[R] How to change print behaviour within a markdown document

Duncan Murdoch murdoch.duncan at gmail.com
Sat Aug 2 14:26:39 CEST 2014

On 01/08/2014, 10:36 PM, Eduardo M. A. M.Mendes wrote:
> Hello
> I have the following chunk of code within a rmarkdown document:
> ```{r infoA, echo=FALSE, tidy=FALSE}
> print(pAinfo,quote=FALSE,justify="center")
> ```
> pAinfo is data.frame with 21 rows and 4 columns. Unfortunately the resulting html (or pdf) file does not show all the four columns together (the fourth column is placed below the first three columns) even though there is plenty of room to accommodate the last column.
> Is there a way to control how print or rmarkdown breaks the data.frame in order to get all four columns together? Can I somehow control the font size too?

I don't know rmarkdown, but it is probably R that is breaking the lines,
based on the width option.  Set options(width=80) for wider lines.

The font is likely controlled by the style sheet.  You need to find how
rmarkdown sets that, and change it.

Duncan Murdoch

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