show0: Convert Numbers into Text with Specified Decimal Places

Description Usage Arguments Value Note Author(s) See Also Examples

View source: R/supportFuns.r

Description

Return a character representation of a number with added zeroes out to a specified number of decimal places.

Usage

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show0(x, n, add2int=FALSE, round2n=FALSE)

Arguments

x

numeric data (scalar, vector, or matrix).

n

number of decimal places to show, including zeroes.

add2int

if TRUE, add zeroes to integers after the decimal.

round2n

if TRUE, round x first to n decimal places.

Value

A scalar/vector of strings representing numbers. Useful for labelling purposes.

Note

By default, this function does not round or truncate numbers. It simply adds zeroes if n is greater than the available digits in the decimal part of a number. The user can choose to round the numbers first by setting argument round2n = TRUE.

Author(s)

Rowan Haigh, Pacific Biological Station, Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Nanaimo BC

See Also

pad0, GT0

Examples

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local(envir=.PBSmodEnv,expr={
  oldpar = par(no.readonly=TRUE)
  frame()

  #do not show decimals on integers
  addLabel(0.25,0.75,show0(15.2,4))
  addLabel(0.25,0.7,show0(15.1,4))
  addLabel(0.25,0.65,show0(15,4))

  #show decimals on integers
  addLabel(0.25,0.55,show0(15.2,4,TRUE))
  addLabel(0.25,0.5,show0(15.1,4,TRUE))
  addLabel(0.25,0.45,show0(15,4,TRUE))
  par(oldpar)
})

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