longtable: Function to construct LaTex commands.

Description Usage Arguments Details Value Author(s) See Also Examples

Description

LaTex utility functions to create longtable structure.

Usage

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longtable(x, y, stat.min = NULL, taxa.width = 70, layer.width = 10, col.width = 10,
          columntype = "p", unit = "mm", nc = nc(x), nc.n = nc.n(x), k, seperate = TRUE,
          what = "layer", abundance = 0, columns = 2)
list2tex(x, seperate, what)
begin.longtable(width = 0, columntype = "p", unit = "mm")
multicolumn(text = "NULL", format = "c", number = 1, newline = FALSE, textbf = FALSE)
caption(stat.min = NULL, what = c("synoptic", "monoptic"), nc.n = NULL, sp = NULL, k = NULL)
footer(x, columns = 2, abundance)
glyphs(x)

Arguments

x

synoptic object giving the main table content

y

synoptic object giving the content of the table footer (usually the rare species).

stat.min

numeric. Threshold value of fidelity statistics. See function synoptic.

sp

numeric. Number of species.

taxa.width

numeric. With of the column containing scientific species names.

layer.width

numeric. With of the column containing the layer assignment.

col.width

numeric. Width remaining columns.

columntype

character. LaTex column type to apply.

unit

character. Any unit suitable for Latex.

nc

numeric. See nc

nc.n

numeric. See nc.n

k

numeric. Useful for class monoptic only.

seperate

logical. If TRUE add seperating lines.

what

character. Either "layer" or "cluster".

abundance

numeric. Abundance threshold for species to be omitted from the main and put to the table footer.

columns

numeric. Number of columns in table footer.

width

numeric. Width of columns. See arguments unit and columntype.

text

character. A character string.

format

character. A LaTex column format. See link{template2} and the custom column type defined in the preamble.

number

numeric. Number of columns in table footer.

newline

logical. Apply LaTex \tabularnewline command instead of \\

textbf

logical. Use bold face.

Details

These are all helper function applied by latex2.

Value

character.

Author(s)

Roland Kaiser

See Also

latex2

Examples

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