Display a tabular object using LaTeX.

Description

This is similar to print.tabular, but it inserts the code to display the table in a LaTeX tabular environment.

Usage

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## S3 method for class 'tabular'
latex(object, file = "", options = NULL, append = FALSE, ...)

Arguments

object

The tabular object.

file

A filename or connection to which to write the LaTeX code, or "" to write to the standard output.

options

A list of options to set for the duration of the call.

append

If TRUE, opens file for appending (if it is a filename rather than a connection).

...

Settings for default formatting. See Details below.

Details

The latex() method produces LaTeX output suitable for inclusion in a Sweave document.

Value

The latex() method returns x invisibly, and prints the LaTeX script to the console.

table_options() and booktabs() return the previous settings.

See Also

print.tabular, table_options, latex

Examples

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tab <- tabular( (Species + 1) ~ (n=1) + Format(digits=2)*
         (Sepal.Length + Sepal.Width)*(mean + sd), data=iris )
latex(tab)
save <- booktabs()
latex(tab)
table_options(save)