print.char.list: prints a list of lists in a visually readable format.

Description Usage Arguments Value Author(s)

View source: R/print.char.list.s

Description

Takes a list that is composed of other lists and matrixes and prints it in a visually readable format.

Usage

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## S3 method for class 'char.list'
print(x, ..., hsep = c("|"), vsep = c("-"), csep = c("+"), print.it = TRUE,
                rowname.halign = c("left", "centre", "right"),
                rowname.valign = c("top", "centre", "bottom"),
                colname.halign = c("centre", "left", "right"),
                colname.valign = c("centre", "top", "bottom"),
                text.halign = c("right", "centre", "left"),
                text.valign = c("top", "centre", "bottom"),
                rowname.width, rowname.height,
                min.colwidth = .Options$digits, max.rowheight = NULL,
                abbreviate.dimnames = TRUE, page.width = .Options$width,
                colname.width, colname.height, prefix.width,
                superprefix.width = prefix.width)

Arguments

x

list object to be printed

...

place for extra arguments to reside.

hsep

character used to separate horizontal fields

vsep

character used to separate veritcal feilds

csep

character used where horizontal and veritcal separators meet.

print.it

should the value be printed to the console or returned as a string.

rowname.halign

horizontal justification of row names.

rowname.valign

verical justification of row names.

colname.halign

horizontal justification of column names.

colname.valign

verical justification of column names.

text.halign

horizontal justification of cell text.

text.valign

vertical justification of cell text.

rowname.width

minimum width of row name strings.

rowname.height

minimum height of row name strings.

min.colwidth

minimum column width.

max.rowheight

maximum row height.

abbreviate.dimnames

should the row and column names be abbreviated.

page.width

width of the page being printed on.

colname.width

minimum width of the column names.

colname.height

minimum height of the column names

prefix.width

maximum width of the rowname columns

superprefix.width

maximum width of the super rowname columns

Value

String that formated table of the list object.

Author(s)

Charles Dupont


harrelfe/Hmisc documentation built on Oct. 3, 2019, 9:34 p.m.