gvisTable: Google Table Chart with R \Sexpr{googleChartName <- "table"}...

Usage Arguments Details Value Author(s) References See Also Examples

View source: R/gvisTable.R

The gvisTable function reads a data.frame and creates text output referring to the Google Visualisation API, which can be included into a web page, or as a stand-alone page. The actual chart is rendered by the web browser.

Usage

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gvisTable(data, options = list(), chartid, formats = NULL)

Arguments

data

a data.frame to be displayed as a table

options

list of configuration options, see:

\Sexpr[results=rd]{gsub("CHARTNAME", googleChartName, readLines(file.path(".", "inst", "mansections", "GoogleChartToolsURLConfigOptions.txt")))} \Sexpr[results=rd]{paste(readLines(file.path(".", "inst", "mansections", "gvisOptions.txt")))}
chartid

character. If missing (default) a random chart id will be generated based on chart type and tempfile

formats

named list. If NULL (default) no specific format will be used. The named list needs to contain the column names of the data and the specified format. The format string is a subset of the ICU pattern set. For instance, pattern:'#,###%' will result in output values "1,000%", "750%", and "50%" for values 10, 7.5, and 0.5.

Details

A table that can be sorted and paged. Table cells can be formatted using format strings, or by directly inserting HTML as cell values. Numeric values are right-aligned; boolean values are displayed as check marks. Users can select single rows either with the keyboard or the mouse. Users can sort rows by clicking on column headers. The header row remains fixed as the user scrolls. The table fires a number of events corresponding to user interaction.

Value

\Sexpr[results=rd]{paste(gvisChartName)}

returns list of class \Sexpr[results=rd]{paste(readLines(file.path(".", "inst", "mansections", "gvisOutputStructure.txt")))}

Author(s)

Markus Gesmann markus.gesmann@gmail.com,

Diego de Castillo decastillo@gmail.com

References

Google Chart Tools API: \Sexpr[results=rd]{gsub("CHARTNAME", googleChartName, readLines(file.path(".", "inst", "mansections", "GoogleChartToolsURL.txt")))}

See Also

See also print.gvis, plot.gvis for printing and plotting methods.

Examples

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## Please note that by default the googleVis plot command
## will open a browser window and requires Flash and Internet
## connection to display the visualisation.

## Table with links to wikipedia (flags) 
tbl1 <- gvisTable(Population)
plot(tbl1)

## Table with enabled paging
tbl2 <- gvisTable(Population, options=list(page='enable', 
                                           height='automatic',
                                           width='automatic'))

plot(tbl2)

## Table with formating options
tbl3 <- gvisTable(Population, formats=list(Population="#,###"))

Population[['% of World Population']] <- Population[['% of World Population']]/100 
tbl4 <- gvisTable(Population, formats=list(Population="#,###", 
                                           '% of World Population'='#.#%'))
plot(tbl4)                                           

googleVis documentation built on Feb. 20, 2021, 1:06 a.m.