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I'm trying to create a table with dashed separators between my subcolumns. This is the kind of result I need (with | representing continuous separators and representing dashed separators):

+----------+-------------------+
|Data group|Stats              |
+----------+-------------------+
|A         |Q1   ╎Med    ╎Q3   |
+----------+-------------------+
|B         |Q1   ╎Med    ╎Q3   |
+----------+-----+-------+-----+

Is there a way to do it? A specific column separator to use in the \begin{tabular}{|l|l|l|l|}?

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You can use \multicolumn{number of columns}{align}{text} to join multiple columns into one for a single row.

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    How does this answer the question?
    – campa
    Dec 3, 2020 at 13:52

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