pixiedust can get to be pretty verbose if you are doing
a great deal of customization. Sprinkle medleys can take out some of that
code by bundling much of the formatting sprinkling into a single function.
pixiedust comes with a couple very basic medleys that are mostly
for illustration of how to write medleys. Once you get the hang of
sprinkling, you need only bundle your most common sprinkles into a
medley function of your own and cut down on some of the time
coding your most basic formatting.
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## Not run: fit <- lm(mpg ~ qsec + factor(am) + wt * factor(gear), data = mtcars) dust(fit) %>% medley_bw() %>% sprinkle_print_method("html") dust(fit, glance_foot = TRUE) %>% medley_model() %>% sprinkle_print_method("html") # Medleys are not generics and do not have methods. # Using a medley on a dust_list object requires pixieply library(dplyr) mtcars %>% group_by(gear) %>% dust(ungroup = FALSE) %>% pixieply(medley_bw) %>% sprinkle_print_method("html") ## End(Not run)
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