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The opt_table_lines() function sets table lines in one of three possible ways: (1) all possible table lines drawn ("all"), (2) no table lines at all ("none"), and (3) resetting to the default line styles ("default"). This is great if you want to start off with lots of lines and subtract just a few of them with tab_options() or tab_style(). Or, use it to start with a completely lineless table, adding individual lines as needed.

Usage

opt_table_lines(data, extent = c("all", "none", "default"))

Arguments

data

A table object that is created using the gt() function.

extent

The extent to which lines will be visible in the table. Options are "all", "none", or "default".

Value

An object of class gt_tbl.

Examples

Use exibble to create a gt table with a number of table parts added. Then, use the opt_table_lines() function to haves lines everywhere there can possibly be lines.

exibble %>%
  gt(rowname_col = "row", groupname_col = "group") %>%
  summary_rows(
    groups = "grp_a",
    columns = c(num, currency),
    fns = list(
      min = ~min(., na.rm = TRUE),
      max = ~max(., na.rm = TRUE)
    )) %>%
  grand_summary_rows(
    columns = currency,
    fns = list(
      total = ~sum(., na.rm = TRUE)
    )) %>%
  tab_source_note(source_note = "This is a source note.") %>%
  tab_footnote(
    footnote = "This is a footnote.",
    locations = cells_body(columns = 1, rows = 1)
  ) %>%
  tab_header(
    title = "The title of the table",
    subtitle = "The table's subtitle"
  ) %>%
  opt_table_lines()

Function ID

9-7