To make a table, you can use the
omni_table() function. This function takes two arguments, the data (which is usually piped into the function as seen below) and a name for the table.
mtcars %>% # This is used because the `mtcars` data frame uses # row names and we want to convert these into a variable rownames_to_column(var = "car") %>% slice(1:5) %>% omni_table("Sample table")
The table will be created based on whatever data you pipe into the
omni_table() function. So, for example, if you wanted to only include certain variables, you could do as follows:
mtcars %>% rownames_to_column(var = "car") %>% slice(1:5) %>% select(car, mpg, hp) %>% omni_table("Sample table v2")