Knitr is a template language created in 2012. knitr is an engine for dynamic report generation with R. It is a package in the statistical programming language R that enables integration of R code into LaTeX, LyX, HTML, Markdown, AsciiDoc, and reStructuredText documents. The purpose of knitr is to allow reproducible research in R through the means of Literate Programming. Read more on Wikipedia...
- the Knitr wikipedia page
- Knitr first appeared in 2012
- See also: r, latex, lyx-editor, html, markdown, asciidoc, restructuredtext, sweave, python, perl, coffeescript, rstudio-editor
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The Wilcoxon Sign test was applied as statistical comparison of the average of two dependent samples above. In this case then, the calculated P-value was 0.56 and hence greater than the significance (0.05 by default). This implies that "H0: there is no difference between the results in data1 and data2" must be accepted.
Last updated February 18th, 2020