[R] What is the best way to have "R" output tables in an MS Word format?
gunter.berton at gene.com
Sat May 1 01:04:10 CEST 2010
odfWeave might be a less daunting option here, as it can output results in
some .doc formats. I have no idea how well tables would survive the
Genentech Nonclinical Statistics
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Sent: Friday, April 30, 2010 3:46 PM
To: Max Gunther
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Subject: Re: [R] What is the best way to have "R" output tables in an MS
On Apr 30, 2010, at 5:13 PM, Max Gunther wrote:
> Dear "R" list,
> Our statisticians usually give us results back in a PDF format. I would
> to be able to copy and past tables from "R" output directly into a
> Word table since this will save us tons of time, be more accurate to
> minimize human copying errors and help us update data in our papers more
> Do people have suggestions for the best way to do this?
> I am a novice to "R" but I do work with a couple of
> very knowledgeable statisticians who do most of the heavy statistical
> lifting for our research group.
> Many thanks,
I would urge you to consider using Sweave. It enables the use of R and LaTeX
to facilitate reproducible research, which seems to be your goal here.
You might want to talk to your campus neighbor Frank Harrell, who has
extensive information on the Vanderbilt Biostatistics department web site on
Frank also has some pointers for converting between various formats:
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