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From: Henning Schnoor <henning.schnoor@gm...>  20090727 12:37:09

Hi developers, I tried the first beta of kile 2.1, and I am very impressed  2.1 seems to be a major achievement ofer 2.0, thanks for all the effort put into the program. I just have a quick comment about the "preview" build function  I think it would be nice if this one would also use the "unique" parameter of okular, so that all output of kile can be viewed in the same okular window. All the best and thanks again for your work, Henning 
From: N. Srinivasan <narayanas@co...>  20090727 12:24:30

I have provided the Latex code below. When I hit the Latex to Web, I the graphics part is omitted. What am I doing wrong? Yes, the file x.eps is already in the same directory. \documentclass[a4paper,12pt]{article} \usepackage{graphicx} % needed for including graphics e.g. EPS, PS \usepackage{float} %opening \title{Some Thoughts on R} \author{Vadulam} \begin{document} \DeclareGraphicsExtensions{.eps,.jpg,.pdf,.mps,.png} \maketitle This article provides some examples of using R both in Statistics and Mathematics. We assume that you have already installed R in your computer. See: http://www.rproject.org. There are plenty of introductory and tutorial material at that web site. Let us start with a simple example. Plot $y = x^2$, for values of $10.0 <= x <=10.0$, with increments of $1.0$ First, we have to generate values of x before we can compute the corresponding values of y. The R command that does this is: $x = 10:10:1$ The first number is the starting number for x, the secondis the end number, the third number is the value by which you increment values of x. To verify the x values, just type x at the command prompt. You will see a list of values for x. Now you are ready to compute values of y. Type, $y = x^2$ at the command prompt. \# is the character that denotes comments and is ignored by R. Now, type y at the command prompt. You will see the list of y values for the corresponding x values. The plot command will display the $y = x^2$ graph on your computer display: plot(x,y,\``l\'') \``l\'' is not the number one but the lower case L that tells R to connect the points as a continuous line. \pagebreak Here is the result: \begin{figure*}[ht] \includegraphics[width=5.00in,height=5in,angle=270]{x.eps} \caption{The Plot of y} \end{figure*} \end{document} 