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Org R Sandbox

Meta, Academic

This post presents the workflow of interacting with R in org mode. I am mainly seeking three functions in this workflow: automatic output; persistent R session across multiple source blocks; ability to present both codes and outputs. Preparation # org-babel for executing and tangling source blocks ESS for interacting directly with R in emacs through the inferior R process Instruction # set up proper sub-tree/buffer header arguments, for this blog post I used sub-tree header arguments: :header-args:R: :session *R* :exports both :eval no-export run org-bable-execute-src-block (or on sub-tree/buffer level) to produce outputs in the text area Example # Plot output # For the following code block, I used the source block header arguments #+begin_src R :results output graphics file :file test. ...

Planning 2020 Beyond Work-Life Balance


A Broken Self and a New Decade # With the tingly smell of mulled wine, the dazzling Christmas lights in Berlin streets, I found myself in a very dark place at the end of 2019: it’s the end of a decade yet my life is full of loose ends. Trying so hard to be the best version of myself as an instructor, a scholar, and a creator, I had, not literally, untied shoe laces that will trip myself over nothing every single day. ...