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Contributed R Packages
Below is a list of all packages provided by project pgfSweave.
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Quality speedy graphics compilation and caching with Sweave
|pgfSweave provides a number of improvements to the speed and quality of Sweave output including: (1) capabilities for caching graphics generated with Sweave on top of the caching mechanisms provided by cacheSweave, (2) an interface to the tikzDevice package which provides graphics with consistent font style, sizing and quality as the main document and (3) highlighting of echod source code via the highlight package. pgfSweave provides a new driver for Sweave (pgfSweaveDriver) with new chunk options tikz, external, sanitize, highlight and tidy on top of the cache option provided by cacheSweave.|
|Version: 1.3.0 | Last change: 2012-03-21 17:31:51+01 | Rev.: 32|
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