reactable() creates a data table from tabular data with sorting and pagination by default. The data table is an HTML widget that can be used in R Markdown documents and Shiny applications, or viewed from an R console.

reactable(
  data,
  columns = NULL,
  columnGroups = NULL,
  rownames = NULL,
  groupBy = NULL,
  sortable = TRUE,
  resizable = FALSE,
  filterable = FALSE,
  searchable = FALSE,
  defaultColDef = NULL,
  defaultColGroup = NULL,
  defaultSortOrder = "asc",
  defaultSorted = NULL,
  pagination = TRUE,
  defaultPageSize = 10,
  showPageSizeOptions = FALSE,
  pageSizeOptions = c(10, 25, 50, 100),
  paginationType = "numbers",
  showPagination = NULL,
  showPageInfo = TRUE,
  minRows = 1,
  details = NULL,
  defaultExpanded = FALSE,
  selection = NULL,
  selectionId = NULL,
  defaultSelected = NULL,
  onClick = NULL,
  highlight = FALSE,
  outlined = FALSE,
  bordered = FALSE,
  borderless = FALSE,
  striped = FALSE,
  compact = FALSE,
  wrap = TRUE,
  showSortIcon = TRUE,
  showSortable = FALSE,
  class = NULL,
  style = NULL,
  rowClass = NULL,
  rowStyle = NULL,
  fullWidth = TRUE,
  width = "auto",
  height = "auto",
  theme = getOption("reactable.theme"),
  language = getOption("reactable.language"),
  elementId = NULL
)

Arguments

data

A data frame or matrix.

Can also be a crosstalk::SharedData object that wraps a data frame.

columns

Named list of column definitions. See colDef().

columnGroups

List of column group definitions. See colGroup().

rownames

Show row names? Defaults to TRUE if the data has row names.

To customize the row names column, use ".rownames" as the column name.

groupBy

Character vector of column names to group by.

sortable

Enable sorting? Defaults to TRUE.

resizable

Enable column resizing?

filterable

Enable column filtering?

searchable

Enable global table searching?

defaultColDef

Default column definition used by every column. See colDef().

defaultColGroup

Default column group definition used by every column group. See colGroup().

defaultSortOrder

Default sort order. Either "asc" for ascending order or "desc" for descending order. Defaults to "asc".

defaultSorted

Optional vector of column names to sort by default. Or to customize sort order, a named list with values of "asc" or "desc".

pagination

Enable pagination? Defaults to TRUE.

defaultPageSize

Default page size for the table. Defaults to 10.

showPageSizeOptions

Show page size options?

pageSizeOptions

Page size options for the table. Defaults to 10, 25, 50, 100.

paginationType

Pagination control to use. Either "numbers" for page number buttons (the default), "jump" for a page jump, or "simple" to show 'Previous' and 'Next' buttons only.

showPagination

Show pagination? Defaults to TRUE if the table has more than one page.

showPageInfo

Show page info? Defaults to TRUE.

minRows

Minimum number of rows to show per page. Defaults to 1.

details

Additional content to display when expanding a row. An R function that takes a row index argument or a JS() function that takes a row info object as an argument. Can also be a colDef() to customize the details expander column.

defaultExpanded

Expand all rows by default?

selection

Enable row selection? Either "multiple" or "single" for multiple or single row selection.

To get the selected rows in Shiny, use getReactableState().

To customize the selection column, use ".selection" as the column name.

selectionId

Shiny input ID for the selected rows. The selected rows are given as a numeric vector of row indices, or NULL if no rows are selected. NOTE: selectionId will be deprecated in a future release. Use getReactableState() to get the selected rows in Shiny instead.

defaultSelected

A numeric vector of default selected row indices.

onClick

Action to take when clicking a cell. Either "expand" to expand the row, "select" to select the row, or a JS() function that takes a row info object, column info object, and table state object as arguments.

highlight

Highlight table rows on hover?

outlined

Add borders around the table?

bordered

Add borders around the table and every cell?

borderless

Remove inner borders from table?

striped

Add zebra-striping to table rows?

compact

Make tables more compact?

wrap

Enable text wrapping? If TRUE (the default), long text will be wrapped to multiple lines. If FALSE, text will be truncated to fit on one line.

showSortIcon

Show a sort icon when sorting columns?

showSortable

Show an indicator on sortable columns?

class

Additional CSS classes to apply to the table.

style

Inline styles to apply to the table. A named list or character string.

Note that if style is a named list, property names should be camelCased.

rowClass

Additional CSS classes to apply to table rows. A character string, a JS() function that takes a row info object and table state object as arguments, or an R function that takes a row index argument.

rowStyle

Inline styles to apply to table rows. A named list, character string, JS() function that takes a row info object and table state object as arguments, or an R function that takes a row index argument.

Note that if rowStyle is a named list, property names should be camelCased. If rowStyle is a JS() function, it should return a JavaScript object with camelCased property names.

fullWidth

Stretch the table to fill the full width of its container? Defaults to TRUE.

width

Width in pixels. Defaults to "auto" for automatic sizing.

height

Height in pixels. Defaults to "auto" for automatic sizing.

theme

Theme options for the table, specified by reactableTheme(). Defaults to the global reactable.theme option. Can also be a function that returns a reactableTheme() or NULL.

language

Language options for the table, specified by reactableLang(). Defaults to the global reactable.language option.

elementId

Element ID for the widget.

Value

A reactable HTML widget that can be used in R Markdown documents and Shiny applications, or viewed from an R console.

Note

See the online documentation for additional details and examples.

See also

renderReactable() and reactableOutput() for using reactable in Shiny applications or interactive R Markdown documents.

Examples

# Basic usage reactable(iris) # Grouping and aggregation reactable(iris, groupBy = "Species", columns = list( Sepal.Length = colDef(aggregate = "count"), Sepal.Width = colDef(aggregate = "mean"), Petal.Length = colDef(aggregate = "sum"), Petal.Width = colDef(aggregate = "max") )) # Row details reactable(iris, details = function(index) { htmltools::div( "Details for row: ", index, htmltools::tags$pre(paste(capture.output(iris[index, ]), collapse = "\n")) ) }) # Conditional styling reactable(sleep, columns = list( extra = colDef(style = function(value) { if (value > 0) { color <- "green" } else if (value < 0) { color <- "red" } else { color <- "#777" } list(color = color, fontWeight = "bold") }) ))