StatWeave -- Old (June 2008) beta version
StatWeave is software whereby you can embed statistical code (e.g.,
SAS, R, Stata, etc.) into a LaTeX or OpenOffice document. After
running StatWeave, the code listing, output, and graphs are added to
the document. The software is written in Java and runs on all
platforms for which a Java virtual machine (JVM, version 1.5 or
highher) is available; and it is [ossible to extend StatWeave to add
support for new statistical programs and file formats.
This is still under development; there are some rough edges, but it works
pretty well. To try it out., download and unpack the file statweave.zip. Then look at the appropriate Readme file:
- For Windows: See the instructions in windows\Readme-Windows.txt
- For Unix/Linux/Mac OS X:
See the instructions in unix\Readme-Unix.txt
Folders in the statweave-beta.zip archive:
The separate file devel.zip gives the source code and the javadoc
documentation of the Java classes.
- common - Files needed on all platforms. The manual is in this folder
- unix - Files needed for a Unix/Linux installation
- windows - Files needed for a Windows installation
- tests - Source files for testing (results of these tests
are available in the separate archive test-results.zip)
Accompanying files COPYING, CHANGELOG, and BUGS describe licensing and
development issues. To see the date of the most recent update, see
CHANGELOG. The date stamp on these files reflects when it was most
Russell V. Lenth
Dept. of Statistics
University of Iowa
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