[R] how to print table with more columns per row?

From: <ryszard.czerminski_at_novartis.com>
Date: Fri 21 Jul 2006 - 01:29:58 EST


When printing a table it is broken at some point (depending how long are the associated names)
>>> see example below.

Is there a way to control number of columns being printed for a given chunk of the table?

Best regards,
Ryszard

> z5

        AAAAAAA BBBBBBB CCCCCCC DDDDDDD EEEEEEE FFFFFFF GGGGGGG HHHHHHH IIIIIII
AAAAAAA 1.00 -0.69 -0.54 -0.88 NA NA NA NA -0.88
BBBBBBB -0.69 1.00 0.65 0.82 NA NA NA 1 0.83
CCCCCCC -0.54 0.65 1.00 0.49 NA NA NA NA 0.94
DDDDDDD -0.88 0.82 0.49 1.00 NA NA NA 1 0.90
EEEEEEE NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA
FFFFFFF NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA
GGGGGGG NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA
HHHHHHH NA 1.00 NA 1.00 NA NA NA 1 NA
IIIIIII -0.88 0.83 0.94 0.90 NA NA NA NA 1.00
JJJJJJJ NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA
KKKKKKK 0.05 0.21 0.11 -0.11 NA NA NA 1 NA
LLLLLLL 0.73 -0.68 -0.16 -0.91 NA NA NA -1 -0.35

        JJJJJJJ KKKKKKK LLLLLLL
AAAAAAA      NA    0.05    0.73
BBBBBBB      NA    0.21   -0.68
CCCCCCC      NA    0.11   -0.16
DDDDDDD      NA   -0.11   -0.91
EEEEEEE      NA      NA      NA
FFFFFFF      NA      NA      NA
GGGGGGG      NA      NA      NA
HHHHHHH      NA    1.00   -1.00
IIIIIII      NA      NA   -0.35
JJJJJJJ      NA      NA      NA
KKKKKKK      NA    1.00    0.24
LLLLLLL      NA    0.24    1.00

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