texreg (1.36.23)

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Conversion of R Regression Output to LaTeX or HTML Tables.


Converts coefficients, standard errors, significance stars, and goodness-of-fit statistics of statistical models into LaTeX tables or HTML tables/MS Word documents or to nicely formatted screen output for the R console for easy model comparison. A list of several models can be combined in a single table. The output is highly customizable. New model types can be easily implemented.

Maintainer: Philip Leifeld
Author(s): Philip Leifeld

License: GPL-2 | GPL-3

Uses: Zelig, lme4, network, nlme, survival, ergm, btergm
Enhances: VGAM, betareg, dynlm, eha, fGarch, gamlss, gee, geepack, latentnet, lmtest, mgcv, plm, pscl, quantreg, robustbase, simex, sna, spdep, survey, systemfit, AER, brglm, mlogit, sampleSelection, gmm, RSiena, rms, MASS, nnet, ordinal, MuMIn, censReg, relevent, erer, lqmm, tergm, mnlogit, mfx, xergm, h2o
Reverse depends: mhurdle
Reverse suggests: feisr, glmmTMB, mixl, mlogit, momentfit, pder, plm, rem, texPreview, tnam
Reverse enhances: bucky, estimatr

Released about 3 years ago.

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