I want to announce a new package that I just submitted for registration. It is called
PrettyTables.jl. The idea is to provide functionality to print data in tables in many formats. Currently, it supports only text tables like we have in the website https://ozh.github.io/ascii-tables/
I decided to code this package because I often need to print data in a human-readable format to analyze or to send to other people. You can see more about the package here: https://github.com/ronisbr/PrettyTables.jl
In the following, there are some examples of how the following data can be printed:
julia> data = ["Col. 1" "Col. 2" "Col. 3" "Col. 4"; 1 false 1.0 0x01 ; 2 true 2.0 0x02 ; 3 false 3.0 0x03 ; 4 true 4.0 0x04 ; 5 false 5.0 0x05 ; 6 true 6.0 0x06 ;]
I am planning to improve the package given the community feedback!