These functions combine two huxtables or similar objects and return the result.

add_rows(x, y, after = nrow(x), copy_cell_props = TRUE)

add_columns(x, y, after = ncol(x), copy_cell_props = TRUE)

Arguments

x, y

Huxtables or objects that can be converted by as_hux

after

Row or column after which y is inserted. Can be 0. Can be a row or column name. The default adds y to the end of x.

copy_cell_props

Logical. Passed to rbind.huxtable() or cbind.huxtable().

Value

A huxtable.

Details

Arguments in ... can include copy_cell_props.

See also

insert_row() and insert_column(), which insert multiple values into a single row.

Examples

ht <- hux("Gooseberry", 2.15) add_rows(jams, ht)
#> Error: ncol(obj1) is not NULL or ncol(obj2) is not NULL or ncol(obj1) not equal to ncol(obj2)
add_rows(jams, ht, after = 1)
#> Error: ncol(obj1) is not NULL or ncol(obj2) is not NULL or ncol(obj1) not equal to ncol(obj2)
mx <- matrix( c("Sugar", "50%", "60%", "40%", "Weight (g)", 300, 250, 300), 4, 2) add_columns(jams, mx)
#> Type Price Sugar Sugar Weight (g) #> content #> Strawberry 1.90 40.00% 50.00% 300.00 #> Raspberry 2.10 35.00% 60.00% 250.00 #> Plum 1.80 50.00% 40.00% 300.00 #> #> Column names: Type, Price, Sugar, , .1