Sharedlatex-tests / test.rnwOpen in CoCalc
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\title{Knitr in CoCalc}

\author{Harald Schilly}

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\maketitle

You can type R commands in your \LaTeX{} document and they will be properly run and the output printed in the document.

<<>>=
library(knitr)
opts_chunk$set(fig.path='figure/latex-', cache.path='cache/latex-')
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<<>>=
R.version
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<<>>=
ip <- installed.packages()
dim(ip)
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<<cache=TRUE>>=
# Create a sequence of numbers
X = 2:10 

# Display basic statistical measures
summary(X)
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<<>>=
myF <- function(x) {
    print(2*x + 1)
}
myF(22)
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$$x^y$$

<<>>=
a <- 111
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<<>>=
x <- c(2,3,4,5,1,2,3,2)
summary(x)
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<<histogram-plot, fig.width=6, fig.height=4, out.width='.75\\linewidth'>>=
hist(x)
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Sum of \Sexpr{paste(x, collapse="+")} is \Sexpr{sum(x)}.

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<<histogram-plot2, fig.width=8, fig.height=4, out.width='.4\\linewidth'>>=
hist(x)
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<<histogram-plot3, fig.width=4, fig.height=4, out.width='.4\\linewidth'>>=
hist(x)
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<<histogram-plot4, dev='tikz', fig.height=4, fig.width=10, out.width='.9\\linewidth'>>=
data <- rnorm(1000)
hist(data)
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\Sexpr{1/17} and \Sexpr{1.23e-6}.

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