If the openxlsx package is installed, Huxtables can be converted to openxlsx::openxlsx() Worbook objects, for use in Excel documents.

as_Workbook(ht, ...)

# S3 method for huxtable
as_Workbook(
  ht,
  Workbook = NULL,
  sheet = "Sheet 1",
  write_caption = TRUE,
  start_row = 1,
  start_col = 1,
  ...
)

Arguments

ht

A huxtable.

...

Not used.

Workbook

An existing Workbook object. By default, a new workbook will be created.

sheet

Name for the worksheet where the huxtable will be created.

write_caption

If TRUE, print any caption in the row above or below the table.

start_row, start_col

Number. Write data starting at the given row and column.

Value

An object of class Workbook.

Details

Use openxlsx::saveWorkbook() to save the resulting object to an Excel file.

Properties are supported with the following exceptions:

  • Non-numeric column widths and row heights, table width and height.

  • Decimal padding.

  • Cell padding.

  • Table position.

  • Caption width.

Huxtable tries to guess appropriate widths and height for rows and columns; numeric width() and height() are treated as scaling factors.

Contents are only stored as numbers if a whole column is "numeric", i.e. can be converted by as.numeric()). Otherwise, they are stored as text.

Examples

wb <- as_Workbook(jams) if (FALSE) { openxlsx::saveWorkbook(wb, "my-excel-file.xlsx") } # multiple sheets in a single workbook: wb <- openxlsx::createWorkbook() wb <- as_Workbook(jams, Workbook = wb, sheet = "sheet1") wb <- as_Workbook( hux("Another", "huxtable"), Workbook = wb, sheet = "sheet2")