[R] efficiency and "forcing" questions

A.J. Rossini rossini at blindglobe.net
Wed Mar 28 19:44:01 CEST 2001

>>>>> "db" == david beede <david.beede at mail.doc.gov> writes:

    db> B.  I say "seems" because after running the program for an
    db> hour, I type ctl-G to quit.  The *R* session seemed to be
    db> terminated, with about 40 or so groups processed, so I opened
    db> up another R session to try to see what had happened.  After I
    db> quit the second session, suddenly the first session seemed to
    db> come back to life and spit out the printed output for the rest
    db> of the groups!  So I wonder if there is something I need to
    db> add to my program to "force" it to finish processing?  (I
    db> apologize for the inarticulate way I am posing this question!)

This delay "might" be due to problems with Emacs.  

(reason for cc'ing r-help) Is there anything comparable to "top" on
unix, for windows, so that you can track process status?


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