Produce a summary in a PDF file

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Description

exportPDF produces a summary of the object in a PDF file.

Usage

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exportPDF(
  object,
  pdfSavingName,
  graphics = F,
  description.chlength = 300,
  valids.chlength = 40,
  valids.cut.percent = 0.5,
  sorting = "decreasing",
  dateformat,
  latexPackages = NULL,
  width.id = 0.5,
  width.varname = 1.5,
  width.description = 10.5,
  width.n = 0.8,
  width.na = 1.2,
  width.valids = 5,
  width.valids.nao.inc = 5,
  width.min = 1.25,
  width.max = 1.25,
  width.mean = 1.25,
  width.stddev = 1.25,
  keepTex = F,
  openPDF = T,
  ...
)

Arguments

object

See the help of the method (PUT LINK)

pdfSavingName

a character

graphics

a logical

description.chlength

a numeric

valids.chlength

a numeric

valids.cut.percent

a numeric. The minimal frequency need for a valid case to be reported in the document.

sorting

a character. If "decreasing" valid cases are sorted in decrease order of their frequencies. If "increase" an increasing order is used.

dateformat

a character

latexPackages

a character. You can add LaTeX packages you need for the compilation here, especially for supporting other languages than english.

width.id

a numeric. Width for the variable row index column, in cm.

width.varname

a numeric. Width for variable name column, in cm.

width.description

a numeric. Width for description column, in cm.

width.n

a numeric. Width for number of valid cases column, in cm.

width.na

a numeric. Width for percents of missing values column, in cm.

width.valids

a numeric. For categorical variables, width for the valid cases listing column, in cm.

width.valids.nao.inc

a numeric. For nominal and ordinal variables, allow to increase the width of the valid cases listing column by reducing the description column, in cm.

width.min

a numeric. For quantitative variables, the with of the minimal values column, in cm.

width.max

a numeric. For quantitative variables, the with of the maximal values column, in cm.

width.mean

a numeric. For quantitative variables, the with of the means column, in cm.

width.stddev

a numeric. For quantitative variables, the with of the standard deviations column, in cm.

keepTex

a logical

openPDF

a logical

...

Other options to pass to the function. For Statdf objects the option merge, with argument 'no', 'left' or 'right' allow to merge or not the p-values columns, either with the next left or right column.

Details

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Value

NULL (to check)

Note

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Author(s)

Emmanuel Rousseaux

Examples

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