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Author: Harald Schilly
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\documentclass{article}
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\usepackage{amsmath}
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\usepackage{sagetex}
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\usepackage{booktabs}
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\begin{document}
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Why is the table showing up here, above the sageblock?
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\begin{sageblock}
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t = r"""
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\begin{tabular}{ll}
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col1 & col2 \\
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1 & 2 \\
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3 & 4 via sagestr
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\end{tabular}
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"""
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\end{sageblock}
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You just want to include \verb|t| without applying latex(), so use
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\verb|\sagestr|, not \verb|\sage|.
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\sagestr{"foo"}
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\sagestr{t}
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\section{t2: join(list of str)}
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\begin{sageblock}
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t2 = []
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t2.append(r"\begin{tabular}{ll}")
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t2.append(r"col1 & col2 \\")
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t2.append(r"1 & 2 \\")
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t2.append(r"3 & 4")
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t2.append(r"\end{tabular}")
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t2 = "\n".join(t2)
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\end{sageblock}
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\sagestr{t2}
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\section{pandas: DataFrame.to\_html()}
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\begin{sageblock}
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import statsmodels.api as sm
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import pandas as pd
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ds = sm.datasets.grunfeld.load_pandas()
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pt = ds.data[ds.data.year > 1950]\
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.pivot_table(\
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values=["invest"],\
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index=["firm"],\
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columns=["year"])
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\end{sageblock}
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%\sage{ds.data.head().to_latex()}
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Dan: The following uses toprule, midrule, and bottomrule, which require the booktabs package.
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HSY: Ah, thanks, that's really good. I want to demo this to a company who is interested in SMC. Showing them that creating tables is easy, is my goal.
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\sagestr{pt.to_latex()}
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\end{document}
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