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The Education Industry comprises establishments whose primary objective is to provide education. These establishments can be public, non-profit, or for-profit institutions. They include elementary schools, secondary schools, online learning, community colleges, universities, and ministries or departments of education.

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QUESTION

Add commas every digits in numbers of kable()

Asked 2022-Mar-21 at 16:36

I have the dataframe below and I create a kable out of this. How could I add commas between numbers every 3 digits?

1Descs&lt;-structure(list(Mean = c(NaN, 943330388, NaN, NaN, NaN, 543234645, 
245831420, NaN, 27301292, 160818771), Median = c(NaN, 943330388, 
3NaN, NaN, NaN, 543234645, 45831420, NaN, 27301292, 160818771), 
4    SD = c(NA_real_, NA_real_, NA_real_, NA_real_, NA_real_, 
5    NA_real_, NA_real_, NA_real_, NA_real_, NA_real_), MAD = c(NA, 
6    0, NA, NA, NA, 0, 0, NA, 0, 0), MIN = c(NA, 943330388, NA, 
7    NA, NA, 543234645, 45831420, NA, 27301292, 160818771), MAX = c(NA, 
8    943330388, NA, NA, NA, 543234645, 45831420, NA, 27301292, 
9    160818771), VAR = c(NA_real_, NA_real_, NA_real_, NA_real_, 
10    NA_real_, NA_real_, NA_real_, NA_real_, NA_real_, NA_real_
11    ), RANGE = structure(c(NA, 943330388, NA, NA, NA, 543234645, 
12    45831420, NA, 27301292, 160818771, NA, 943330388, NA, NA, 
13    NA, 543234645, 45831420, NA, 27301292, 160818771), .Dim = c(10L, 
14    2L)), QUANTILES = structure(c(NA, 943330388, NA, NA, NA, 
15    543234645, 45831420, NA, 27301292, 160818771, NA, 943330388, 
16    NA, NA, NA, 543234645, 45831420, NA, 27301292, 160818771), .Dim = c(10L, 
17    2L), .Dimnames = list(NULL, c(&quot;25%&quot;, &quot;75%&quot;)))), row.names = c(&quot;Comedy&quot;, 
18&quot;Education&quot;, &quot;Entertainment&quot;, &quot;Film &amp; Animation&quot;, &quot;Gaming&quot;, &quot;Howto &amp; Style&quot;, 
19&quot;Music&quot;, &quot;People &amp; Blogs&quot;, &quot;Science &amp; Technology&quot;, &quot;Sports&quot;), class = &quot;data.frame&quot;)
20
21library(kableExtra)
22
23kable(Descs) %&gt;%
24    kable_styling(
25      font_size = 15,
26      bootstrap_options = c(&quot;striped&quot;, &quot;hover&quot;, &quot;condensed&quot;)
27    ) 
28

ANSWER

Answered 2022-Mar-21 at 16:36

You could use the kable format argument, this avoids mucking around with the data prior to putting into the table.

And if you want to clear up the NAs and NaNs you could add in this line of code: options(knitr.kable.NA = '')

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1Descs&lt;-structure(list(Mean = c(NaN, 943330388, NaN, NaN, NaN, 543234645, 
245831420, NaN, 27301292, 160818771), Median = c(NaN, 943330388, 
3NaN, NaN, NaN, 543234645, 45831420, NaN, 27301292, 160818771), 
4    SD = c(NA_real_, NA_real_, NA_real_, NA_real_, NA_real_, 
5    NA_real_, NA_real_, NA_real_, NA_real_, NA_real_), MAD = c(NA, 
6    0, NA, NA, NA, 0, 0, NA, 0, 0), MIN = c(NA, 943330388, NA, 
7    NA, NA, 543234645, 45831420, NA, 27301292, 160818771), MAX = c(NA, 
8    943330388, NA, NA, NA, 543234645, 45831420, NA, 27301292, 
9    160818771), VAR = c(NA_real_, NA_real_, NA_real_, NA_real_, 
10    NA_real_, NA_real_, NA_real_, NA_real_, NA_real_, NA_real_
11    ), RANGE = structure(c(NA, 943330388, NA, NA, NA, 543234645, 
12    45831420, NA, 27301292, 160818771, NA, 943330388, NA, NA, 
13    NA, 543234645, 45831420, NA, 27301292, 160818771), .Dim = c(10L, 
14    2L)), QUANTILES = structure(c(NA, 943330388, NA, NA, NA, 
15    543234645, 45831420, NA, 27301292, 160818771, NA, 943330388, 
16    NA, NA, NA, 543234645, 45831420, NA, 27301292, 160818771), .Dim = c(10L, 
17    2L), .Dimnames = list(NULL, c(&quot;25%&quot;, &quot;75%&quot;)))), row.names = c(&quot;Comedy&quot;, 
18&quot;Education&quot;, &quot;Entertainment&quot;, &quot;Film &amp; Animation&quot;, &quot;Gaming&quot;, &quot;Howto &amp; Style&quot;, 
19&quot;Music&quot;, &quot;People &amp; Blogs&quot;, &quot;Science &amp; Technology&quot;, &quot;Sports&quot;), class = &quot;data.frame&quot;)
20
21library(kableExtra)
22
23kable(Descs) %&gt;%
24    kable_styling(
25      font_size = 15,
26      bootstrap_options = c(&quot;striped&quot;, &quot;hover&quot;, &quot;condensed&quot;)
27    ) 
28library(kableExtra)
29
30kable(Descs,
31      format.args = list(big.mark = &quot;,&quot;)) %&gt;%
32  kable_styling(
33    font_size = 15,
34    bootstrap_options = c(&quot;striped&quot;, &quot;hover&quot;, &quot;condensed&quot;)
35  ) 
36
37

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Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/71560787