A two-stage model for multiple time series data of counts by Berhane K., Thomas D. C.

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3. 3: Using knitr in LYX: R code is inserted in a red box using the Rnw syntax; when we click the View button, we will see a PDF document compiled through knitr and LYX. home("bin") After you have made this change, you need to reconfigure LYX by Tools Reconfigure. This is to make sure LYX knows where R is installed so that it can call R and knitr to compile the Rnw document. exe is. If it is not present in PATH, the knitr module will be unavailable. This step is often not needed for Linux and Mac OS because these systems will put the R executable on PATH by default.

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