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This package contains functions for summarizing data for scientific publication. This includes making a “Table 1” to summarize demographics across groups, correlation tables with significance indicated by stars, and extracting formatted statistical summarizes from simple tests for in-text notation. The package also includes functions for Winsorizing data based on a Z-statistic cutoff.

apastat - Format simple statistic test results for scientific publication
correltable - Create correlation table (with stars for significance) for scientific publication
FullTable1 - Create Table1 of group summary with stats for scientific publication
gg_groupplot - Create ggplot to display group differences (box+point+hist) winsorZ_find - Identify outliers based on z-score cutoff that are Winsorized by the winsorZ function
winsorZ - Winsorize outliers based on z-score cutoff to next most extreme non-outlier value


You can install the released version of scipub from CRAN with:


You can install the development version from GitHub with:

# install.packages("devtools")


This is a basic example:

#> Warning: Converting non-numeric columns to factor: Sex,Income
#> $table
#>          Age Sex     Income  Height iq          depressT   anxT      
#> Age          t=-1.86 F=4.17* .41*** .09***      .02        -.01      
#> Sex                  χ2=0.72 t=0.83 t=1.25      t=-4.87*** t=-5.76***
#> Income                       F=1.15 F=364.33*** F=31.18*** F=16.26***
#> Height                              .04*        -.01       -.01      
#> iq                                              -.08***    -.06***   
#> depressT                                                   .61***    
#> anxT                                                                 
#> $caption
#> [1] "Note. This table presents Pearson correlation coefficients with pairwise deletion. N=4 missing Sex. N=404 missing Income. N=7 missing Height. N=179 missing iq. N=8 missing depressT. N=8 missing anxT.  Group differences for continuous and categorical\n             variables are indicated by t-statistic/ANOVA F\n             and chi-squared, respectively. * p<.05, ** p<.01, *** p<.001"