[texhax] Tabbing problem
Juan Mari Alberdi
wapalgaj at sq.ehu.es
Wed Jun 30 17:28:02 CEST 2004
This one works with me (I've chanched a couple of typing errors?), but
perhaps you meant something a little different.
\documentclass{article}
\begin{document}
\begin{tabbing}
model1\=\hspace{3in}\=\kill
model1\= $\leftarrow$ lm(weight$\sim$height)\\
\>\# Linear model to be used later\\
plot(weight$\sim$height)\\ \>\# Basic scatterplot\\
abline(h=mean(weight))\\
\>\>\# Horizontal line at mean of weight\\
abline(v=mean(height))\\
\>\>\# Vertical line at mean of height\\
\end{tabbing}
\end{document}
Juan Alberdi
Peter Flom wrote:
>Hello again
>
>Using TeXlive and Winedt on a Windows machine....
>
>When I try to typeset
>
>PREAMBLE OMITTED
>
>\begin{tabbing}
> model1\=\hspace{3in}\=\kill
> model1\= $\leftarrow$ lm(weight$\sim$height)\\
> \>\# Linear model to be used later\\
> plot(weight$\sim$height) \>\# Basic scatterplot\\
> abline{h=mean(weight))\\
> \>\>\# Horizontal line at mean of weight\\
> abline(v=mean(height))\\
> \>\>\# Vertical line at mean of height\\
>\end{tabbing}
>
>using the pdflatex button, I get an error that 'something is missing,
>perhaps a missing \item'
>
>When I try to typeset just this bit with 'compile selected block',
>everything after the second line is overprinted onto the same line.
>
>
>
>I have a feeling I'm missing something simple, but I've been looking at
>this for 30 minutes, and trying to find help in several books, to no
>avail....
>
>Any help is, as always, appreciated
>
>Peter
>
>Peter L. Flom, PhD
>Assistant Director, Statistics and Data Analysis Core
>Center for Drug Use and HIV Research
>National Development and Research Institutes
>71 W. 23rd St
>www.peterflom.com
>New York, NY 10010
>(212) 845-4485 (voice)
>(917) 438-0894 (fax)
>
>
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