Pretty printing for draws_df objects.

# S3 method for draws_df
print(
  x,
  digits = 2,
  max_draws = getOption("posterior.max_draws", 10),
  max_variables = getOption("posterior.max_variables", 8),
  reserved = FALSE,
  ...
)

Arguments

x

(draws) A draws object or another R object for which the method is defined.

digits

(nonnegative integer) The minimum number of significant digits to print.

max_draws

(positive integer) The maximum number of draws to print. Can be controlled globally via the "posterior.max_draws" option.

max_variables

(positive integer) The maximum number of variables to print. Can be controlled globally via the "posterior.max_variables" option.

reserved

(logical) Should reserved variables be included in the output? Defaults to FALSE. See reserved_variables for an overview of currently reserved variable names.

...

Further arguments passed to the underlying print() methods.

Value

A draws object of the same class as x.

Examples

x <- as_draws_df(example_draws())
print(x)
#> # A draws_df: 100 iterations, 4 chains, and 10 variables
#>      mu tau theta[1] theta[2] theta[3] theta[4] theta[5] theta[6]
#> 1  2.01 2.8     3.96    0.271    -0.74      2.1    0.923      1.7
#> 2  1.46 7.0     0.12   -0.069     0.95      7.3   -0.062     11.3
#> 3  5.81 9.7    21.25   14.931     1.83      1.4    0.531      7.2
#> 4  6.85 4.8    14.70    8.586     2.67      4.4    4.758      8.1
#> 5  1.81 2.8     5.96    1.156     3.11      2.0    0.769      4.7
#> 6  3.84 4.1     5.76    9.909    -1.00      5.3    5.889     -1.7
#> 7  5.47 4.0     4.03    4.151    10.15      6.6    3.741     -2.2
#> 8  1.20 1.5    -0.28    1.846     0.47      4.3    1.467      3.3
#> 9  0.15 3.9     1.81    0.661     0.86      4.5   -1.025      1.1
#> 10 7.17 1.8     6.08    8.102     7.68      5.6    7.106      8.5
#> # ... with 390 more draws, and 2 more variables
#> # ... hidden reserved variables {'.chain', '.iteration', '.draw'}