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added option show_classes for print.tbl_df #1276

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@w9 w9 commented Jul 17, 2015

Adding option show_classes for print.tbl_df

I think being able to see classes directly would drastically increase my productivity and lower the chance of mistakes. Especially sometimes I need to distinguish between character and factor, or between double and integer etc. Plus, we have class names for omitted columns then why not the columns that are actually shown?

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Adding option m for print.tbl_df

Instead of printing the top 10 by default, I changed it to printing 5 top and 5 bottom. Users can set the added m option to change how many bottom rows to show. Now the option dplyr.show_min will dictate the default values of both n and m, and is set to 5.

I made so that setting one of n or m without the other implies the other to be 0. So the behavior of previous code print(n=...) will not change.

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@hadley hadley commented Jul 21, 2015

I don't think this needs to be an option - it should always happen. Can you please:

  • fix the mangled code
  • use () instead of <> (to be consistent)
  • add a bullet point to NEWS

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@cosinequanon cosinequanon commented Aug 13, 2015

This is cool, would love to see it actually merged

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