I am working with R and Latex and using R to generate a series of tables that I am exporting as a unique latex script each (e.g. it exports the table formatted for latex in a new script). I would like to import the table into a master latex file in the same way that you would graphics using the includegraphics command. Is there any analogue for this to import tables? Thanks for any tips.

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    since tables are just text a normal \input will be enough
    – daleif
    Commented Jun 4, 2015 at 6:55

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There are two main commands to include external .tex files into your document. \input and \include. If the things you're importing are tables, \input is 99% probably the one you want. See the differences between the two of them here.

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