This article describes how to go from an unsorted table in Displayr:
To a table sorted by a specified statistic:
In this example, the values in the Feminine column were sorted in descending order.
- A table created in Displayr from a variable or variables in your data set.
- Select a table.
- Right-click the column or row header you want sorted.
- Click Sort and select Ascending or Descending. Unlike previous versions of Displayr, you do not have to select from a list which statistic you want to sort by. By default, it sorts by the type of values that are already displayed in the column or row.
- As an alternative, if you want to sort the table by a statistic that isn't displayed in the table click Categories Shown in Rows > By This Columns Values > Ascending/Descending > desired statistic.
How to Sort Labels in an Ascending or Descending Order
How to Automatically Sort Table Rows
How to Sort Table Categories Within Each NET
How to Sort Columns for Entered or Pasted Tables
How to Sort Rows for Entered or Pasted Tables
How to Sort Single Column Summary Tables Using R
How to Sort Multiple Column Tables Using R
How to Automatically Sort Tables to Show Patterns in the Data
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