# How R and R-Studio can make the writing manuscripts easy for several journals

## An introduction to latex in R and R-Studio

# Background

In earlier posts, we have already discussed how using an R language is beneficial to the researchers in several ways (here). It provides many benefits such as reproducible research, greater visualization, and a huge audience for your research. Also, we have discussed how and where the research contributed in the R can be published in reputed journals, here.

Now, consider, you are ready with some research contribution in the R and now in a position to draft a manuscript for the methodology or the R package.

If it is a methodology implemented in R and you wish to discuss its performance in your manuscript. In such a case, you may start with an introduction, literature review, proposed methodology sections followed by the results, performance evaluation, and plots you achieved in the R. Finally, you may conclude the manuscript with some remarks. If it is so, you will start by writing all the texts in the respective sections, citations, tables, equations, and figures. These figures and tables can be the output of the analysis done in R. If you are willing to draft the manuscript in LaTeX in the traditional way, you will chalk out all analysis and make a…