Name of file to be displayed. Data type: Matrix.

The width of field gives the size allocated for the width of each cell. The default value will display the number in each cell separated by a single space.

Defines the number of places of decimals to be displayed. The default will give the number of the original data up to a maximum of 2 places of decimals.

Enter blank to suppress zeros.

Scales up entries by multiplying them by the scale factor. Useful for seeing small numbers. Note the data is left unchanged.

Rows to be displayed are done so in the order specified by a row list. Each element of the list is separated by a comma or space. The keywords, TO, FIRST and LAST are permissible. Hence 3, 7 TO 9, FIRST 2 will display rows 3, 7, 8, 9, 1 and 2 in that order.

Columns to be displayed are done so in the order specified by a column list in the same way as the rows above.

To partition the rows of the displayed matrix into blocks, specify a blocking vector by giving the dataset name, a dimension and an integer value. For example, to use the second row of a dataset called ATTRIB, enter "ATTRIB ROW 2". The program will then read the second row of ATTRIB and use that information to sort the rows of the matrix. All rows with identical values on the criterion vector (i.e. the second row of attrib) will be placed in the same block of the matrix.

To partition the columns of the displayed matrix into blocks, specify a blocking vector by giving the dataset name, a dimension and an integer value. For example, to use the second row of a dataset called ATTRIB, enter "ATTRIB ROW 2". The program will then read the second row of ATTRIB and use that information to sort the columns of the matrix. All columns with identical values on the criterion vector (i.e. the second row of attrib) will be placed in the same block of the matrix.