# Create tabular output for simple margins analysis

Source:`R/simple_margins.R`

`as_huxtable.sim_margins.Rd`

This function converts a `sim_margins`

object into a
`huxtable`

object, making it suitable for use in external documents.

## Arguments

- x
A

`sim_margins`

object.- format
The method for sharing the slope and associated uncertainty. Default is

`"{estimate} ({std.error})"`

. See the instructions for the`error_format`

argument of`export_summs()`

for more on your options.- sig.levels
A named vector in which the values are potential p value thresholds and the names are significance markers (e.g., "*") for when p values are below the threshold. Default is

`c(`***` = .001, `**` = .01, `*` = .05, `#` = .1)`

.- digits
How many digits should the outputted table round to? Default is 2.

- conf.level
How wide the confidence interval should be, if it is used. .95 (95% interval) is the default.

- intercept
Should conditional intercepts be included? Default is whatever the

`cond.int`

argument to`x`

was.- int.format
If conditional intercepts were requested, how should they be formatted? Default is the same as

`format`

.- ...
Ignored.