View source: R/simple_slopes.R
as_huxtable.sim_slopes  R Documentation 
This function converts a sim_slopes
object into a
huxtable
object, making it suitable for use in external documents.
as_huxtable.sim_slopes( x, format = "{estimate} ({std.error})", sig.levels = c(`***` = 0.001, `**` = 0.01, `*` = 0.05, `#` = 0.1), digits = getOption("jtoolsdigits", 2), conf.level = 0.95, intercept = attr(x, "cond.int"), int.format = format, ... )
x 
The 
format 
The method for sharing the slope and associated uncertainty.
Default is 
sig.levels 
A named vector in which the values are potential p value
thresholds and the names are significance markers (e.g., "*") for when
p values are below the threshold. Default is

digits 
How many digits should the outputted table round to? Default is 2. 
conf.level 
How wide the confidence interval should be, if it is used. .95 (95% interval) is the default. 
intercept 
Should conditional intercepts be included? Default is
whatever the 
int.format 
If conditional intercepts were requested, how should
they be formatted? Default is the same as 
... 
Ignored. 
For more on what you can do with a huxtable
, see huxtable.
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