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Create a huxtable

huxtable, or hux, creates a huxtable object.

Usage
huxtable(..., add_colnames = FALSE, add_rownames = FALSE)

hux(..., add_colnames = FALSE, add_rownames = FALSE)

as_huxtable(x, ...)

as_hux(x, ...)

# S3 method for default as_huxtable(x, add_colnames = FALSE, add_rownames = FALSE, ...)

is_huxtable(x)

is_hux(x)

Arguments
...

Named list of values, as for data.frame.

add_colnames

If TRUE, add a first row of column names to the huxtable.

add_rownames

If TRUE, add a first column of row names, named 'rownames', to the huxtable.

x

An object to convert to a huxtable.

Details

If you use add_colnames or add_rownames, be aware that these will shift your rows and columns along by one: your old row/column 1 will now be row/column 2, etc.

as_huxtable and as_hux convert an object to a huxtable. Conversion methods exist for data frames, tables, ftables, matrices and (most) vectors.

Value

An object of class huxtable.

Aliases
  • huxtable
  • hux
  • as_huxtable
  • as_hux
  • as_huxtable.default
  • is_huxtable
  • is_hux
Examples
# NOT RUN {
ht <- huxtable(column1 = 1:5, column2 = letters[1:5])
dfr <- data.frame(a = 1:5, b = letters[1:5], stringsAsFactors = FALSE)
as_huxtable(dfr)

# }
Documentation reproduced from package huxtable, version 1.2.0, License: MIT + file LICENSE

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