print.data.frame

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Printing Data Frames

Print a data frame.

Keywords
print
Usage
"print"(x, ..., digits = NULL, quote = FALSE, right = TRUE, row.names = TRUE)
Arguments
x
object of class data.frame.
...
optional arguments to print or plot methods.
digits
the minimum number of significant digits to be used: see print.default.
quote
logical, indicating whether or not entries should be printed with surrounding quotes.
right
logical, indicating whether or not strings should be right-aligned. The default is right-alignment.
row.names
logical (or character vector), indicating whether (or what) row names should be printed.
Details

This calls format which formats the data frame column-by-column, then converts to a character matrix and dispatches to the print method for matrices.

When quote = TRUE only the entries are quoted not the row names nor the column names.

See Also

data.frame.

Aliases
  • print.data.frame
Examples
library(base) (dd <- data.frame(x = 1:8, f = gl(2,4), ch = I(letters[1:8]))) # print() with defaults print(dd, quote = TRUE, row.names = FALSE) # suppresses row.names and quotes all entries
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