Format "Flattened Tables" as HTML

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Description

This is the method of format_html for "ftable" objects (i.e. flattened contingency tables)

Usage

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## S3 method for class 'ftable'
format_html(x, 
                   show.titles = TRUE, 
                   digits = 0, 
                   format = "f", 
                   toprule = 2, midrule = 1, bottomrule = 2, 
                   split.dec = TRUE, 
                   style = ftable_format_stdstyle,
                   margin="2ex auto", 
                   ...)
## S3 method for class 'ftable_matrix'
format_html(x,
                   show.titles=TRUE,
                   digits=0,
                   format="f",
                   toprule=2,midrule=1,bottomrule=2,
                   split.dec=TRUE,
                   style = ftable_format_stdstyle,
                   margin="2ex auto", 
                   varontop,varinfront,
                   ...)

Arguments

x

an object of class ftable.

show.titles

logical; should the names of the cross-classified variables be shown?

digits

number of digits to be shown after the decimal dot. This is only useful, if the "ftable" object was created from a table created with genTable or the like.

format

a format string for formatC

toprule

integer; thickness in pixels of rule at the top of the table.

midrule

integer; thickness in pixels of rules within the table.

bottomrule

integer; thickness in pixels of rule at the bottom of the table.

split.dec

logical; whether numbers should be centered at the decimal point by splitting the table cells.

style

string containing the stanard CSS styling of table cells.

margin

character string, determines the margin and thus the position of the HTML table.

varontop

logical; whether names of column variables should appear on top of factor levels

varinfront

logical; whether names of row variables should appear in front of factor levels

...

further arguments, ignored.

See Also

See Also as format_html, show_html, write_html.

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