Transform an object into HTML and copy it for export

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Description

This function transforms its argument to HTML and then copy it to the clipboard or to a file for later use in an external application.

Usage

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clipcopy(obj, ...)

## Default S3 method:
clipcopy(obj, append = FALSE, file = FALSE,
  filename = "temp.html", clipboard.size = 4096, ...)

## S3 method for class 'proptab'
clipcopy(obj, percent = NULL, digits = NULL,
  justify = "right", ...)

Arguments

obj

object to be copied

...

arguments passed to R2HTML::HTML

append

if TRUE, append to the file instead of replacing it

file

if TRUE, export to a file instead of the clipboard

filename

name of the file to export to

clipboard.size

under Windows, size of the clipboard in kB

percent

whether to add a percent sign in each cell

digits

number of digits to display

justify

justification

Details

Under linux, this function requires that xclip is installed on the system to copy to the clipboard.

Value

NULL

NULL

See Also

HTML, format.proptab

clipcopy, format.proptab

Examples

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data(iris)
tab <- table(cut(iris$Sepal.Length,8),cut(iris$Sepal.Width,4))
## Not run: copie(tab)
ptab <- rprop(tab, percent=TRUE)
## Not run: clipcopy(ptab)

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