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JRG Console Output

Bacollier
All,
I had a question about the JGR console and whether or not I can
manipulate the location where line wrapping occurs.  I have searched
'JGR' in the R listserve archives and attempted to find console
manipulation on the JGR website to no avail and could use some
direction.

TIA, Bret

As an example, the below output wraps every 4th value, leaving about
2/3 of the console empty.

> rnorm(20, 50, 17)
 [1] 43.42240 39.94807  8.94276 15.19369
 [5] 82.56500 17.96678 80.58936 48.61693
 [9] 75.92249 71.86615 53.39025 24.08080
[13] 23.92690 35.96344 61.29200 63.37290
[17] 77.71882 56.54847 70.16172 51.61530

where the below increases the 'after decimal' range 1 unit and cuts
back to 3 values per line.

> rnorm(1000, 50, 17)
   [1]  64.805808  54.770722  46.552925
   [4]  34.371987  61.971183  37.327260
   [7]  60.403990  47.783683  51.744272
  [10]  32.671062  31.395127  69.085938
  [13]  77.554024  48.579639  48.111326
  [16]  44.994786  65.241722  65.852035
  [19]  53.254482  43.217719  30.255150


Reading in some data, the 'mydat' line extends across the console, but
the output is wrapped around again?

> mydat<-data.frame(ID, Year = factor(Year), Dayrelease, Agerelease,
Survivorship, Entry, Exit, Fate, Gender)
> mydat
       ID Year Dayrelease Agerelease
1   16240 1996        205         95
2   16319 1996        205         88
3   16378 1996        248        108
.
.
.
576  3094 2005        251        136
577  2667 2005        264        861
578  3035 2005        264        497
    Survivorship Entry Exit Fate Gender
1            164   205  369    1      0
2            140   205  345    1      0
3            100   248  348    1      0
4            204   241  445    1      0
5            227   219  446    1      0


>version
platform i386-pc-mingw32
arch     i386          
os       mingw32        
system   i386, mingw32  
status                  
major    2              
minor    2.1            
year     2005          
month    12            
day      20            
svn rev  36812          
language R

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Re: JRG Console Output

Bacollier
The obvious answer was options(width=).

Bret

>>> "Bret Collier" <[hidden email]> 2/13/2006 12:24:22 PM >>>
All,
I had a question about the JGR console and whether or not I can
manipulate the location where line wrapping occurs.  I have searched
'JGR' in the R listserve archives and attempted to find console
manipulation on the JGR website to no avail and could use some
direction.

TIA, Bret

As an example, the below output wraps every 4th value, leaving about
2/3 of the console empty.

> rnorm(20, 50, 17)
 [1] 43.42240 39.94807  8.94276 15.19369
 [5] 82.56500 17.96678 80.58936 48.61693
 [9] 75.92249 71.86615 53.39025 24.08080
[13] 23.92690 35.96344 61.29200 63.37290
[17] 77.71882 56.54847 70.16172 51.61530

where the below increases the 'after decimal' range 1 unit and cuts
back to 3 values per line.

> rnorm(1000, 50, 17)
   [1]  64.805808  54.770722  46.552925
   [4]  34.371987  61.971183  37.327260
   [7]  60.403990  47.783683  51.744272
  [10]  32.671062  31.395127  69.085938
  [13]  77.554024  48.579639  48.111326
  [16]  44.994786  65.241722  65.852035
  [19]  53.254482  43.217719  30.255150


Reading in some data, the 'mydat' line extends across the console, but
the output is wrapped around again?

> mydat<-data.frame(ID, Year = factor(Year), Dayrelease, Agerelease,
Survivorship, Entry, Exit, Fate, Gender)
> mydat
       ID Year Dayrelease Agerelease
1   16240 1996        205         95
2   16319 1996        205         88
3   16378 1996        248        108
.
.
.
576  3094 2005        251        136
577  2667 2005        264        861
578  3035 2005        264        497
    Survivorship Entry Exit Fate Gender
1            164   205  369    1      0
2            140   205  345    1      0
3            100   248  348    1      0
4            204   241  445    1      0
5            227   219  446    1      0


>version
platform i386-pc-mingw32
arch     i386          
os       mingw32        
system   i386, mingw32  
status                  
major    2              
minor    2.1            
year     2005          
month    12            
day      20            
svn rev  36812          
language R

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