables) and plots that are easy to print and 
>I know of the possibility to embed R code into LATEX (using 
>Sweave), but 
>I wouldn't call this quick since a lot of coding will go into writing 
>the Sweave file.
>Any other suggestions?
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