The `PivotStyles` class is a collection of `PivotStyle` objects. It defines all of the base styles needed to style/theme a pivot table. It also defines the names of the styles that are used for styling the different parts of the pivot table.

Format

R6Class object.

Active bindings

count

The number of `PivotStyle` objects in this `PivotStyles` collection.

theme

A theme name to represent this collection of styles.

styles

A list containing the `PivotStyle` objects in this `PivotStyles` collection.

allowExternalStyles

Default `FALSE`, which means this `PivotStyles` object checks that style names specified for styling the different parts of the pivot table must exist in the styles collection. If they do not an error will occur. Specify `TRUE` to disable this check, e.g. if the style definitions are not managed by `pivottabler` but instead in an external system.

tableStyle

The name of the style for the HTML table element.

rootStyle

The name of the style for the HTML cell at the top left of the pivot table.

rowHeaderStyle

The name of the style for the row headers in the pivot table.

colHeaderStyle

The name of the style for the column headers in the pivot table.

outlineRowHeaderStyle

The name of the style for the outline row headers in the pivot table.

outlineColHeaderStyle

The name of the style for the outline column headers in the pivot table.

cellStyle

The name of the cell style for the non-total cells in the body of the pivot table.

outlineCellStyle

The name of the cell style for the non-total outline cells in the body of the pivot table.

totalStyle

The name of the cell style for the total cells in the pivot table.

Methods

Public methods


Method new()

Create a new `PivotStyles` object.

Usage

PivotStyles$new(parentPivot, themeName = NULL, allowExternalStyles = FALSE)

Arguments

parentPivot

The pivot table that this `PivotStyles` instance belongs to.

themeName

A theme name to represent this collection of styles.

allowExternalStyles

Default `FALSE`, which means this `PivotStyles` object checks that style names specified for styling the different parts of the pivot table must exist in the styles collection. If they do not an error will occur. Specify `TRUE` to disable this check, e.g. if the style definitions are not managed by `pivottabler` but instead in an external system.

Returns

A new `PivotStyles` object.


Method isExistingStyle()

Check whether a style with the specified style name exists in the collection.

Usage

PivotStyles$isExistingStyle(styleName = NULL)

Arguments

styleName

The name of the style.

Returns

`TRUE` if a style with the specified name exists, `FALSE` otherwise.


Method getStyle()

Retrieve a style with the specified style name.

Usage

PivotStyles$getStyle(styleName = NULL)

Arguments

styleName

The name of the style.

Returns

A `PivotStyle` object.


Method addStyle()

Add a new style to the collection of styles.

Usage

PivotStyles$addStyle(styleName = NULL, declarations = NULL)

Arguments

styleName

The name of the new style.

declarations

CSS style declarations in the form of a list, e.g. `list("font-weight"="bold", "color"="#0000FF")`

Returns

The newly created `PivotStyle` object.


Method copyStyle()

Create a copy of a style with the specified name and store it in the collection.

Usage

PivotStyles$copyStyle(styleName = NULL, newStyleName = NULL)

Arguments

styleName

The name of the style to copy.

newStyleName

The name for the new style.

Returns

The newly created `PivotStyle` object.


Method asCSSRule()

Get a style definition in the form of a CSS rule.

Usage

PivotStyles$asCSSRule(styleName = NULL, selector = NULL)

Arguments

styleName

The name of the style.

selector

A CSS selector, used to select the element(s) to be styled.

Returns

The style declarations in the form of a CSS rule, i.e. selector property-name1: property-value1, property-name2: property-value2, ... e.g. div font-weight: bold, color: #0000FF


Method asNamedCSSStyle()

Get a style definition in the form of a named CSS style.

Usage

PivotStyles$asNamedCSSStyle(styleName = NULL, styleNamePrefix = NULL)

Arguments

styleName

The name of the style.

styleNamePrefix

A prefix to prepend to the style name.

Returns

The style declarations in the form of named CSS style, i.e. .prefix-stylename property-name1: property-value1, property-name2: property-value2, ... e.g. .pvt1Cell font-weight: bold, color: #0000FF


Method asList()

Return the contents of this object as a list for debugging.

Usage

PivotStyles$asList()

Returns

A list of various object properties.


Method asJSON()

Return the contents of this object as JSON for debugging.

Usage

PivotStyles$asJSON()

Returns

A JSON representation of various object properties.


Method asString()

Return a representation of this object as a character value.

Usage

PivotStyles$asString(seperator = ", ")

Arguments

seperator

A character value to use when concatenating multiple styles.

Returns

A character summary of various object properties.


Method clone()

The objects of this class are cloneable with this method.

Usage

PivotStyles$clone(deep = FALSE)

Arguments

deep

Whether to make a deep clone.

Examples

pt <- PivotTable$new() # ... pivotStyles <- PivotStyles$new(pt, themeName="compact") pivotStyles$addStyle(styleName="MyNewStyle", list( font="0.75em arial", padding="2px", border="1px solid lightgray", "vertical-align"="middle", "text-align"="center", "font-weight"="bold", "background-color"="#F2F2F2" ))