I started using biblatex, for preparing my thesis manuscript, today. It’s a very neat and flexible package. In addition though, there are a slew of citation styles available . Not only that, there is a natbib  option that can be specified as a parameter right within the preamble. Continue reading “LaTeX Citation and Referencing Using Biblatex Package”
I find that the R layout() function is a lot easier and more flexible to work with when combing multiple plots into one graph. I have in the past also played around with the par() function, but layout() is my favourite 🙂 Continue reading “R Graphical Representation – Multiple Plots in One Graph”
I conducted a user experience (UX) study, as part of an evaluation process for a paper submission to ICADL 2012 –the paper was accepted–, towards the end of July 2012. I particularly found AllAboutUX.org useful for selecting the UX evaluation methodology to utilise, and eventually resorted to using Intrinsic Motivation Inventory. Continue reading “User Experience Evaluation Using Intrinsic Motivation Inventory”
LaTeX/Sweave integration is awesome! Dynamic reporting made easy indeed. Integrating the overall workflow with tikZ functionality right within R is even better as it esures that your plots have a consistent look and feel through out your report.
I have R code embedded within LaTeX files that make use of R plots, and I use Sweave to generate corresponding standalone TeX files. In addition to that though, I also make use of the R tikzDevice package to ensure that the fonts in my R plots are consistent with my LaTeX document. As it turns out, R commands are output at a low level as tikZ commands . Continue reading “R Graphical Representation – Installing tikzDevice Package”