Easily Create Presentation-Ready Display Tables

Build display tables from tabular data with an easy-to-use set of functions. With its progressive approach, we can construct display tables with a cohesive set of table parts. Table values can be formatted using any of the included formatting functions. Footnotes and cell styles can be precisely added through a location targeting system. The way in which 'gt' handles things for you means that you don't often have to worry about the fine details.


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install.packages("gt")

0.2.2 by Richard Iannone, a day ago


https://github.com/rstudio/gt


Report a bug at https://github.com/rstudio/gt/issues


Browse source code at https://github.com/cran/gt


Authors: Richard Iannone [aut, cre] , Joe Cheng [aut] , Barret Schloerke [aut] , RStudio [cph, fnd]


Documentation:   PDF Manual  


MIT + file LICENSE license


Imports checkmate, commonmark, dplyr, fs, ggplot2, glue, htmltools, magrittr, rlang, sass, scales, stringr, tibble, tidyselect

Suggests covr, knitr, paletteer, testthat, RColorBrewer, rmarkdown, rvest, shiny, tidyr, webshot, xml2


Imported by gtsummary, modelsummary, modeltime, pointblank, polAr.

Suggested by gsDesign, i2dash, pharmaRTF.


See at CRAN