edsurveyTable2pdf {EdSurvey}  R Documentation 
Produces the LaTeX code and compiles to a PDF file from the edsurveyTable
results.
edsurveyTable2pdf(
data,
formula,
caption = NULL,
filename = "",
toCSV = "",
returnMeans = TRUE,
estDigits = 2,
seDigits = 3
)
data 
the result of a call to 
formula 
a formula of the form 
caption 
character vector of length one or two containing the table's caption or title.
If the length is two, the second item is the “short caption” used when LaTeX generates
a 
filename 
a character string containing filenames and paths. By default ( 
toCSV 
a character string containing filenames and paths of .csv table output.

returnMeans 
a logical value set to 
estDigits 
an integer indicating the number of decimal places to be used for estimates. Negative values are allowed. See Details. 
seDigits 
an integer indicating the number of decimal places to be used for standard errors. Negative values are allowed. 
Rounding to a negative number of digits means rounding to a power of 10,
so, for example, estDigits = 2
rounds estimates to the nearest hundred.
For more details, see the vignette titled
Producing LaTeX
Tables From edsurveyTable
Results With edsurveyTable2pdf
.
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## Not run:
# read in the example data (generated, not real student data)
sdf < readNAEP(system.file("extdata/data", "M36NT2PM.dat", package="NAEPprimer"))
# create a table with composite scores by dsex and b017451
est1 < edsurveyTable(composite ~ dsex + b017451, sdf)
# create a table with csv output
edsurveyTable2pdf(data = est1,
formula = b017451~dsex,
toCSV = "C:/example table.csv",
filename = "C:/example table.pdf",
returnMeans = FALSE)
# create a pdf file using the default subject scale or subscale
# and keep two digits for estimates and three digits for SE after decimal point
edsurveyTable2pdf(est1, b017451~dsex,
returnMeans = TRUE, estDigits = 2, seDigits = 3)
# create a pdf file using the percentage of students at the
# aggregation level specified by \code{pctAggregationLevel}
# output will be saved as "C:/example table.pdf"
edsurveyTable2pdf(est1,
b017451~dsex,
"C:/example table.pdf",
returnMeans = FALSE)
## End(Not run)