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ghc-tabular

Two-dimensional data tables with rendering functions

Tabular provides a Haskell representation of two-dimensional data tables, the kind that you might find in a spreadsheet or or a research report. It also comes with some default rendering functions for turning those tables into ASCII art, simple text with an arbitrary delimiter, CSV, HTML or LaTeX.

Below is an example of the kind of output this library produces. The tabular package can group rows and columns, each group having one of three separators (no line, single line, double line) between its members.

    || memtest 1 | memtest 2 ||  time test  | time test 2
====++===========+===========++=============+============
A 1 ||       hog |  terrible ||        slow |      slower
A 2 ||       pig |   not bad ||        fast |     slowest
----++-----------+-----------++-------------+------------
B 1 ||      good |     awful || intolerable |    bearable
B 2 ||    better | no chance ||    crawling |     amazing
B 3 ||       meh |   well... ||  worst ever |          ok

Installation

Install the latest version of ghc-tabular as follows:

guix install ghc-tabular

Or install a particular version:

guix install ghc-tabular@0.2.2.8

You can also install packages in augmented, pure or containerized environments for development or simply to try them out without polluting your user profile. See the guix shell documentation for more information.