[R] How to generate a report with graphics and tables?

Pfaff, Bernhard Bernhard.Pfaff at drkw.com
Thu Jan 29 10:07:09 CET 2004

> Hello R-Users,
> I have some data sets which change on a daily bases. So far I have 
> imported  these sets into R, done all my evaluations resulting in a 
> couple of plots, charts and tables of numbers which I copy&pasted via 
> clipboard into Powerpoint.
Hello Olaf,

if you follow the previously given advices, i.e using Sweave/LaTeX, you
might consider the package "pdfscreen" and/or an utility program "ppower",
to enhance your "LaTeX-presentation".




> The procedure is always the same and I wonder, whether there is no 
> easier way for doing so. Is there some type of "report generator" 
> available or some HowTo on this.
> Can anybody give me a hint on where to look for?
> Regards,
> Olaf Bürger
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