Description Usage Arguments Details Value Author(s) References Examples
Makes a LaTeX table of strategic model results.
1 2 3 4 
x 
a fitted model of class 
digits 
number of digits to print. 
scientific 
logical or integer value to control use of scientific
notation. See 
blankfill 
text to fill empty cells (those where a certain variable did not enter the given equation). 
math.style.negative 
whether negative signs should be "math style" or
plain hyphens. Defaults to 
file 
file to save the output in. Defaults to 
floatplace 
where to place the table float; e.g., for

caption 
caption to use (none if 
label 
reference label to use (none if 
rowsep 
amount of space (in points) to put between rows. 
useboot 
logical: use bootstrap estimates (if available) to calculate standard errors? 
latexTable
prints LaTeX code for the presentation of results from a
strategic model. Each row contains one regressor, and each column contains
one of the utility (or variance term) equations in the model. For example,
in a model fit with egame12
, the four columns will be u11,
u13, u14, and u24 respectively. Each cell contains the estimated parameter,
atop its standard error in parentheses. Cells that are empty because a
regressor is not included in a particular equation are filled with the
string specified in the option blankfill
. Signorino and Tarar (2006,
p. 593) contains a table of this variety.
The table generated depends on the multirow package for LaTeX, so
make sure to include \usepackage{multirow}
in the preamble of your
document.
The digits
option does not yet work seamlessly; you may have to
resort to trial and error.
x
, invisibly.
Brenton Kenkel (brenton.kenkel@gmail.com)
Curtis S. Signorino and Ahmer Tarar. 2006. "A Unified Theory and Test of Extended Immediate Deterrence." American Journal of Political Science 50(3):586–605.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12  data("war1800")
f1 < esc + war ~ s_wt_re1 + revis1  0  balanc + revis1  balanc
m1 < egame12(f1, data = war1800)
latexTable(m1)
latexTable(m1, digits = 8)
latexTable(m1, blankfill = "") ## Dashes in blank cells
## Not run:
latexTable(m1, file = "my_table.tex") ## Write to file
## End(Not run)

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