A good looking table matters! This tutorial is on how to create a neat table in Word by combining knitr and R Markdown.I'll be using my own function, htmlTable, from the Gmisc package.. Background: Because most journals that I submit to want the documents in Word and not LaTeX, converting my output into Word is essential. I used to rely on converting LaTeX into Word but this was tricky, full ...
Exporting results from R to other applications in the CSV format is just as convenient as importing data into R by using CSV files. To create a CSV file, the write.csv()function can be used. Just as the read.csv() function is a special case of read.table(), write.csv() is also a special case of write.table() .
I have encountered this problem for multiple times. I want to export a summary data set that I made from R to table in Word. The best I can do for now is to first export the data to Excel, and then copy the table in Excel to word. My sample data:
However, most used statistical software are SAS, Stata, and SPSS, so here we will show how you to export data to several formats. In the code below, dt is the name of data in R, and mydata new data name. (1) Exporting data to TXT (Tab Delimited Text File): write.table (dt, "mydata.txt", sep=",") Copy. (2) Exporting data to CSV:
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The aim of this R tutorial is to show you how to easily and quickly export outputs (including data table, plots, paragraphs of text and R scripts) from R statistical software to a Microsoft Word document (.docx file format) using ReporteRs package.
scan. You can use the scan function to copy a column of numbers from Excel to R. Copy the column from Excel, run x <- scan (), type Ctrl-v to paste into R, and press enter to signal the end of input to scan. Then x will contain the numbers from Excel as numbers, not as quoted strings. Note that scan only works with columns of numbers.
Split vector in R. Suppose you have a named vector, where the name of each element corresponds to the group the element belongs. Hence, you can split the vector in two vectors where the elements are of the same group, passing the names of the vector with the names function to the argument f.
Export data to a text file. The process of exporting data as a text file follows these broad steps: Open and review the source database. Run the export wizard. Save your export settings and review the text file. The following sets of steps explain how to perform each task. Open and review the source database. Open the source database in Access.