[R] print.data.frame : row.name = FALSE not having intended effect
matthew.pettis at gmail.com
Wed Sep 24 03:55:41 CEST 2008
Never mind -- the answer is buried in my own question... I was looking
at documentation for version 2.7.2, and when I looked at the one for
2.6.2, I see the row.names option isn't in that release.
Any suggestions on how I can code around that in 2.6.2, so I don't
have to upgrade to 2.7.2 just yet?
On Tue, Sep 23, 2008 at 8:49 PM, Matthew Pettis
<matthew.pettis at gmail.com> wrote:
> Does anybody know if row.name = FALSE actually works in v2.6.2?
> Because it isn't working for me... here is some sample code and
>> print(x,row.names = FALSE)
> party_abbr candidate_name votes_candidate
> 2 DFL AMY KLOBUCHAR 1,278,849
> 5 R MARK KENNEDY 835,653
> 4 IP ROBERT FITZGERALD 71,194
> 3 GP MICHAEL JAMES CAVLAN 10,714
> 1 CP BEN POWERS 5,408
> 10 WI WRITE-IN** 901
> 8 WI PETER IDUSOGIE** 29
> 6 WI CHARLES ALDRICH** 15
> 9 WI REBECCA WILLIAMSON** 5
> 7 WI JOHN ULDRICH** 4
> It is from the wellspring of our despair and the places that we are
> broken that we come to repair the world.
> -- Murray Waas
It is from the wellspring of our despair and the places that we are
broken that we come to repair the world.
-- Murray Waas
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