Convert R data frames to excel filesSource:
This function allows you to write R data frames given
in the `object` argument to excel files located in the `path` directory.
The function takes several arguments but the only two required are `object` and `path`.
See examples gallery : <https://ddotta.github.io/tablexlsx/articles/aa-examples.html>
data.frame to be converted to excel
list of sheet names for each element of object. If omitted, sheets are named by default "Sheet 1", "Sheet 2"...
list of title for each element of object If omitted, title takes the name of the dataframe in `object`
list of style for columns of each element of object Only useful if you want to customise the style of each column `
list of footnote1 for each element of object If omitted, no footnote1
list of footnote2 for each element of object If omitted, no footnote2
list of footnote3 for each element of object If omitted, no footnote3
character vector that indicates the columns for which we want to merge the modalities
path to save excel file
name for the excel file ("Export" by default)
logical indicating if excel file should open automatically (FALSE by default)
# Simply export a data frame to an xlsx file # For more examples, see examples gallery : # https://ddotta.github.io/tablexlsx/articles/aa-examples.html toxlsx(object = iris, path = tempdir()) #> ✔ Your Excel file 'Export.xlsx' is available in the folder '/tmp/RtmpNaq9tO'