Hi Tal,

Just another note, I recently joined the R2HTML team. I am still

slogging through the Sweave code trying to understand it better, but

in the coming months I will be working on implementing more of the

features in R's RweaveLatex() driver for HTML. This will not

precisely help a LaTeX to HTML conversion, but will perhaps make a

pure HTML implementation more palatable.

HTML5 is theoretically supported on the latest browsers and has

supports mathml which *should* provide a means of including elegant

formulae in HTML pages. In my experience, there seems to be

considerable cross-browser/version variability. Here is an example

that seems to work fairly well for most browsers (thanks to mathjax):

http://www.ats.ucla.edu/stat/r/dae/rreg.htmCheers,

Josh

On Thu, Sep 22, 2011 at 4:09 PM, Tal Galili <

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> Hello dear R help members,

> I have found several references on how to do this, my question is if anyone

> is actually using them - and if there are some strong points on what to use,

> and how well it is working out.

>

> My goal is to be able to easily create docs from R, but to be able to share

> it with other researchers (who do not use LaTeX) so they could easily

> copy/paste the tables and edit them for their needs (pdf is not solving this

> for me).

>

> The only reasonable solution I came by so far is to use HTML markup coupled

> with R2HTML (or odfWeave or R2wd). But nothing that can work with

> LaTeX->HTML (easily)

>

> I have asked a similar question here:

>

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/7512897/how-to-turn-a-latex-sweave-file-rnw-into-html> And also noticed it was asked half a year ago here:

>

http://tex.stackexchange.com/questions/4145/workflow-for-converting-latex-into-open-office-ms-word-format> The general issue of TeX to HTML was discussed also in these places:

>

http://tex.stackexchange.com/questions/50/how-can-i-convert-math-less-latex-documents-into-microsoft-word>

> And obviously the following page offers other good resources to consider:

>

http://cran.r-project.org/web/views/ReproducibleResearch.html>

> p.s: I search the R-help for this topic, but "sweave html" didn't seem to

> yield good results - my apologies if this has been heavily debated before -

> links would be welcomed as well.

>

>

> Tal

>

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