# mtable-format-latex: Format 'mtable' Results for LaTeX In memisc: Management of Survey Data and Presentation of Analysis Results

## Description

This function formats objects created by mtable for inclusion into LaTeX files.

## Usage

  1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19  mtable_format_latex(x, useDcolumn=getOption("useDcolumn",TRUE), colspec=if(useDcolumn) paste("D{.}{",LaTeXdec,"}{",ddigits,"}",sep="") else "l", LaTeXdec=".", ddigits=min(3,getOption("digits")), useBooktabs=getOption("useBooktabs",TRUE), toprule=if(useBooktabs) "\\toprule" else "\\hline\\hline", midrule=if(useBooktabs) "\\midrule" else "\\hline", cmidrule=if(useBooktabs) "\\cmidrule" else "\\cline", bottomrule=if(useBooktabs) "\\bottomrule" else "\\hline\\hline", interaction.sep = " $\\times$ ", sdigits=min(1,ddigits), compact=FALSE, sumry.multicol=FALSE, toLatex.escape.tex=getOption("toLatex.escape.tex",FALSE), ... ) 

## Arguments

 x an object of class mtable useDcolumn should the dcolumn LaTeX package be used? If true, you will have to include \usepackage{dcolumn} into the preamble of your LaTeX document. colspec LaTeX table column format specifyer(s). LaTeXdec the decimal point in the final LaTeX output. ddigits alignment specification or digits after the decimal point. useBooktabs should the booktabs LaTeX package be used? If true, you will have to include \usepackage{booktabs} into the preamble of your LaTeX document. toprule appearance of the top border of the LaTeX tabular environment. midrule how are coefficients and summary statistics separated in the LaTeX tabular environment. cmidrule appearance of rules under section headings. bottomrule appearance of the bottom border of the LaTeX tabular environment. interaction.sep a character string that separates factors that are involved in an interaction effect sdigits integer; number of digits after decimal dot for summary statistics. compact logical; should the table be compact, without extra columns between multi-equation models? sumry.multicol logical, should summaries enclosed into \multicol commands? toLatex.escape.tex logical, should symbols \\$, \_, and \^ be escaped with backslashes? ... further arguments, ignored.

## Value

A character string with code suitable for inclusion into a LaTeX-file.

memisc documentation built on Dec. 23, 2017, 5:09 p.m.