pandoc.table.return

Create a table

Description

Creates a Pandoc's markdown style table with optional caption and some other tweaks. See 'Details' below.

Usage

library("pander") pandoc.table.return(t, caption, digits = panderOptions("digits"), decimal.mark = panderOptions("decimal.mark"), big.mark = panderOptions("big.mark"), round = panderOptions("round"), missing = panderOptions("missing"), justify, style = c("multiline", "grid", "simple", "rmarkdown"), split.tables = panderOptions("table.split.table"), split.cells = panderOptions("table.split.cells"), keep.trailing.zeros = panderOptions("keep.trailing.zeros"), keep.line.breaks = panderOptions("keep.line.breaks"), plain.ascii = panderOptions("plain.ascii"), use.hyphening = panderOptions("use.hyphening"), emphasize.rownames = panderOptions("table.emphasize.rownames"), emphasize.rows, emphasize.cols, emphasize.cells, emphasize.strong.rows, emphasize.strong.cols, emphasize.strong.cells, emphasize.italics.rows, emphasize.italics.cols, emphasize.italics.cells, emphasize.verbatim.rows, emphasize.verbatim.cols, emphasize.verbatim.cells, ...)

Arguments

t

data frame, matrix or table

caption

caption (string) to be shown under the table

digits

passed to format. Can be a vector specifying values for each column (has to be the same length as number of columns).

decimal.mark

passed to format

big.mark

passed to format

round

passed to round. Can be a vector specifying values for each column (has to be the same length as number of columns). Values for non-numeric columns will be disregarded.

missing

string to replace missing values

justify

defines alignment in cells passed to format. Can be left, right or centre, which latter can be also spelled as center. Defaults to centre. Can be abbreviated to a string consisting of the letters l, c and r (e.g. 'lcr' instead of c('left', 'centre', 'right').

style

which Pandoc style to use: simple, multiline, grid or rmarkdown

split.tables

where to split wide tables to separate tables. The default value (80) suggests the conventional number of characters used in a line, feel free to change (e.g. to Inf to disable this feature) if you are not using a VT100 terminal any more :)

split.cells

where to split cells' text with line breaks. Default to 30, to disable set to Inf. Can be also supplied as a vector, for each cell separately (if length(split.cells) == number of columns + 1, then first value in split.cells if for row names, and others are for columns). Supports relative (percentage) parameters in combination with split.tables.

keep.trailing.zeros

to show or remove trailing zeros in numbers on a column basis width

keep.line.breaks

(default: FALSE) if to keep or remove line breaks from cells in a table

plain.ascii

(default: FALSE) if output should be in plain ascii (without markdown markup) or not

use.hyphening

boolean (default: FALSE) if try to use hyphening when splitting large cells according to table.split.cells. Requires koRpus package.

emphasize.rownames

boolean (default: TRUE) if row names should be highlighted

emphasize.rows

deprecated for emphasize.italics.rows argument

emphasize.cols

deprecated for emphasize.italics.cols argument

emphasize.cells

deprecated for emphasize.italics.cells argument

emphasize.strong.rows

see emphasize.italics.rows but in bold

emphasize.strong.cols

see emphasize.italics.cols but in bold

emphasize.strong.cells

see emphasize.italics.cells but in bold

emphasize.italics.rows

a vector for a two dimensional table specifying which rows to emphasize

emphasize.italics.cols

a vector for a two dimensional table specifying which cols to emphasize

emphasize.italics.cells

a vector for one-dimensional tables or a matrix like structure with two columns for row and column indexes to be emphasized in two dimensional tables. See e.g. which(..., arr.ind = TRUE)

emphasize.verbatim.rows

see emphasize.italics.rows but in verbatim

emphasize.verbatim.cols

see emphasize.italics.cols but in verbatim

emphasize.verbatim.cells

see emphasize.italics.cells but in verbatim

...

unsupported extra arguments directly placed into /dev/null

Value

By default this function outputs (see: cat) the result. If you would want to catch the result instead, then call pandoc.table.return instead.

See also

set.caption, set.alignment

Details

This function takes any tabular data as its first argument and will try to make it pretty like: rounding and applying digits and custom decimal.mark to numbers, auto-recognizing if row names should be included, setting alignment of cells and dropping trailing zeros by default.

pandoc.table also tries to split large cells with line breaks or even the whole table to separate parts on demand. Other arguments lets the use to highlight some rows/cells/cells in the table with italic or bold text style.

For more details please see the parameters above and passed arguments of panderOptions.

Note

If caption is missing, then the value is first checked in t object's caption attribute and if not found in an internal buffer set by link{set.caption}. justify parameter works similarly, see set.alignment for details.

Examples

library("pander") pandoc.table(mtcars) ## caption pandoc.table(mtcars, 'Motor Trend Car Road Tests') ## other input/output formats pandoc.table(mtcars[, 1:3], decimal.mark = ',') pandoc.table(mtcars[, 1:3], decimal.mark = ',', justify = 'right') pandoc.table(matrix(sample(1:1000, 25), 5, 5)) pandoc.table(matrix(runif(25), 5, 5)) pandoc.table(matrix(runif(25), 5, 5), digits = 5) pandoc.table(matrix(runif(25),5,5), round = 1) pandoc.table(table(mtcars$am)) pandoc.table(table(mtcars$am, mtcars$gear)) pandoc.table(table(state.division, state.region)) pandoc.table(table(state.division, state.region), justify = 'centre') m <- data.frame(a = c(1, -500, 10320, 23, 77), b = runif(5), c = c('a', 'bb', 'ccc', 'dddd', 'eeeee')) pandoc.table(m) pandoc.table(m, justify = c('right', 'left', 'centre')) pandoc.table(m, justify = 'rlc') # Same as upper statement ## splitting up too wide tables pandoc.table(mtcars) pandoc.table(mtcars, caption = 'Only once after the first part!') ## tables with line breaks in cells ## NOTE: line breaks are removed from table content in case keep.line.breaks is set to FALSE ## and added automatically based on "split.cells" parameter! t <- data.frame(a = c('hundreds\nof\nmouses', '3 cats'), b=c('FOO is nice', 'BAR\nBAR2')) pandoc.table(t) pandoc.table(t, split.cells = 5) ## exporting tables in other Pandoc styles pandoc.table(m) pandoc.table(m, style = "grid") pandoc.table(m, style = "simple") pandoc.table(t, style = "grid") pandoc.table(t, style = "grid", split.cells = 5) tryCatch(pandoc.table(t, style = "simple", split.cells = 5), error = function(e) 'Yeah, no newline support in simple tables') ## highlight cells t <- mtcars[1:3, 1:5] pandoc.table(t$mpg, emphasize.italics.cells = 1) pandoc.table(t$mpg, emphasize.strong.cells = 1) pandoc.table(t$mpg, emphasize.italics.cells = 1, emphasize.strong.cells = 1) pandoc.table(t$mpg, emphasize.italics.cells = 1:2) pandoc.table(t$mpg, emphasize.strong.cells = 1:2) pandoc.table(t, emphasize.italics.cells = which(t > 20, arr.ind = TRUE)) pandoc.table(t, emphasize.italics.cells = which(t == 6, arr.ind = TRUE)) pandoc.table(t, emphasize.verbatim.cells = which(t == 6, arr.ind = TRUE)) pandoc.table(t, emphasize.verbatim.cells = which(t == 6, arr.ind = TRUE), emphasize.italics.rows = 1) ## with helpers emphasize.cols(1) emphasize.rows(1) pandoc.table(t) emphasize.strong.cells(which(t > 20, arr.ind = TRUE)) pandoc.table(t) ### plain.ascii pandoc.table(mtcars[1:3, 1:3], plain.ascii = TRUE) ### keep.line.breaks x <- data.frame(a="Pandoc\nPackage") pandoc.table(x) pandoc.table(x, keep.line.breaks = TRUE) ## split.cells x <- data.frame(a = "foo bar", b = "foo bar") pandoc.table(x, split.cells = 4) pandoc.table(x, split.cells = 7) pandoc.table(x, split.cells = c(4, 7)) pandoc.table(x, split.cells = c("20%", "80%"), split.tables = 30) y <- c("aa aa aa", "aaa aaa", "a a a a a", "aaaaa", "bbbb bbbb bbbb", "bb bbb bbbb") y <- matrix(y, ncol = 3, nrow = 2) rownames(y) <- c("rowname one", "rowname two") colnames(y) <- c("colname one", "colname two", "colname three") pandoc.table(y, split.cells = 2) pandoc.table(y, split.cells = 6) pandoc.table(y, split.cells = c(2, 6, 10)) pandoc.table(y, split.cells = c(2, Inf, Inf)) ## first value used for rownames pander(y, split.cells = c(5, 2, Inf, Inf)) pandoc.table(y, split.cells = c(5, 2, Inf, 5, 3, 10)) ## when not enough reverting to default values pandoc.table(y, split.cells = c(5, 2)) ## split.cells with hyphenation x <- data.frame(a = "Can be also supplied as a vector, for each cell separately", b = "Can be also supplied as a vector, for each cell separately") pandoc.table(x, split.cells = 10, use.hyphening = TRUE)

References

John MacFarlane (2012): _Pandoc User's Guide_. http://johnmacfarlane.net/pandoc/README.html

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