Monthly Archives: Mar 2019

Using RStudio and LaTeX

This post will explain how to integrate RStudio and LaTeX, especially the inclusion of well-formatted tables and nice-looking graphs and figures produced in RStudio and imported to LaTeX. To follow along you will need RStudio, MS Excel and LaTeX.

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A modern take on how to formulate and answer a research question experimentally and empirically

Science is there to answer questions, and it is a powerful tool at that. However, the scientific method cannot answer all questions. In this post I outline how I approach the task of coming up with research questions, how to answer them and how to create a publishable manuscript describing this procedure. It is very idiosyncratic, but I hope that it might be useful for some readers, especially students.

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