Monthly Archives: June 2015

R: extensions by packages

A few months ago I published a post in which introduced the R software for statistical and graphical data analysis. One of the main features of R is its ability to import extensions through packages. But what is a package? An R package contains functions and/or data sets that can be loaded and unloaded at any […]

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TexStudio: Latex Editor

We have previously spoken of Latex, that allows us to write scientific papers with absolute control on the final result. Most distributions have a basic Latex editor, but there are a lot of  “vitamin” Latex editors  to simplify the wording of such documents. One of the most popular is TexStudio, a fork of Texmaker, which works in […]

By |Wednesday, June 17 2015|Research, Software, Teaching|Comments Off on TexStudio: Latex Editor