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Control stargazer table output in combination with mathpazo and siunitx

I like the idea to control all my numeric outputs with the smallest number possible of packages. I use mathpazo to control my fonts and siunitx to control formatting. Yet when I knit a LaTeX table ...
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Colouring cells of tables without xcolor

Are there any decent alternatives to xcolor if I want to colour cells in a table? I want to highlight certain cells depending on my data, but not entire rows or columns. I'm using Knitr and am having ...
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Dynamically format labels/columns of a LaTeX table generated in R/knitr/xtable

I have some tables coming from the statistical package R that I want to export in LaTeX markup. I would like to make every column large as the longest word of its label (assuming for simplicity the ...
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Color first row in a xtable generated table

I am trying to color the FIRST row of my table. But if I add \rowcolor[gray]{0.95} to the FIRST row the colored row will be the SECOND. Indeed it is quite straight forward to modify from the second ...
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Pgfplotstable converting zeros to — in a knitr inline table

how do I change each 0.0 to -- without having to reference each as string type or making the whole table string type? The actual table is quite long and it would take too long to do it manually. For ...
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Adding a knitr table from R into a \pgfplotstableread statement

I'm trying to get a table from R into a pgfplotstable to edit for printing. the r code is \documentclass{article} \usepackage{pgfplotstable} \begin{document} \pgfplotstableread[format=inline,row ...