R-beta: purpose of n in identify() function?

Thomas Lumley thomas at biostat.washington.edu
Fri Jun 20 22:09:03 CEST 1997

On Fri, 20 Jun 1997, Richard Lammers wrote:
> I clicked on two points and identify() returned both of them (2 and 3). 
> The manual says n is the maximum number of points to be identified.
> If I specify n=1, should identify() return a single value?

According to the documentation, yes.  On the other hand, if you look at
the code you find that it doesn't actually have a n= argument. The
documentation is wrong.

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