One of the main features of the
tbl_df class is the printing:
Tibbles only print as many rows and columns as fit on one screen, supplemented by a summary of the remaining rows and columns.
Tibble reveals the type of each column, which keeps the user informed about
whether a variable is, e.g.,
<fct> (character versus factor).
vignette("types") for an overview of common
Printing can be tweaked for a one-off call by calling
and setting arguments like
width. More persistent control is
available by setting the options described in pillar::pillar_options.
vignette("digits") for a comparison to base options,
vignette("numbers") that showcases
for creating columns with custom formatting options.
As of tibble 3.1.0, printing is handled entirely by the pillar package.
If you implement a package that extends tibble,
the printed output can be customized in various ways.
vignette("extending", package = "pillar") for details,
and pillar::pillar_options for options that control the display in the console.
## S3 method for class 'tbl_df' print( x, width = NULL, ..., n = NULL, max_extra_cols = NULL, max_footer_lines = NULL ) ## S3 method for class 'tbl_df' format( x, width = NULL, ..., n = NULL, max_extra_cols = NULL, max_footer_lines = NULL )
Object to format or print.
Width of text output to generate. This defaults to
Passed on to
Number of rows to show. If
Number of extra columns to print abbreviated information for,
if the width is too small for the entire tibble. If
Maximum number of footer lines. If
print(as_tibble(mtcars)) print(as_tibble(mtcars), n = 1) print(as_tibble(mtcars), n = 3) print(as_tibble(trees), n = 100) print(mtcars, width = 10) mtcars2 <- as_tibble(cbind(mtcars, mtcars), .name_repair = "unique") print(mtcars2, n = 25, max_extra_cols = 3) print(nycflights13::flights, max_footer_lines = 1) print(nycflights13::flights, width = Inf)
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