Introduction to condformat

Quickstart

condformat prints a data frame with cells formatted according to several rules or criteria. It is integrated with the RStudio Viewer or a web browser, and it supports knitr and rmarkdown outputs using both HTML and PDF ($\LaTeX$) output formats. Other formats are not supported, although patches to enable them are welcome.

Basic syntax

Its syntax should be familiar to ggplot users, with tidy evaluation.

condformat(a_data_frame) %>%          # A data frame to print
  rule_fill_discrete(ColumnA) %>%     # Add formatting rules to the data frame
  rule_fill_gradient(ColumnB)

Example:

data(iris)
library(condformat)
condformat(iris[c(1:5,70:75, 120:125),]) %>%
  rule_fill_discrete(Species) %>%
  rule_fill_discrete(c(Sepal.Width, Sepal.Length),
                     expression = Sepal.Width > Sepal.Length - 2.25,
                     colours = c("TRUE" = "#7D00FF")) %>%
  rule_fill_gradient2(Petal.Length) %>%
  rule_text_bold(Sepal.Length, Species == "setosa") %>%
  rule_text_color(Sepal.Length, ifelse(Species == "setosa", "yellow", "")) %>%
  rule_fill_bar(Petal.Width, limits = c(0, NA))


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condformat documentation built on July 8, 2020, 6:20 p.m.