[R] tableGrob and properties of a cell
baptiste.auguie at googlemail.com
Tue Dec 7 19:28:38 CET 2010
Embarrassingly enough, it was quite straight-forward in the first
versions of grid.table(). You might want to try with version r11 for
tc = textConnection("
carat VeryLongWordIndeed color clarity depth
14513 1.35 Ideal J VS2 61.4
28685 0.30 Good G VVS1 64.0
50368 0.75 Ideal F SI2 59.2")
d = read.table(tc,head=T)
g = grid.table(d)
As I recall, the reason why this is more difficult now (if at all
possible, I have no idea), is that I placed the actual drawing code in
a drawDetails method, so that it gets updated on-the-fly, etc.
I hope this simpler version will suit you, I might re-include it in
the package as an alternative.
On 7 December 2010 16:53, Alex Bird <sunduck at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello there,
> could you please help to modify gpar() properties of a cell inside
> tableGrob() output.
> In the following example I want to have different color for one out of 4 cells
> The only way I found for now how to do it is to do something like this
> But for some reasons when I try to print the table into jpeg the last
> grid.text() prints desired label text somewhere but not in the place I
> want it to be.
> Is there another more "smart" way to do it?
> Thanks in advance!
> Kind regards,
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Dr. Baptiste Auguié
Departamento de Química Física,
Universidade de Vigo,
Campus Universitario, 36310, Vigo, Spain
tel: +34 9868 18617
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