set_gtsummary_theme() set a theme
reset_gtsummary_theme() reset themes
get_gtsummary_theme() get a named list with all active theme elements
with_gtsummary_theme() evaluate an expression with a theme temporarily set
check_gtsummary_theme() checks if passed theme is valid
set_gtsummary_theme(x, quiet = NULL) reset_gtsummary_theme() get_gtsummary_theme() with_gtsummary_theme(x, expr, env = rlang::caller_env()) check_gtsummary_theme(x)
A named list defining a gtsummary theme.
Logical indicating whether to print messages in console. Default is
Expression to be evaluated with the theme specified in
The environment in which to evaluate
The default formatting and styling throughout the gtsummary package are taken from the published reporting guidelines of the top four urology journals: European Urology, The Journal of Urology, Urology and the British Journal of Urology International. Use this function to change the default reporting style to match another journal, or your own personal style.
# Setting JAMA theme for gtsummary set_gtsummary_theme(theme_gtsummary_journal("jama")) #> Setting theme `JAMA` #> Setting theme `JAMA` # Themes can be combined by including more than one set_gtsummary_theme(theme_gtsummary_compact()) #> Setting theme `Compact` #> Setting theme `Compact` set_gtsummary_theme_ex1 <- trial %>% dplyr::select(age, grade, trt) %>% tbl_summary(by = trt) %>% add_stat_label() %>% as_gt() #> ℹ `add_stat_label()` has previously been applied. Returning gtsummary table unaltered. # reset gtsummary theme reset_gtsummary_theme()