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Convert Rnw or Rrst files to PDF using knit() and texi2pdf() or rst2pdf()

Knit the input Rnw or Rrst document, and compile to PDF using texi2pdf or rst2pdf.

Usage
knit2pdf(input, output = NULL, compiler = NULL, envir = parent.frame(), quiet = FALSE, 
    encoding = getOption("encoding"), ...)
Arguments
input
path of the input file
output
path of the output file for knit(); if NULL, this function will try to guess and it will be under the current working directory
compiler
a character string which gives the LaTeX program used to compile the tex document to PDF (by default it uses the default setting of texi2pdf, which is often PDFLaTeX); this argument will be used to te
envir
the environment in which the code chunks are to be evaluated (for example, parent.frame(), new.env(), or globale
quiet
whether to suppress the progress bar and messages
encoding
the encoding of the input file; see file
...
options to be passed to texi2pdf or rst2pdf
Value

  • The filename of the PDF file.

Note

The output argument specifies the output filename to be passed to the PDF compiler (e.g. a tex document) instead of the PDF filename.

See Also

knit, texi2pdf, rst2pdf

Aliases
  • knit2pdf
Examples
#' compile with xelatex
## knit2pdf(..., compiler = 'xelatex')

#' compile a reST file with rst2pdf
## knit2pdf(..., compiler = 'rst2pdf')
Documentation reproduced from package knitr, version 1.7, License: GPL

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