Sergio Oller 2020-05-15
condformat renders a data frame in which cells in columns are formatted according to several rules or criteria.
Checkout the code and browse it at http://github.com/zeehio/condformat.
If you want to use the PDF output you will need the
xcolor LaTeX package. Either use the full texlive distribution, or install
latex-xcolor on Debian and derivatives.
data(iris) library(condformat) condformat(iris[c(1:5,70:75, 120:125),]) %>% rule_fill_discrete(Species) %>% rule_fill_discrete(c(Sepal.Width, Sepal.Length), expression = Sepal.Width > Sepal.Length - 2.25, colours = c("TRUE" = "#7D00FF")) %>% rule_fill_gradient2(Petal.Length) %>% rule_text_bold(c(Sepal.Length, Species), Species == "versicolor") %>% rule_text_color(Sepal.Length, expression = ifelse(Species == "setosa", "yellow", "")) %>% rule_fill_bar(Petal.Width, limits = c(0, NA)) %>% theme_grob(rows = NULL) %>% condformat2grob()
This example covers most of the condformat rules.