texreg is a package for the statistical computing environment R. It takes regression output from statistical models and arranges them nicely in a LaTeX table. The table contains coefficients, standard errors, significance stars and goodness-of-fit statistics. texreg can also arrange multiple models in a single table.
LaTeX is a high-quality typesetting system, which is used mostly for writing academic papers. It is usually tedious to copy regression output from R to LaTeX documents manually. When the model is changed, everything has to be copied and pasted again. This can become very time-consuming.
There are R packages which can automatically create LaTeX tables from regression output. Some of these packages just take one single model and convert it into a table. In many applications, however, multiple models have to be aggregated into a single table. Moreover, there is no such functionality for lme objects (i.e., random effects and other linear mixed effects models from the nlme package), and for ergm objects (resulting from the ergm() command in the statnet suite of R packages for social network analysis).
texreg fills this gap and provides some nice convenience functions for getting your regression output into LaTeX. Please browse the following websites and documents for more information.