This function takes data frame input and prints to the console as an ASCII/markdown table for better readability.
md_table( x, format = getOption("md_table_format", "grid"), digits = getOption("jtools-digits", 2), sig.digits = TRUE, row.names = rownames(x), col.names = colnames(x), align = NULL )
A data frame or matrix.
The style, which can be one of the following: "multiline", "grid", "simple" (also "pandoc"), "rmarkdown" (also "markdown"). Default: "markdown"
How many digits to print for numbers. Default: 2
Should each number be printed with
if FALSE, row names are suppressed. A character vector of row names can also be specified here. By default, row names are included if rownames(t) is neither NULL nor identical to 1:nrow(x).
a character vector of column names to be used in the table
Column alignment: a character vector consisting of ‘'l'’ (left), ‘'c'’ (center) and/or ‘'r'’ (right). By default or if ‘align = NULL’, numeric columns are right-aligned, and other columns are left-aligned.