I work in an ecosystem that uses Outlook for e-mail. When I have to communicate results with collaborators one of the most frequent tasks I face is to take a tabular output in R (either a summary table or some sort of tabular output) and send it to collaborators in Outlook. One method is certainly to export the table to Excel and then copy the table from there into Outlook. However, I think I prefer another method which works a bit quicker for me.
I’ve been writing full reports using Rmarkdown for a while now, and it’s my preferred report-generation method. Usually I use
knitr::kable to generate a Markdown version of a table in R. I can then copy the generated Markdown version of the table into a Markdown editor (I use Minimalist Markdown Editor), then just copy the HTML-rendered table from the preview pane to Outlook. This seem to work pretty well for me
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