corner

Description

Display a corner section of a rectangular data set

Usage

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corner(x, ...)

## S3 method for class 'data.frame'
corner(x, r = 5L, c = 5L, corner = "topleft", ...)

## S3 method for class 'matrix'
corner(x, r = 5L, c = 5L, corner = "topleft", ...)

## S3 method for class 'table'
corner(x, r = 5L, c = 5L, corner = "topleft", ...)

## Default S3 method:
corner(x, r = 5L, ...)

Arguments

x

The data

r

Number of rows to display

c

Number of columns to show

corner

Which corner to grab. Posibble values are c("topleft", "bottomleft", "topright", "bottomright")

...

Arguments passed on to other functions

Details

Grabs a corner of a data set

Display a corner section of a rectangular data set

Displays a corner of a retangular data set such as a data.frame, martrix or table. If showing the right side or bottom, the order of the data is preserved.

The default method reverts to simply calling head

corner of a retangular data set such as a data.frame, martrix or table. If showing the right side or bottom, the order of the data is preserved.

Value

... The part of the data set that was requested. The size depends on r and c and the position depends on corner.

Author(s)

Jared P. Lander

See Also

head tail topleft topright bottomleft bottomright left right

Examples

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data(diamonds)
head(diamonds)      # displays all columns
corner(diamonds)    # displays first 5 rows and only the first 5 columns
corner(diamonds, corner="bottomleft")       # displays the last 5 rows and the first 5 columns
corner(diamonds, corner="topright")       # displays the first 5 rows and the last 5 columns

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