Print method for quanteda objects. In each max_n* option, 0 shows none, and -1 shows all.

# S3 method for corpus
print(
  x,
  max_ndoc = quanteda_options("print_corpus_max_ndoc"),
  max_nchar = quanteda_options("print_corpus_max_nchar"),
  show_summary = quanteda_options("print_corpus_summary"),
  ...
)

# S4 method for dfm
print(
  x,
  max_ndoc = quanteda_options("print_dfm_max_ndoc"),
  max_nfeat = quanteda_options("print_dfm_max_nfeat"),
  show_summary = quanteda_options("print_dfm_summary"),
  ...
)

# S4 method for dictionary2
print(
  x,
  max_nkey = quanteda_options("print_dictionary_max_nkey"),
  max_nval = quanteda_options("print_dictionary_max_nval"),
  show_summary = quanteda_options("print_dictionary_summary"),
  ...
)

# S4 method for fcm
print(
  x,
  max_nfeat = quanteda_options("print_dfm_max_nfeat"),
  show_summary = TRUE,
  ...
)

# S3 method for kwic
print(
  x,
  max_nrow = quanteda_options("print_kwic_max_nrow"),
  show_summary = quanteda_options("print_kwic_summary"),
  ...
)

# S3 method for tokens
print(
  x,
  max_ndoc = quanteda_options("print_tokens_max_ndoc"),
  max_ntoken = quanteda_options("print_tokens_max_ntoken"),
  show_summary = quanteda_options("print_tokens_summary"),
  ...
)

Arguments

x

the object to be printed

max_ndoc

max number of documents to print; default is from the print_*_max_ndoc setting of quanteda_options()

max_nchar

max number of tokens to print; default is from the print_corpus_max_nchar setting of quanteda_options()

show_summary

print a brief summary indicating the number of documents and other characteristics of the object, such as docvars or sparsity.

...

not used

max_nfeat

max number of features to print; default is from the print_dfm_max_nfeat setting of quanteda_options()

max_nkey

max number of keys to print; default is from the print_dictionary_max_max_nkey setting of quanteda_options()

max_nval

max number of values to print; default is from the print_dictionary_max_nval setting of quanteda_options()

max_nrow

max number of documents to print; default is from the print_kwic_max_nrow setting of quanteda_options()

max_ntoken

max number of tokens to print; default is from the print_tokens_max_ntoken setting of quanteda_options()

See also

Examples

corp <- corpus(data_char_ukimmig2010) print(corp, max_ndoc = 3, max_nchar = 40)
#> Corpus consisting of 9 documents. #> BNP : #> "IMMIGRATION: AN UNPARALLELED CRISIS WHIC..." #> #> Coalition : #> "IMMIGRATION. The Government believes th..." #> #> Conservative : #> "Attract the brightest and best to our co..." #> #> [ reached max_ndoc ... 6 more documents ]
toks <- tokens(corp) print(toks, max_ndoc = 3, max_ntoken = 6)
#> Tokens consisting of 9 documents. #> BNP : #> [1] "IMMIGRATION" ":" "AN" "UNPARALLELED" "CRISIS" #> [6] "WHICH" #> [ ... and 3,274 more ] #> #> Coalition : #> [1] "IMMIGRATION" "." "The" "Government" "believes" #> [6] "that" #> [ ... and 254 more ] #> #> Conservative : #> [1] "Attract" "the" "brightest" "and" "best" "to" #> [ ... and 493 more ] #> #> [ reached max_ndoc ... 6 more documents ]
dfmat <- dfm(toks) print(dfmat, max_ndoc = 3, max_nfeat = 10)
#> Document-feature matrix of: 9 documents, 1,660 features (81.77% sparse) and 0 docvars. #> features #> docs immigration : an unparalleled crisis which only the bnp can #> BNP 21 12 15 1 2 9 4 191 13 1 #> Coalition 6 0 1 0 0 0 0 13 0 0 #> Conservative 3 2 2 0 0 0 1 21 0 2 #> [ reached max_ndoc ... 6 more documents, reached max_nfeat ... 1,650 more features ]