is a low-level box construct that represents a two-dimensional grid of boxes or strings in notebook expressions.
Details and Options
- GridBox is the low-level representation of Grid. Except for low-level notebook expression manipulation, GridBox should not need to be used directly.
- In a notebook, columns of a GridBox can be added using and rows using .
- or a menu item can be used to start building a GridBox.
- You can use tab to move from one entry in a GridBox to the next. moves out of the whole GridBox.
- In StandardForm and InputForm, GridBox[list] is interpreted as list.
- You can place parentheses around a GridBox to make it look more like a matrix, but these are by default ignored when the GridBox is interpreted.
- The following options can be given:
AllowedDimensions Automatic restrictions on number of rows or columns BaselinePosition Automatic the position of the baseline for the whole grid ColumnAlignments Center how to align columns ColumnLines False whether to draw lines between columns ColumnsEqual False whether to make all columns equal width ColumnSpacings 0.8 spacings between columns in ems ColumnWidths All actual widths of columns in ems GridDefaultElement \[Placeholder] what to insert when a new entry is created RowAlignments Baseline how to align rows RowLines False whether to draw lines between rows RowMinHeight 1.0 the minimum total row height in x heights RowsEqual False whether to make all rows equal total height RowSpacings 1.0 spacings between rows in x heights
- GridBox is a low‐level construct that works only for two-dimensional arrays; TableForm and MatrixForm are higher‐level constructs that can also be used for higher‐dimensional arrays.
- In StandardForm, explicit GridBox objects are output literally. You can use DisplayForm to see the display form of such objects.
Basic Examples (2)
A GridBox structure may be interpreted as a matrix:
Introduced in 1996
|Updated in 2007