display() is a generic function to export data frames into various table formats (like plain text, markdown, ...). print_md() usually is a convenient wrapper for display(format = "markdown"). Similar, print_html() is a shortcut for display(format = "html"). See the documentation for the specific objects' classes.

display(object, ...)

print_md(x, ...)

print_html(x, ...)

# S3 method for data.frame
display(object, format = "markdown", ...)

# S3 method for data.frame
print_md(x, ...)

# S3 method for data.frame
print_html(x, ...)

Arguments

object, x

A data frame.

...

Arguments passed to other methods.

format

String, indicating the output format. Can be "markdown" or "html".

Value

Depending on format, either an object of class gt_tbl or a character vector of class knitr_kable.

Examples

display(iris[1:5, ])
#> 
#> 
#> | Sepal.Length| Sepal.Width| Petal.Length| Petal.Width| Species|
#> |------------:|-----------:|------------:|-----------:|-------:|
#> |         5.10|        3.50|         1.40|        0.20|  setosa|
#> |         4.90|        3.00|         1.40|        0.20|  setosa|
#> |         4.70|        3.20|         1.30|        0.20|  setosa|
#> |         4.60|        3.10|         1.50|        0.20|  setosa|
#> |         5.00|        3.60|         1.40|        0.20|  setosa|