[OS X TeX] Re: Tables
john.maindonald at anu.edu.au
Mon Aug 20 20:19:24 EDT 2007
Users of the R system have the xtable function in the xtable
package, which works like a charm. Supply the table, and
it spits out the LaTeX code.
There is a simple editor that gives a somewhat spreadsheet-
like ability to edit R objects, including tables. There is also
an interface to Excel if you want to go that route.
Note also the abilities in the Hmisc package.
For R, go to http://cran.r-project.org
John Maindonald email: john.maindonald at anu.edu.au
phone : +61 2 (6125)3473 fax : +61 2(6125)5549
Centre for Mathematics & Its Applications, Room 1194,
John Dedman Mathematical Sciences Building (Building 27)
Australian National University, Canberra ACT 0200.
On 21 Aug 2007, at 10:00 AM, TeX on Mac OS X Mailing List wrote:
> Subject: Tables
> From: "Nathan Paxton" <napaxton at fas.harvard.edu>
> Date: Mon, 20 Aug 2007 14:26:08 -0400
> Hi all,
> I'm about to make some statistical tables to include in a conference
> article, and I wonder if there is a convenient way to do this. I
> know about the Tables panel in TeXShop, but I've never quite figured
> out how to get it to the following.
> Say I set up a table (headers and such) but don't put the values for
> each cell in. Then I want to fill in those values over the course of
> a couple of days. And perhaps I need a column added later on. Etc. I
> don't see any way to save the contents of the table so that I can re-
> edit it with ease (and also not screw it up if I edit it by hand,
> which inevitably seems to happen). I guess what I'd like is something
> more spreadsheet-like, where I can enter, edit, and format the table,
> but I can then generate at least some sort of LaTeX code to insert
> into my document.
> Does anyone have a suggestion for how to go about this?
> Nathan A. Paxton
> Ph.D. Candidate
> Dept. of Government, Harvard University
> Resident Tutor
> John Winthrop House, Harvard University
> napaxton AT fas DOT harvard DOT edu
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