[R] Output including listing and graphs.

Duncan Murdoch murdoch.duncan at gmail.com
Sun Feb 9 02:38:09 CET 2014

On 14-02-08 7:58 PM, John Sorkin wrote:
> R 3.0.0 or RStudio  0.98.490
> Windows 7 (or Linux Mint)
> Is there any easy way to run an R program and have it produce text output in a file along with any graphs that the code produces? I know I can run the program and paste the graphs into the output however doing this is rather time consuming.

Besides the functions Jim told you about, there are Sweave (mainly for 
LaTeX output, but there is odfWeave) and knitr (several different output 
formats possible).  In fact, I believe knitr can work with Jim's functions.

Duncan Murdoch

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