The definitive guide to Ruby Reports. A free-content book written by Gregory Brown and Michael Milner
A rather strange introductory tutorial in comic book form. Shows enough Ruport to get you started, walking you through a simple report that reads in a CSV and outputs PDF, HTML and text reports.
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