I’ve spent a couple hours today reviewing household survey data on my iPhone. I wanted it all in an immutable format that I could easily annotate. The solution of course was to get it into a PDF (from R, famous for its user-friendly super readable output ). The intermediate step was to copy the output from a summary function in R to Ulysses, split into individual sheets (the main bottleneck…). The key element is the Study Summaries PDF style which gives four columns per page. This let me put roughly 80 variables on a single page, one page per HH, ready to analyse and annotate.