Within the reference object of reference class
a table is represented by a header and a body. Tables can only be
modified by adding new rows. The two methods
to_pander_pandoc write tables in markdown format using
A reference object of reference class
that a table simply consists of a header and a body. The body
is just a character vector where each component represents one
column header. The body is a list which each element contains the
data for one column. The reference class components are represented
by the fields
initialisation method creates a table with an empty body. The table
header field has a getter and a setter methods. The method
adds a new row at the end of the table.
vector of table headers
list of table body
Adding a row represented by a list to the body of the table. The list representing the row must have the same names as the existing table body, otherwise, the row is not added to the table body.
Getter for table header
Initialisation of table with empty body.
Setter for table header
Output current table in markdown format using function knitr::kable(). In case the length of the specified table header is consistent with the number of columns, then the table header is added as columnnames of the data.frame representation of the table body.
to_pander_pandoc(psStyle = "rmarkdown", psJustify = NULL, pnSplitCells = 30)
Output current table in markdown format using the function pander::pandoc.table(). This method accepts two parameters psStyle and psJustify which are passed to to pander::pandoc.table().
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