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Printing and Formatting of Time-Series Objects

Notably for calendar related time series objects, format and print methods showing years, months and or quarters respectively.

Keywords
ts
Usage
## S3 method for class 'ts':
print(x, calendar, \dots)
.preformat.ts(x, calendar, ...)
Arguments
x
a time series object.
calendar
enable/disable the display of information about month names, quarter names or year when printing. The default is TRUE for a frequency of 4 or 12, FALSE otherwise.
...
additional arguments to print (or format methods).
Details

The print method for "ts" objects prints a header (basically of tsp(x)), if calendar is false, and then prints the result of .preformat.ts(x, *), which is typically a matrix with rownames built from the calendar times where applicable.

See Also

print, ts.

Aliases
  • .preformat.ts
  • print.ts
Examples
library(stats) print(ts(1:10, frequency = 7, start = c(12, 2)), calendar = TRUE) print(sunsp.1 <- window(sunspot.month, end=c(1756, 12))) m <- .preformat.ts(sunsp.1) # a character matrix
Documentation reproduced from package stats, version 3.3, License: Part of R 3.3

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