Rich Text Format (RTF) Output

A set of R functions to output Rich Text Format (RTF) files with high resolution tables and graphics that may be edited with a standard word processor such as Microsoft Word.


Changed to author to use Authors@R

Changed imports to include R.methodsS3. Changed license to GPL. Moved gsubfn to Suggests instead of Depends. Removed dependency that forced X-windows start when the library was loaded. Removed 'methods' dependency (thanks to Henrik Bengtsson for help).

Unreleased version.

Added support for etables.

Added table of contents support. Added page number support in footers. Added right justify for numeric values in tables. Added full Greek alphabet to .convert function.

Added xtable to suggests list.

Corrected an incorrect Greek symbol substitution and added support for full Greek alphabet. Fixed hidden method documentation with Rdoc annotation: @keyword -internal Added package vignette.

Added documentation to output ggplot2 plots. Added generic addPng method for inserting existing images. Fixed output of some UTF-8 symbols method that were not being escaped properly. Fixed a problem with the row.names parameter in addTable for data.frames.

Added NAMESPACE as required for packages in R-2.14.0. Added parameter to rotate lattice plots in RTF output. Added parameter for automatic column width detection in tables. Fixed output of data.frame row names in addTable method.

Updates to documentation. Added forest plot code.

Added license file and fixed an inappropriate is.nan call on a data frame.

Submission to CRAN.

Reference manual

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0.4-11 by Michael E. Schaffer, 4 years ago

Browse source code at

Authors: Michael E. Schaffer [aut, cre, cph]

Documentation:   PDF Manual  

Task views: Reproducible Research

GPL (>= 2) license

Imports R.oo, R.methodsS3

Suggests ggplot2, lattice, grid, xtable, gsubfn

Imported by BEACH, CATkit, psytabs.

Depended on by likeLTD, ncar.

See at CRAN