Using texreg to export models in a paper-ready way

Introduction

The texreg package helps to export a model (or several models) in a neat paper-ready way. The result may be exported as HTML or .doc (MS Office Word).

Remarks

Printing linear regression results

# models
fit1 <- lm(mpg ~ wt, data = mtcars)
fit2 <- lm(mpg ~ wt+hp, data = mtcars)
fit3 <- lm(mpg ~ wt+hp+cyl, data = mtcars)

# export to html
texreg::htmlreg(list(fit1,fit2,fit3),file='models.html')


# export to doc
texreg::htmlreg(list(fit1,fit2,fit3),file='models.doc')

The result looks like a table in a paper.

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There are several additional handy parameters in texreg::htmlreg() function. Here is a use case for the most helpful parameters.

# export to html
texreg::htmlreg(list(fit1,fit2,fit3),file='models.html',
                single.row = T,
                custom.model.names = LETTERS[1:3],
                leading.zero = F,
                digits = 3)

Which result in a table like this

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2017-02-09
2017-02-09
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