Description Usage Arguments Details Value Author(s) See Also

Reformat a coefficient as a string with a certain number of decimal places.

1 | ```
coeftostring(x, lead.zero = FALSE, digits = 2)
``` |

`x` |
A |

`lead.zero` |
Should a leading zero be printed if the coefficient is
non-negative and smaller than one (e.g., |

`digits` |
Number of decimal places to round to. |

This function takes a `numeric`

object, usually a coefficient from a
statistical model, and converts it into a `character`

object. The user
can choose to how many decimal places the number is rounded (usually two in
most published regression models) and whether there should be a leading zero
if the coefficient is between 0 and 1.

A reformatted coefficient string as a `character`

object.

Philip Leifeld

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