The qhpvt function renders a basic pivot table as a HTML widget with one line of R.

qhpvt(
  dataFrame,
  rows = NULL,
  columns = NULL,
  calculations = NULL,
  theme = NULL,
  replaceExistingStyles = FALSE,
  tableStyle = NULL,
  headingStyle = NULL,
  cellStyle = NULL,
  totalStyle = NULL,
  ...
)

Arguments

dataFrame

The data frame containing the data to be summarised in the pivot table.

rows

A character vector of variable names to be plotted on the rows of the pivot table, or "=" to specify the position of the calculations.

columns

A character vector of variable names to be plotted on the columns of the pivot table, or "=" to specify the position of the calculations.

calculations

One or more summary calculations to use to calculate the values of the cells in the pivot table.

theme

Either the name of a built-in theme (default, largeplain, compact or blank/none) or a list which specifies the default formatting for the table.

replaceExistingStyles

TRUE to completely replace the default styling with the specified tableStyle, headingStyle, cellStyle and/or totalStyle

tableStyle

A list of CSS style declarations that apply to the table.

headingStyle

A list of CSS style declarations that apply to the heading cells in the table.

cellStyle

A list of CSS style declarations that apply to the normal cells in the table.

totalStyle

A list of CSS style declarations that apply to the total cells in the table.

...

Additional arguments, currently format, formats, totals, styleNamePrefix, compatibility and/or argumentCheckMode.

Value

A HTML widget.

Examples

qhpvt(bhmtrains, "TOC", "TrainCategory", "n()") qhpvt(bhmtrains, "TOC", "TrainCategory", c("Mean Speed"="mean(SchedSpeedMPH, na.rm=TRUE)", "Std Dev Speed"="sd(SchedSpeedMPH, na.rm=TRUE)"), formats=list("%.0f", "%.1f"), totals=list("TOC"="All TOCs", "TrainCategory"="All Categories"))