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TableAlignments

  • TableAlignments is an option for TableForm and MatrixForm which specifies how entries in each dimension should be aligned.
  • TableAlignments -> , , ... specifies alignments for successive dimensions.
  • For dimensions that are given as columns, possible alignments are Left, Center and Right. For dimensions that are given as rows, possible alignments are Bottom, Center and Top.
  • The default setting TableAlignments -> Automatic uses Left for column alignment, and Bottom for row alignment.
  • See the Mathematica book: Section 2.8.8.
  • See also: TableDirections, RowAlignments, ColumnAlignments.

    Further Examples

    See the Further Examples for TableForm.