tables (0.8.8)
FormulaDriven Table Generation.
https://rforge.rproject.org/projects/tables/
http://cran.rproject.org/web/packages/tables
Computes and displays complex tables of summary statistics. Output may be in LaTeX, HTML, plain text, or an R matrix for further processing.
Maintainer:
Duncan Murdoch
Author(s): Duncan Murdoch
License: GPL2
Uses: Hmisc, knitr, magrittr, kableExtra
Reverse depends: kobe, MRCV
Reverse suggests: Hmisc, pander, rockchalk
Released 3 months ago.
11 previous versions
 tables_0.8.7. Released 10 months ago.
 tables_0.8.4. Released over 1 year ago.
 tables_0.8.3. Released almost 2 years ago.
 tables_0.8. Released over 2 years ago.
 tables_0.7.92. Released about 3 years ago.
 tables_0.7.79. Released about 5 years ago.
 tables_0.7.64. Released almost 6 years ago.
 tables_0.7. Released over 6 years ago.
 tables_0.6. Released over 7 years ago.
 tables_0.5. Released over 7 years ago.
 tables_0.3. Released over 7 years ago.
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Custom Tables
What a great package! It is so useful! It substitutes custom tables from SPSS. I miss the option to do weighted prevalences! It would be nice if it...
YannPaulo gave tables (0.7.79) a 5. Read the full review.
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