% (C) Lars Madsen, email@example.com, 2017/12/01 % This material is subject to the LaTeX Project Public License. % See http://www.ctan.org/tex-archive/help/Catalogue/licenses.lppl.html % for the details of that license. Where I work statisticians mostly use SAS and R when doing calculations or simulations. Thus they need to be able to import results or source code into their LaTeX projects. This package is an extension to an earlier (unreleased) package which only handled SAS. The package simply serve as a sort of front end to the listings package, creating some new lstlisting like environments and import macros similar to \lstinputlisting. All configuration is handled via a hierarchy of listings style. The is package also capable of overloading the Sweave and SASweave packages. HISTORY: 2017/12/01 * now requires a listings newer than 2015/06/04, so we have the R lang spec * Added R lang calls to the base R style * Added countbylistings option * A few extra things added to the manual (utf8) 2014/03/07 * bad test for \chapter, fix by using \ifundef instead 2012/10/10 * Added a test for the legacy (unpublished) SASdisplay package. Users should not be using both packages 2012/03/27 * Fixed typo within \inputSASoutput configuration 2011/12/01 * First public release /Lars Madsen firstname.lastname@example.org
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SASnRdisplay – Typeset SAS or R code or output
The SASnRdisplay package serves as a front-end to listings, which permits statisticians and others to import source code and the results of their calculations or simulations into LaTeX projects.
|Licenses||The LaTeX Project Public License 1.3|
|Copyright||2011 Lars Madsen|
|Contained in||TeX Live as sasnrdisplay|
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