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* [Babel] Header arguments
@ 2011-05-14  2:56 Thomas S. Dye
  2011-05-14  4:04 ` Nick Dokos
  2011-05-14 14:05 ` Eric Schulte
  0 siblings, 2 replies; 3+ messages in thread
From: Thomas S. Dye @ 2011-05-14  2:56 UTC (permalink / raw)
  To: emacs-orgmode

Aloha all,

I have a little function that graphs two 14C dates (below).  The data
are held in tables produced by a software package that I access on the
web.  I read these into Org-mode and give them a #+tblname:, as shown
below.  I'd like to have one function that will graph any number of tables
but I don't know how to package up the table references and get them
inside the function.  If I put them in a table, they end up as strings
inside the function.

I suspect I'm being thick about this.  Can someone give me a pointer to
how this might be done?

All the best,

#+tblname: theta-one-no-rat
| cal BP | Posterior probability |
|  -1520 | 1.8353001633417145E-5 |

**** Two dates
#+srcname: two-dated-events
#+header: :file ~/org/tsdye/two-dates.pdf
#+header: :var xlab="theta_1"
#+header: :var x=theta-one-no-rat 
#+header: :var ylab="theta_4"
#+header: :var y=theta-four-no-rat 
#+header:  :width 6 :height 4 :results output graphics
#+begin_src R 
  res <- data.frame(cal.BP=numeric(0),Posterior.probability=numeric(0),label=character(0))
  res <- rbind(res,cbind(x,label=rep(xlab,dim(x)[1])))
  res <- rbind(res,cbind(y,label=rep(ylab,dim(y)[1])))
  g <-  ggplot(res, aes(x=1950 + cal.BP, y=Posterior.probability))
  g + geom_bar(stat='identity') + xlab("Year AD") +
  ylab("Probability") + facet_wrap(~ label)

Thomas S. Dye

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