"I'm on the Mac, and I use TexShop. It's got all the GUI bells and whistles, and a big open space for the code.
On the Windows machine, it's Texniccenter for me, too, but I work on LaTex very rarely there.
I'm not a…"

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Oct 9, 2018

Kent M. replied to Urko's discussion Which Latex/Tex editor do you use? If you use more than one, which is the best one? in the group Latex / TeX

"I'm on the Mac, and I use TexShop. It's got all the GUI bells and whistles, and a big open space for the code.
On the Windows machine, it's Texniccenter for me, too, but I work on LaTex very rarely there.
I'm not a…"

Jun 5, 2011

Dave Garbutt replied to Urko's discussion Which Latex/Tex editor do you use? If you use more than one, which is the best one? in the group Latex / TeX

"I am using LyX for two years and prefer it - mainly beacuse it is a less distracting place to write than in a file with lots of markup visible.
It has lots of great usability features (e.g.
the 'go back to last place where a change was…"

May 27, 2011

Randa Al-Teraifi replied to Urko's discussion Simulating in SAS in the group SAS Network

"Sorry my answer is a bit late but hope other people find it helpful.
/* This program generates 300 observations of the variables y1, y2, y3, y4 . Beginning with the correlation matrix R and a vector of means m =…"

Feb 26, 2011

Urko added a discussion to the group Latex / TeX### Making own Beamer themes

Hi all!! I would like to make my own Beamer theme and I looking for the way I have to follow in order to do that.Could you help me? Thank you !!See More

Jan 28, 2011

Urko replied to Urko's discussion K-means, SOM, k-nn or classical clustering methods? in the group Data Mining

"Thank all of you for replying to my questions... I am working on it... I think your opinions have given me a clue... but we can continue discussing..."

Jan 27, 2011

Kevin Gray replied to Urko's discussion K-means, SOM, k-nn or classical clustering methods? in the group Data Mining

"For the kinds of segmentations I most often do, latent class is usually most appropriate (though it can be a headache). For k-means, I find CCEA (Convergent Cluster & Ensemble Analysis) from Sawtooth Software very useful…"

Aug 23, 2010

Urko added a discussion to the group Latex / TeX### Portable TeX & Package repositories

Have you ever tried to use Portable TeX ? I have downloaded and I wanted to use it, since I think it is an useful way to write in Tex without installing it in the hard disk of your PC or laptop. But I have a problem: I would like to install the packages from a local directory, that is, download most part of them and then store in a local directory from where I can install. Could you give me an advice? I have been looking for a solution in many websites but no success with the advices... Many…See More

Aug 16, 2010

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