nf is provided to format numbers according to specific criteria set as parameters in the
:nf category (see Parameters). There is precise control over the number of digits printed, how grids are printed, etc. To show all parameters available, evaluate
(parameter-help :nf); to get information about each one,
(parameter-help :nf name
|list of strings||Names of vector components to use when |
|Character to place between date and time in ISO8601 datime output.
If nil, use a space, if T, use #\T.
|boolean||Whether to format angles in degrees and angular rates in Hertz.
|The number of digits to the right of the decimal floating point numbers when :significant-figures is |
|If not |
|character||What to put between horizontally separated elements for plain style.
|boolean||If true, a timepoint specified day-only will show the time part as well.
|The minimum space allowed for the whole-number part of numbers
when :significant-figures is |
|boolean||Don't print units if true.
|boolean||Whether leading `+' is printed.
|The number of significant figures formatted for numbers.
|Style of format: plain (standard or shortened) or LaTeX.
|boolean||Align columns of numbers on decimal point in LaTeX.
|string||Character to put between vertically separated matrix rows for LaTeX.
|How to format time intervals: with unit for time (|
|symbol, list||Convert timepoints to a linear scale if specified as a list of epoch time and unit. For example |
|Vectors are formatted as rows, columns or as linear combination of coordinate unit vectors.
|character||Character to put between vertically separated elements for plain.
Returns two values: the string and prints-as-zero.