Printing Floating Point Numbers in a Human-Friendly Format

Print vectors (and data frames) of floating point numbers using a non-scientific format optimized for human readers. Vectors of numbers are rounded using significant digits, aligned at the decimal point, and all zeros trailing the decimal point are dropped. See: Wright (2016). Lucid: An R Package for Pretty-Printing Floating Point Numbers. In JSM Proceedings, Statistical Computing Section. Alexandria, VA: American Statistical Association. 2270-2279.


lucid

Lucid printing in R

'lucid' is primarily a formatting function similar to 'round' and 'signif', but output is always character.

The returned values are printed with regular R methods.

Note that R prints character vectors/matrices with quotes, but prints data.frames without quotes.

News

lucid 1.7 - Feb 2019

Fix test case to accommodate changes in lme4 output.

lucid 1.6

lucid 1.5 - Aug 2018

lucid() now converts tibbles to data.frames before formatting.

lucid 1.4 - Oct 2016

Added lucid logo, JSM poster & paper to github.

Changed vignette from Rnw to Rmd.

Switched to roxygen2 documentation.

Now using testthat and covr packages.

lucid 1.3 - Jun 2015

Namespace changes due to R devel changes.

lucid 1.2 - Apr 2015

Added vc.mcmc.list() for prettier summaries from JAGS.

lucid 1.1 - Feb 2015

Re-worked code. Primary objective is formatting, not printing.

Added na.replace option.

lucid 1.0 - Nov 2014

First release to CRAN, Nov 2014.

lucid 0.0 - Mar 2010

Development begins

Reference manual

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install.packages("lucid")

1.7 by Kevin Wright, 2 months ago


https://github.com/kwstat/lucid


Report a bug at https://github.com/kwstat/lucid/issues


Browse source code at https://github.com/cran/lucid


Authors: Kevin Wright [aut, cre]


Documentation:   PDF Manual  


GPL-3 license


Imports nlme

Suggests broom, dplyr, knitr, lattice, lme4, rjags, testthat


Imported by CRPClustering.

Suggested by agridat.


See at CRAN