glimpse

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Get a glimpse of your data.

This is like a transposed version of print: columns run down the page, and data runs across. This makes it possible to see every column in a data frame. It's a little like str applied to a data frame but it tries to show you as much data as possible. (And it always shows the underlying data, even when applied to a remote data source.)

Usage
glimpse(tbl, width = getOption("width"))
Arguments
tbl
A data table
width
Width of output: defaults to the width of the console.
Aliases
  • glimpse
Examples
glimpse(mtcars)

if (require("RSQLite") && has_lahman("sqlite")) {
  batting <- tbl(lahman_sqlite(), "Batting")
  glimpse(batting)
}
Documentation reproduced from package dplyr, version 0.3, License: MIT + file LICENSE

Community examples

data.sciencemb@gmail.com at May 26, 2019 dplyr v0.3

##Careful when upoad a data into r vector, 1. Make sure all available columns are added in uploaded vector 2. can use glimpse function to check column detail of Uploaded Vector 3. glimpse finction is part of dplyr package so first activiate dplyr package and then run glimpse function ```{r,echo=TRUE} pacman::p_load(dplyr) glimpse(mtcars) ```

atkokmen@syr.edu at Aug 14, 2018 dplyr v0.3

'''glimpse(mtcars)'''

atkokmen@syr.edu at Aug 14, 2018 dplyr v0.3

glimpse(mtcars)