[Tex/LaTex] Table: Can I shift a column by half the height of a row

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I have a table where I list some data and I would like to add a column to the right which gives the ratio of two adjacent rows.
Now to make it more obvious the ratio of which rows this is I would like to shift the column which the ratios by half the height
of a row so that each of the ratio values sits to the right of the two columns which it was calculated from.

E.g. instead of this

 A    ratio
 3      2
 6      3

imagine the same table but the numbers in the right column shifted down by half a row.

Is this even possible?

Best Answer

A & \multicolumn{1}{c}{ratio}\\
3 &2\\
6 &3\\

The \multicolumn{1}{c}{...} is necessary to avoid applying the shift also to the heading.

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