Arbitrary rows and columns can be headers: they do not have to be at the top or left of the table.

header_cols(ht)
header_cols(ht) <- value
set_header_cols(ht, col, value)

header_rows(ht)
header_rows(ht) <- value
set_header_rows(ht, row, value)

Arguments

ht

A huxtable.

col

A col specifier. See rowspecs for details.

value

Logical vector. Set to NA to reset to the default, which is FALSE.

row

A row specifier. See rowspecs for details.

Value

header_cols() returns the header_cols property. set_header_cols() returns the modified huxtable.

Details

By default header rows and columns are not shown differently from other rows, but you can change this with style_headers(). Various themes may set properties on headers. Lastly, headers are treated differently when restacking.

Examples

jams <- set_header_rows(jams, 1, TRUE) jams <- set_header_cols(jams, 1, TRUE) style_headers(jams, bold = TRUE, text_color = "purple" )
#> Type Price #> Strawberry 1.90 #> Raspberry 2.10 #> Plum 1.80 #> #> Column names: Type, Price