All of the packages suggest that you should never, ever use vertical lines and don't support thicker vertical lines I've found and example of what I want but it is written in TeX Last edited by cgnieder on Thu Nov 22, pm, edited 1 time in total.
It then displays the table in Stata's results window or writes it to a text file specified by using. The default is to use SMCL formatting tags and horizontal lines to structure the table. However, if using is specified, a tab-delimited table without lines is produced.
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There is a similar Support Tablesorted alphabetically, that lists both supported and un-supported functions. Distance can be written with any of the KaTeX units. The following "raw HTML" features are potentially dangerous for untrusted inputs, so they are disabled by default, and attempting to use them produces the command names in red which you can configure via the errorColor option.
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A table is a rectangular array of cells, arranged in rows and columns, and the relevant LaTeX environment is the tabular environment. The tabular environment uses a very similar syntax to the array environment we used for matrices, so there isn't much more to be said. In addition to the usual lc and r you may find the p alignment useful; p takes a mandatory width argument, e.
LaTeX doesn't require any packages to use tabular by itself, so tabular is ubiquitous. The limitations of tabular are that it doesn't add sufficient whitespace around cells. Though it's not a limitation, many users add unnecessary vertical lines and double lines to their tables.
Tables are a common feature in academic writing, often used to summarize research results. Mastering the art of table construction in LaTeX is therefore necessary to produce quality papers and with sufficient practice one can print beautiful tables of any kind. Keeping in mind that LaTeX is not a spreadsheet, it makes sense to use a dedicated tool to build tables and then to export these tables into the document.