An RStudio Table Contest for 2021

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The RStudio Table Contest: 2021 Edition We love tables here at RStudio. They serve as a fantastic means to communicate information both quantitative and qualitative. We really saw that in the 2020 Table Contest, where the entries were phenomenal. The tables you shared used a variety of different R packages for generating tables, they were imaginative, and they were very interesting to read. We’ve also seen beautiful examples of tables produced in R shared in social media, and we were similarly blown away by them.

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