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Define the cells that get placed into multiple rows in afun.

Usage

in_rows(
  ...,
  .list = NULL,
  .names = NULL,
  .labels = NULL,
  .formats = NULL,
  .indent_mods = NULL,
  .cell_footnotes = list(NULL),
  .row_footnotes = list(NULL),
  .aligns = NULL,
  .format_na_strs = NULL
)

Arguments

...

single row defining expressions.

.list

(list)
list cell content (usually rcells). The .list is concatenated to ....

.names

(character or NULL)
names of the returned list/structure.

.labels

(character or NULL)
labels for the defined rows.

.formats

(character or NULL)
formats for the values.

.indent_mods

(integer or NULL)
indent modifications for the defined rows.

.cell_footnotes

(list)
referential footnote messages to be associated by name with cells.

.row_footnotes

(list)
referential footnotes messages to be associated by name with rows.

.aligns

(character or NULL)
alignments for the cells. Standard for NULL is "center". See formatters::list_valid_aligns() for currently supported alignments.

.format_na_strs

(character or NULL)
NA strings for the cells.

Value

A RowsVerticalSection object (or NULL). The details of this object should be considered an internal implementation detail.

Note

In post-processing, referential footnotes can also be added using row and column paths with fnotes_at_path<-.

See also

Examples

in_rows(1, 2, 3, .names = c("a", "b", "c"))
#> RowsVerticalSection (in_rows) object print method:
#> ----------------------------
#>   row_name formatted_cell indent_mod row_label
#> 1        a              1          0         a
#> 2        b              2          0         b
#> 3        c              3          0         c
in_rows(1, 2, 3, .labels = c("a", "b", "c"))
#> RowsVerticalSection (in_rows) object print method:
#> ----------------------------
#>   row_name formatted_cell indent_mod row_label
#> 1        a              1          0         a
#> 2        b              2          0         b
#> 3        c              3          0         c
in_rows(1, 2, 3, .names = c("a", "b", "c"), .labels = c("AAA", "BBB", "CCC"))
#> RowsVerticalSection (in_rows) object print method:
#> ----------------------------
#>   row_name formatted_cell indent_mod row_label
#> 1        a              1          0       AAA
#> 2        b              2          0       BBB
#> 3        c              3          0       CCC

in_rows(.list = list(a = 1, b = 2, c = 3))
#> RowsVerticalSection (in_rows) object print method:
#> ----------------------------
#>   row_name formatted_cell indent_mod row_label
#> 1        a              1          0         a
#> 2        b              2          0         b
#> 3        c              3          0         c
in_rows(1, 2, .list = list(3), .names = c("a", "b", "c"))
#> RowsVerticalSection (in_rows) object print method:
#> ----------------------------
#>   row_name formatted_cell indent_mod row_label
#> 1        a              1          0         a
#> 2        b              2          0         b
#> 3        c              3          0         c

lyt <- basic_table() %>%
  split_cols_by("ARM") %>%
  analyze("AGE", afun = function(x) {
    in_rows(
      "Mean (sd)" = rcell(c(mean(x), sd(x)), format = "xx.xx (xx.xx)"),
      "Range" = rcell(range(x), format = "xx.xx - xx.xx")
    )
  })

tbl <- build_table(lyt, ex_adsl)
tbl
#>               A: Drug X      B: Placebo     C: Combination
#> ----------------------------------------------------------
#> Mean (sd)   33.77 (6.55)    35.43 (7.90)     35.43 (7.72) 
#> Range       21.00 - 50.00   21.00 - 62.00   20.00 - 69.00