Invoke a spreadsheet-style data viewer on a matrix-like R object.
an R object which can be coerced to a data frame with non-zero numbers of rows and columns.
title for viewer window. Defaults to name of
NULL. The functions puts up a window and returns
immediately: the window can be closed via its controls or menus.
x is coerced (if possible) to a data frame, then
columns are converted to character using
The object is then viewed in a spreadsheet-like data viewer, a
read-only version of
If there are row names on the data frame that are not
they are displayed in a separate first column called
Objects with zero columns or zero rows are not accepted.
the array of cells can be navigated by the cursor keys and Home, End, Page Up and Page Down (where supported by X11) as well as Enter and Tab.
the array of cells can be navigated via the scrollbars and by the cursor keys, Home, End, Page Up and Page Down.
On Windows, the initial size of the data viewer window is taken
from the default dimensions of a pager (see
but adjusted downwards to show a whole number of rows and columns.