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Package: tableExtra
Title: Draws an awesome table
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Description: Draws an awesome table.
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# Generated by roxygen2: do not edit by hand
## Misc. gtable functions
## Note: these functions were copied from the gridExtra package.
##'Prints summary information on gtable objects
##'@param object a gtable
##'@param ... unused
##'@importFrom utils str
##'@method str gtable
##' @noRd
str.gtable <- function(object, ...){
cat(c("gtable, containing \ngrobs (",
length(object[["grobs"]]), ") :"), sep="")
utils::str(vapply(object$grobs, as.character, character(1)))
cat("layout :\n")
cat("widths :\nunit vector of length",
length(object[["widths"]]), "\n")
cat("heights :\nunit vector of length",
length(object[["heights"]]), "\n")
for(element in c("respect", "rownames",
"name", "gp", "vp")){
cat(element, ":\n")
##'Combine gtables based on row/column names.
##'@param ... gtables
#' @aliases combine
##'@rdname combine
##'@param along dimension to align along, \code{1} = rows,
##'\code{2} = cols.
##'@param join when x and y have different names, how should the difference be resolved?
##'\code{inner} keep names that appear in both,
##'\code{outer} keep names that appear in either,
##'\code{left} keep names from \code{x},
##'and \code{right} keep names from \code{y}.
gtable_combine <- function (..., along = 1L, join = "outer")
gtables <- list(...)
Reduce(function(x, y) combine_2(x, y,
along = along,
join = join),
#' @rdname combine
#' @export
combine <- function (..., along = 1L, join = "outer") {
gtable_combine(..., along=along, join=join)
z_normalise <- function (x, i = 1)
x$layout$z <- rank(x$layout$z, ties.method = "first") + i -
z_arrange_gtables <- function (gtables, z)
if (length(gtables) != length(z)) {
stop("'gtables' and 'z' must be the same length")
zmax <- 0
for (i in order(z)) {
if (nrow(gtables[[i]]$layout) > 0) {
gtables[[i]] <- z_normalise(gtables[[i]], zmax +
zmax <- max(gtables[[i]]$layout$z)
insert.unit <- function (x, values, after = length(x)) {
lengx <- length(x)
if (lengx == 0) return(values)
if (length(values) == 0) return(x)
if (after <= 0) {
unit.c(values, x)
} else if (after >= lengx) {
unit.c(x, values)
} else {
unit.c(x[1L:after], values, x[(after + 1L):lengx])
##'rbind gtables
##'@rdname bind
##'@param ... gtables
##'@param size how should the widths be calculated?
##'\code{max} maximum of all widths
##'\code{min} minimum of all widths
##'\code{first} widths/heights of first gtable
##'\code{last} widths/heights of last gtable
##'@param z optional z level
gtable_rbind <- function(..., size = "max", z = NULL) {
gtables <- list(...)
if (!is.null(z)) {
gtables <- z_arrange_gtables(gtables, z)
Reduce(function(x, y) rbind_2(x, y, size = size), gtables)
##'cbind gtables
##'@rdname bind
gtable_cbind <- function(..., size = "max", z = NULL) {
gtables <- list(...)
if (!is.null(z)) {
gtables <- z_arrange_gtables(gtables, z)
Reduce(function(x, y) cbind_2(x, y, size = size), gtables)
rbind_2 <- function(x, y, size = "max", height=NULL) {
stopifnot(ncol(x) == ncol(y))
if (nrow(x) == 0) return(y)
if (nrow(y) == 0) return(x)
if (!is.null(height)){
x <- gtable::gtable_add_rows(x, height)
y$layout$t <- y$layout$t + nrow(x)
y$layout$b <- y$layout$b + nrow(x)
x$layout <- rbind(x$layout, y$layout)
x$heights <- insert.unit(x$heights, y$heights)
x$rownames <- c(x$rownames, y$rownames)
size <- match.arg(size, c("first", "last",
"max", "min"))
x$widths <- switch(size,
first = x$widths,
last = y$widths,
min = unit.pmin(x$widths, y$widths),
max = unit.pmax(x$widths, y$widths)
x$grobs <- append(x$grobs, y$grobs)
cbind_2 <- function(x, y, size = "max", width=NULL) {
stopifnot(nrow(x) == nrow(y))
if (ncol(x) == 0) return(y)
if (ncol(y) == 0) return(x)
if (!is.null(width)){
x <- gtable::gtable_add_cols(x, width)
y$layout$l <- y$layout$l + ncol(x)
y$layout$r <- y$layout$r + ncol(x)
x$layout <- rbind(x$layout, y$layout)
x$widths <- insert.unit(x$widths, y$widths)
x$colnames <- c(x$colnames, y$colnames)
size <- match.arg(size, c("first", "last",
"max", "min"))
x$heights <- switch(size,
first = x$heights,
last = y$heights,
min = unit.pmin(x$heights, y$heights),
max = unit.pmax(x$heights, y$heights))
x$grobs <- append(x$grobs, y$grobs)
combine_2 <- function(x, y, along = 1L, join = "outer") {
aligned <- align_2(x, y, along = along, join = join)
cbind_2(aligned$x, aligned$y,
rbind_2(aligned$x, aligned$y,
stop("along > 2 no implemented"))
align_2 <- function(x, y, along = 1L, join = "outer") {
join <- match.arg(join, c("left", "right", "inner", "outer"))
names_x <- dimnames(x)[[along]]
names_y <- dimnames(y)[[along]]
if (is.null(names_x) || is.null(names_y)) {
stop("Both gtables must have names along dimension to be aligned")
idx <- switch(join,
left = names_x,
right = names_y,
inner = intersect(names_x, names_y),
outer = union(names_x, names_y)
x = gtable_reindex(x, idx, along),
y = gtable_reindex(y, idx, along)
gtable_reindex <- function(x, index, along = 1L) {
if (length(dim(x)) > 2L || along > 2L) {
stop("reindex only supports 2d objects")
old_index <- switch(along, rownames(x), colnames(x))
if (identical(index, old_index)) {
if (!(old_index %contains% index)) {
missing <- setdiff(index, old_index)
# Create and add dummy space rows
if (along == 1L) {
spacer <- gtable(
widths = unit(rep(0, ncol(x)), "cm"),
heights = rep_along(unit(0, "cm"), missing),
rownames = missing)
x <- rbind(x, spacer, size = "first")
} else if (along == 2L){
spacer <- gtable(
heights = unit(rep(0, nrow(x)), "cm"),
widths = rep_along(unit(0, "cm"), missing),
colnames = missing)
x <- cbind(x, spacer, size = "first")
# Reorder & subset
x[index, ],
x[, index])
gtable_remove_grob <- function(x, pattern, which = 1L,
fixed = FALSE, trim=TRUE){
matches <- grep(pattern, x$layout$name, fixed = fixed)
tokeep <- setdiff(seq_len(length(x)), matches[which])
x$layout <- x$layout[tokeep, , drop = FALSE]
x$grobs <- x$grobs[tokeep]
x <- gtable_trim(x)
## Note: this functions is modified copy of gtable_table from the gridExtra package.
#' Build a table with text grobs.
#' This function is a copy of the internal function \code{gtable_table} of gridExtra package.
#' @param d data.frame or matrix
#' @param width optional \code{unit.list} specifying the grob widths
#' @param heights optional \code{unit.list} specifying the grob heights
#' @param fg_fun grob-drawing function
#' @param fg_params named list of params passed to fg_fun
#' @param bg_fun grob-drawing function
#' @param bg_params named list of params passed to bg_fun
#' @param padding \code{unit.list} object specifying the padding between adjacent cells.
#' @param name optional name of the grob
#' @param vp optional viewport
#' @return A gtable.
#' @importFrom gtable gtable_matrix gtable_add_grob
#' @author Yoann Pradat
#' @keywords internal
gtable_text <- function(d, widths, heights,
fg_fun = text_grob, fg_params = list(),
bg_fun = rect_grob, bg_params = list(),
padding = unit(c(4, 4), "mm"),
name = "table", vp = NULL){
label_matrix <- as.matrix(d)
nc <- ncol(label_matrix)
nr <- nrow(label_matrix)
n <- nc*nr
## formatting parameters will be recycled iff
## there are fewer elements than needed
rep_ifshort <- function(x, n, nc, nr){
if(length(x) >= n){
} else # recycle
return(rep(rep(x, length.out = nr), length.out= n))
fg_params <- lapply(fg_params, rep_ifshort, n = n, nc = nc, nr = nr)
bg_params <- lapply(bg_params, rep_ifshort, n = n, nc = nc, nr = nr)
fg_params <- data.frame(fg_params,
label = as.vector(label_matrix), # colwise
bg_params <- data.frame(bg_params, stringsAsFactors=FALSE)
labels <-, c(fg_params, list(FUN = fg_fun,
bkgds <-, c(bg_params, list(FUN = bg_fun,
label_grobs <- matrix(labels, ncol = nc, byrow = FALSE)
bkgds_grobs <- matrix(bkgds, ncol = nc, byrow = FALSE)
widths <- col_widths(label_grobs) + 2 * padding[1]