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Pretty Tables

Build status codecov Code Style: Blue

This package has the purpose to print data in matrices in a human-readable format. It was inspired in the functionality provided by https://ozh.github.io/ascii-tables/

Backends status

  • Text backend: stable.
  • HTML backend: not stable, API can change in minor versions, consider as beta.
  • LaTeX backend: not stable, API can change in minor version, consider as beta.

Installation

julia> using Pkg
julia> Pkg.add("PrettyTables")

Example

Usage

See the documentation.

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