# Issue

Forgive my lack of R knowledge. I am running some statistics, however I have some problems with the number of decimals in the output. The table I use is simple, inlcuding 2 colums of 'text' and two 'numeric'. The table shows 5 digits (3 decimals). However when working with this table R studio only gives 1 decimal. Not only in my lsmeans results but already in my head(X).

I already tried the following (where X is data):

```
>format(X, digits=5)
>format(X, decimals=3)
>print(lsmeans,decimals=3)
>options(digits = 5)
```

However the columns N and Dm are still rounded to 1 decimal.

```
> N 92.4 92.4 93.7 .....
> Dm 44.8 51.2 49.0 ....
> lsmean 92.7 93.3 92.2
```

I would like to see the columns N and Dm with 3 decimals like (I see them at the table when used view(x)), and likewise the results of N of the lsmean.

**Example data:**

```
X <- structure(list(Diet = structure(c(1L, 1L, 1L, 1L, 1L, 1L),
.Label = c("1",
"2", "3", "4"),
class = c("ordered", "factor")),
Room = structure(c(1L,
1L, 1L, 1L, 1L, 2L),
.Label = c("1", "2"), class = c("ordered",
"factor")),
Ndigestibility = c(92.3961026914675, 91.3131265857907,
93.7094576131358, 93.1557358031795,
91.6853770290382, 93.2698082975574),
Dmdigestibility = c(44.7692224966736, 51.2173172537712,
49.0100980168149, 45.6289084300095,
45.9036710781654, 45.3144774487225)),
row.names = c(NA,
-6L), class = c("tbl_df", "tbl", "data.frame"))
X
# Diet Room Ndigestibility Dmdigestibility
# 1 1 1 92.39610 44.76922
# 2 1 1 91.31313 51.21732
# 3 1 1 93.70946 49.01010
# 4 1 1 93.15574 45.62891
# 5 1 1 91.68538 45.90367
# 6 1 2 93.26981 45.31448
```

# Solution

You can do

```
emm_options(opt.digits = FALSE)
```

This will disable the feature in the **emmeans** package (for which **lsmeans** is a front end) whereby results are displayed in reasonable precision relative to their standard errors.

Answered By - Russ Lenth Answer Checked By - David Goodson (PHPFixing Volunteer)

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