glance_foot | R Documentation |

`pixiedust`

Table FooterRetrieves the `broom::glance`

output for a model object and
structures it into a table suitable to be placed in the footer. By default,
the statistics are displayed in two column-pairings (see Details). This
function is not exported but is documented to maintain clarity of its
behavior. It is intended for use within `dust`

, but may be useful
elsewhere if used with caution.

```
glance_foot(fit, col_pairs, total_cols, glance_stats = NULL, byrow = FALSE)
```

`fit` |
A model object with a |

`col_pairs` |
An integer indicating the number of column-pairings for the glance output. This must be less than half the total number of columns, as each column-pairing includes a statistic name and value. |

`total_cols` |
The total number of columns in the body of the pixiedust table |

`glance_stats` |
A character vector giving the names of the glance statistics
to put in the output. When |

`byrow` |
A logical, defaulting to |

Statistics are placed in column-pairings. Each column pair consists of
two columns named `stat_name_x`

and `stat_value_x`

, where `x`

is
the integer index of the column pair. The column-pairings are used to allow
the user to further customize the output, more-so than pasting the name and
value together would allow. With this design, statistics can be rounded
differently by applying sprinkles to the resulting table.

The total number of column-pairings must be less than or equal to half the number of total columns. This constraint prevents making glance tables that have more columns than the model table it accompanies.

When the total number of column-parings is strictly less than half the total number of columns, "filler" columns are placed between the column pairings. As much as possible, the filler columns are placed evenly between the column pairings, but when the number of filler columns is unequal between column-pairings, there will be more space placed on the left side. For example, if a table has 7 columns and 3 column-pairings, the order of placement would be column-pair-1, filler, column-pair-2, column-pair-3. Since there was only room for one column of filler, it was placed in the left most fill position.

The `byrow`

arguments acts similarly to the `byrow`

argument in the
`matrix`

function, but defaults to `FALSE`

. If four statistics are
requested and `byrow = FALSE`

, the left column-pair will have statistics
one and two, while the right column-pair will have statistics three and four.
If `byrow = TRUE`

, however, the left column-pair will have statistics
one and three, while the right column-pair will have statistics two and four.

Benjamin Nutter

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