Conversion of R Regression Output to LaTeX or HTML Tables
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czucca and leifeld Five Issues, plus some email issues and Updated NAMESPACE (#83)
* Addressing issue 48;
introduced include.order argument in mlogit function. Updated Documentation

* Addressing issue 52;
insertert extract function for object of class summary.lm (stats package), useful for URCA package. Included documentation.

* Addressing issue 68;
introduced extract functions for object of class speedlm and speedglm (speedglm package) and for object of class biglm (biglm package). Updated documentation.

* Addressing Issue 69;
modified option in extract.lme function. No documentation changes required.

* Addresses Issue 70;
introduced second suggested fix on the extract.vglm function. include.nobs chunck, stats replaced by VGAM.

* Addressing stack overflow issue (email1);
added pvalue to extract.rlm function in order to produce significance stars. Added extract.lmRob function (robust package). Produced documentation

* Updated NAMESPACE file;
updated the list of extract function for export.

* Addressing stack overflow issue (email 6);
introduced change suggested by Philip in extract.felm to enable the extract function to read arguments of summary (in reference to robust = TRUE). No documentation change required.

* Addressing Stack Overflow issue (email7);
Introducing extract function for objects of class pglm (pglm package). Documentation included.

* removed blank lines in extract.logitor

*  Removing lines
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Conversion of R Regression Output to LaTeX or HTML Tables.

Converts coefficients, standard errors, significance stars, and goodness-of-fit statistics of statistical models into LaTeX tables or HTML tables/MS Word documents or to nicely formatted screen output for the R console for easy model comparison. A list of several models can be combined in a single table. The output is highly customizable. New model types can be easily implemented.

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Details on texreg can be found in the following article:

Leifeld, Philip (2013): texreg: Conversion of Statistical Model Output in R to LaTeX and HTML Tables. Journal of Statistical Software 55(8): 1-24. doi:10.18637/jss.v055.i08

An updated version of this paper is included as a package vignette. Additional details on how to write custom extensions for texreg and manipulate texreg objects can be found in the following answers on StackOverflow: [1], [2], [3], [4], [5].

Bugs or feature requests

Please feel free to report bugs or possible enhancements using the issue tracker and propose solutions for known bugs using a pull request. I am overwhelmed with other work at the moment and need your help in fixing bugs or adding new functions! Important: I will only consider pull requests that address an issue described in the issue tracker, so please create an issue first before fixing it.