[R] double-axis labels function of each other

John Kane jrkrideau at inbox.com
Fri Apr 3 17:47:53 CEST 2015

Notepad should be fine but you will, I think, still have to correct the apostrophes if you are copying from Word.  

Any code written in Notepad should be fine.  

There are several dedicated editors or IDE's for use with R that you might want to look into.  RStudio, Tinn-R and EMACs with ESS are some that come to mind.  Among other things, they usually offer code highlighting which can be very useful for finding where there are typos, missing commas, and so on.

I run Linux (Ubuntu) and find gedit with an R plug-in to be very good also.

John Kane
Kingston ON Canada

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> Yes, I keep a copy in MS Word.
> Would Notepad be OK?
> I need sleep now, will work tomorrow.
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