export version 0.2.2 Beta

export is an R package to easily export active R graphs and statistical output in publication quality to Microsoft Office (Word, PowerPoint and Excel), HTML and Latex.

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Features

Installation

Dependencies

export needs some R packages ; run the following script to install them if needed.

install.packages("officer")
install.packages("rvg")
install.packages("openxlsx")
install.packages("ggplot2")
install.packages("flextable")
install.packages("xtable")
install.packages("rgl")
install.packages("stargazer")
install.packages("tikzDevice")
install.packages("xml2")
install.packages("broom")

Github

Get the latest release:

install.packages("devtools")
library(devtools)
devtools::install_github("tomwenseleers/export")

Getting Started

library(export)
   
?graph2ppt
?graph2doc
?graph2svg
?graph2png
?table2ppt
?table2tex
?table2excel
?table2doc
?table2html

## export of ggplot2 plot
library(ggplot2)
qplot(Sepal.Length, Petal.Length, data = iris, color = Species, 
      size = Petal.Width, alpha = I(0.7))
# export to Powerpoint      
graph2ppt()      
graph2ppt(file="ggplot2_plot.pptx", aspectr=1.7)
# add 2nd slide with same graph 9 inches wide and A4 aspect ratio
graph2ppt(file="ggplot2_plot.pptx", width=9, aspectr=sqrt(2), append=TRUE) 
# add 3d slide with same graph with fixed width & height
graph2ppt(file="ggplot2_plot.pptx", width=6, height=5, append=TRUE) 
# export to Word
graph2doc()
# export to bitmap or vector formats
graph2svg()
graph2png()
graph2tif()
graph2jpg()

## export of aov Anova output
fit=aov(yield ~ block + N * P + K, npk)
x=summary(fit)
# export to Powerpoint
table2ppt(x=x)
table2ppt(x=x,file="table_aov.pptx")
table2ppt(x=x,file="table_aov.pptx",digits=4,append=TRUE)
table2ppt(x=x,file="table_aov.pptx",digits=4,digitspvals=1,
          font="Times New Roman",pointsize=16,append=TRUE)
# export to Word
table2doc(x=x)
# export to Excel
table2excel(x=x, file = "table_aov.xlsx",digits=4,digitspvals=1,
            sheetName = "Anova_table", add.rownames = TRUE)
# export to Latex
table2tex(x=x)
# export to HTML
table2html(x=x)

License

The export package is licensed under the GPLv2.