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From: Dan Davison <davison@stats.ox.ac.uk>
To: Graham Smith <myotisone@gmail.com>
Cc: emacs-orgmode@gnu.org
Subject: Re: Footnotes and R output when exporting to HTML or Latex
Date: Wed, 28 Jan 2009 20:14:07 -0500	[thread overview]
Message-ID: <20090129011407.GB7878@stats.ox.ac.uk> (raw)
In-Reply-To: <2c75873c0901210739v77a6d347g8ab78d36ec0640a1@mail.gmail.com>

On Wed, Jan 21, 2009 at 03:39:36PM +0000, Graham Smith wrote:
> Mmmm, so busy concerened about the graphics I didn't realise I had
> such a major issue with footnotes.
> 
> I am pasting R output into an org file which comes in like:
> 
> > names(gq3hazard)
> 
> [1] "H1a"    "H1b"    "H1c"    "H2a"    "H2b"    "H2c"    "H3a"    "H3b"
> 
> [9] "H3c"    "H3d"    "H4a"    "H4b"    "H4c"    "H5a"    "H5b"    "H5c"
> 
> [17] "Htotal"

Hi Graham,

An alternative might be to format output like this as an org table?
As Tom Short pointed out in another thread, you can use org-tblR.el
(was org-table-R.el) in a trivial way to do that without any
copy/pasting. For example you could use any of the following

||
#+TBLRR: x <- names(gq3hazard)

||
#+TBLRR: x <- t(names(gq3hazard))

||
#+TBLRR: x <- cbind(seq(length(gq3hazard)), names(gq3hazard))

With point in the #+TBLRR line, org-tblR-apply produces respectively


|        |
|--------|
| H1a    |
| H1b    |
| H1c    |
| H2a    |
| H2b    |
| H2c    |
| H3a    |
| H3b    |
| H3c    |
| H3d    |
| H4a    |
| H4b    |
| H4c    |
| H5a    |
| H5b    |
| H5c    |
| Htotal |
#+TBLRR: x <- names(gq3hazard)

|     |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |     |        |
|-----+-----+-----+-----+-----+-----+-----+-----+-----+-----+-----+-----+-----+-----+-----+-----+--------|
| H1a | H1b | H1c | H2a | H2b | H2c | H3a | H3b | H3c | H3d | H4a | H4b | H4c | H5a | H5b | H5c | Htotal |
#+TBLRR: x <- t(names(gq3hazard))

|    |        |
|----+--------|
|  1 | H1a    |
|  2 | H1b    |
|  3 | H1c    |
|  4 | H2a    |
|  5 | H2b    |
|  6 | H2c    |
|  7 | H3a    |
|  8 | H3b    |
|  9 | H3c    |
| 10 | H3d    |
| 11 | H4a    |
| 12 | H4b    |
| 13 | H4c    |
| 14 | H5a    |
| 15 | H5b    |
| 16 | H5c    |
| 17 | Htotal |
#+TBLRR: x <- cbind(seq(length(gq3hazard)), names(gq3hazard))

Dan

http://www.stats.ox.ac.uk/~davison/software/org-tbl-R/org-tblR.el

(NB The code now uses TBLRR: instead of TBLR::)

p.s. [Explanation if required/interested : TBLRR lines contain R code
that create an R variable called `x' that gets output to the org
buffer as an org table. In these cases a degenerate org table (||) is
provided, and the R code doesn't use it when creating the variable
x. For non-R users: "<-" is the assignment operator in R (you can also
use "="), cbind sticks two vectors together column-wise, t is the
transpose function.]





> 
> 
> I suspect some of you are ahead of me, becasue the Org mode export
> takes these to be footnotes so in the PDF I get
> 
> > names(gq3hazard)
> 1
> "H1a" "H1b" "H1c" "H2a" "H2b" "H2c" "H3a" "H3b"
> $??9$ "H3c" "H3d" "H4a" "H4b" "H4c" "H5a" "H5b" "H5c"
> $??17$ "Htotal"
> 
> 
> with a footnote
> 
> 1
> 5 3 7 > library(boot) > medianCI(na.omit(H1b))
> 
> I have no idea where the >medianCI bit has come from but looking
> through the file, the spurious footnotes seems to be causing havoc
> with the layout.
> 
> 
> Is it possible to disable the footnote feature and then explicityly
> tell orgmode that a specific instance of square brackets should be
> interpreted as a footnote.
> 
> Thanks,
> 
> Graham
> 
> 
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      parent reply	other threads:[~2009-01-29  1:14 UTC|newest]

Thread overview: 10+ messages / expand[flat|nested]  mbox.gz  Atom feed  top
2009-01-21 15:39 Graham Smith
2009-01-21 16:32 ` Paul R
2009-01-21 16:47   ` Graham Smith
2009-01-21 17:15     ` [OT] basic emacs tips you will need someday (was: Footnotes and R output when exporting to HTML or Latex) Paul R
2009-01-21 17:28       ` Graham Smith
2009-01-22  3:54       ` Manish Sharma
2009-01-22  9:13         ` Graham Smith
2009-01-21 17:33     ` Re: Footnotes and R output when exporting to HTML or Latex Nick Dokos
2009-01-21 17:40       ` Graham Smith
2009-01-29  1:14 ` Dan Davison [this message]

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