[R] Help on programming
Scot W McNary
smcnary at charm.net
Wed Nov 7 18:52:02 CET 2001
and if you add "echo=TRUE" and "verbose=TRUE" to the source statement you
get back a log of what commands you sent and diagnostics:
source("~/somedirectory/somefilewithcode.R", echo=TRUE, verbose=TRUE)
gives yet more information.
Scot W. McNary email:smcnary at charm.net
On Wed, 7 Nov 2001, Bill Simpson wrote:
> On Wed, 7 Nov 2001, Bob Banks wrote:
> > I am a new user of R and would like a bit of advice.
> > I wish to write a short program in R that I can call up when I want to run
> > it. How do I go about storing and recalling the particular code that I
> > write?
> There are different ways to do it.
> I usually write the code in a text file using some text editor. Then I do
> source("~/papers/file.r"). Then the functions in that file are available
> for use.
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