Max All Rows or Columns

Determines the maximum cell value for each row or column of the specified Table.

Usage notes

If Return Column is 1, the function returns a table with one column. The nth cell of the returned column contains the maximum of the numerical cells in the nth row of the table specified by the argument Table. (If there are no numerical cells in the row, the returned cell contains 0.)

If Return Column is 0, the function returns a table with one row. The nth cell of the returned row contains the maximum of the numerical cells in the nth column of the table specified by the argument Table. (If there are no numerical cells in the column, the returned cell contains N/A, by defaultâ€”but see the argument Result Label Column, below.) The nth column of the returned one-row table is labeled with the label of the nth column of the table specified by the argument Table.

Arguments

This function has the following arguments:

Table: Table for which row or column maximums are to be determined.

Return Column: Numeric value that controls whether to return a column or a row of result values. To get a column of result values, one value for each row, set Return Column to 1. To get a row of result values, one value for each column, set Return Column to 0.

Result Label: Text string that specifies a label for the result row or column. If not specified, the label text is Maximum. If Return Column is 0, the label appears only if Result Label Column is set to a column of Table that has no numeric values. If Return Column is 1, the label text always appears and Result Label Column is ignored.

Result Label Column: Text string that specifies the column in which Result Label appears, if Return Column is 0. The specified column must have no numeric values in order for the label to appear. If Return Column is 1, this argument is ignored.

This function returns a table.