R/rtf_subset.R

Defines functions rtf_subset

Documented in rtf_subset

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#' @title Pass Table Attributes to Subset Table
#'
#' @description
#' Pass original table attributes assigned through like `rtf_page`, `rtf_title`, `rtf_body`... to subsetted table
#' because original attributes won't be automatically carried over.
#'
#' @param tbl A data frame with attributes.
#' @param row a numeric vector for the row index to keep in the subsetted data.
#' @param col a numeric vector for the column index to keep in the subsetted data.
#'
#' @section Specification:
#' \if{latex}{
#'  \itemize{
#'    \item \code{tbl} is a data frame with attributes to be subsetted.
#'    \item Return a data frame \code{tbl_sub} subsetted from \code{tbl} with original table attributes.
#'  }
#'  }
#' \if{html}{The contents of this section are shown in PDF user manual only.}
#'
#' @return the subsetted data frame \code{tbl_sub} with original attributes from \code{tbl}
#'
#' @examples
#' library(dplyr)
#' data(r2rtf_tbl1)
#' sub_table <- r2rtf_tbl1 %>%
#'   rtf_body() %>%
#'   r2rtf:::rtf_subset(row = 1:2, col = c(1, 4:5))
#'
#' attributes(sub_table)
rtf_subset <- function(tbl,
                       row = 1:nrow(tbl),
                       col = 1:ncol(tbl)) {

  # Check argument type
  check_args(tbl, type = c("data.frame"))
  check_args(row, type = c("integer", "numeric"))
  check_args(col, type = c("integer", "numeric"))

  # collect all attributes name from input data frame
  attr_all <- names(attributes(tbl))

  # collect border and text attributes
  attr_matrix <- attributes(tbl)[c(
    "border_top", "border_left", "border_right", "border_bottom", "border_first", "border_last",
    "border_color_left", "border_color_right", "border_color_top", "border_color_bottom",
    "border_color_first", "border_color_last",
    "text_font", "text_format", "text_font_size", "text_color",
    "text_background_color", "text_justification", "text_convert", "cell_nrow",
    "text_indent_first", "text_indent_left", "text_indent_right", "strwidth"
  )]
  attr_matrix <- attr_matrix[!is.na(names(attr_matrix))]

  # collect scale attributes
  attr_scale <- attributes(tbl)[c(
    "border_width", "cell_height", "cell_justification",
    "text_space_before", "text_space_after"
  )]

  # collect all other attributes
  attr_other <- attr_all[!attr_all %in% c(
    names(attr_matrix), names(attr_scale),
    "col_rel_width", "names", "row.names", "class"
  )]


  # pass attributes to subset data frame
  tbl_sub <- tbl[row, col]
  if (!"data.frame" %in% class(tbl_sub)) {
    tbl_sub <- data.frame(x = tbl_sub)
  }
  attributes(tbl_sub) <- append(
    attributes(tbl_sub),
    lapply(attr_matrix, function(x) if (!is.null(x)) x[row, col, drop = FALSE])
  )

  attributes(tbl_sub) <- append(attributes(tbl_sub), attr_scale)
  attributes(tbl_sub) <- append(attributes(tbl_sub), attributes(tbl)[attr_other])

  attr(tbl_sub, "col_rel_width") <- attr(tbl, "col_rel_width")[col]

  tbl_sub
}

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r2rtf documentation built on Dec. 11, 2021, 9:08 a.m.