microplot: Use R Graphics Files as Microplots (Sparklines) in Tables in LaTeX or HTML Files, and Output Data.frames to Org-Mode

Prepare lists of R graphics files to be used as microplots (sparklines) in tables in either LaTeX or HTML files. For LaTeX use the Hmisc::latex() function or xtable::xtable() with Sweave, knitr, rmarkdown, or Emacs org-mode to construct latex tabular environments which include the graphs. For HTML files use either Emacs org-mode or the htmlTable::htmlTable() function to construct an HTML file containing tables which include the graphs. Examples are shown with lattice graphics, base graphics, and ggplot2 graphics. Examples for LaTeX include Sweave (both LaTeX-style and Noweb-style), knitr, emacs org-mode, and rmarkdown input files and their pdf output files. Examples for HTML include org-mode and Rmd input files and their webarchive HTML output files. In addition, the as.orgtable function can display a data.frame in an org-mode document.

Version: 1.0-14
Imports: Hmisc
Suggests: HH, lattice, ggplot2, reshape2, grid, latticeExtra, xtable, markdown, rmarkdown, knitr, htmlTable
Published: 2016-06-22
Author: Richard M. Heiberger, with contributions from Karen Byron and Nooreen Dabbish.
Maintainer: Richard M. Heiberger <rmh at temple.edu>
License: GPL-2 | GPL-3 [expanded from: GPL (≥ 2)]
NeedsCompilation: no
SystemRequirements: LaTeX
CRAN checks: microplot results

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Reference manual: microplot.pdf
Vignettes: Microplots in LaTeX tables, useR2016 poster
Package source: microplot_1.0-14.tar.gz
Windows binaries: r-devel: microplot_1.0-14.zip, r-release: microplot_1.0-14.zip, r-oldrel: microplot_1.0-14.zip
OS X Mavericks binaries: r-release: microplot_1.0-14.tgz, r-oldrel: microplot_1.0-14.tgz

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Reverse suggests: HH

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