Print a huxtable on screen

print_screen(ht, ...)

to_screen(ht, ...)

# S3 method for huxtable
to_screen(
  ht,
  min_width = ceiling(getOption("width")/6),
  max_width = getOption("width", Inf),
  compact = TRUE,
  colnames = TRUE,
  color = getOption("huxtable.color_screen", default = TRUE),
  ...
)

Arguments

ht

A huxtable.

...

Passed on to to_screen.

min_width

Minimum width in on-screen characters of the result.

max_width

Maximum width in on-screen characters of the result. Overrides min_width.

compact

Logical. To save space, don't print lines for empty horizontal borders.

colnames

Logical. Whether or not to print colum names.

color

Logical. Whether to print the huxtable in color (requires the crayon package).

Value

to_screen returns a string. print_screen prints the string and returns NULL.

Details

Screen display shows the following features:

  • Table and caption positioning

  • Merged cells

  • Cell alignment

  • Borders

  • Cell background and border color (if the "crayon" package is installed)

  • Text color, bold and italic (if the "crayon" package is installed)

Cell padding, widths and heights are not shown, nor are border styles.

See also

Other printing functions: print_html(), print_latex(), print_md(), print_rtf()

Examples

bottom_border(jams)[1, 1:2] <- 1 bold(jams)[1, 1:2] <- TRUE jams <- map_text_color(jams, by_regex("berry" = "red")) print_screen(jams)
#> Type Price #> ──────────────────────── #> Strawberry 1.90 #> Raspberry 2.10 #> Plum 1.80 #> #> Column names: Type, Price