[R] About passing parameter to '.R' script file
Roger.Bivand at nhh.no
Fri Aug 27 13:22:10 CEST 2004
On Fri, 27 Aug 2004, Kishore, Tapake wrote:
> I am trying the 'R' application for generating the data for the uploaded
> '.gpr' file. I have written script file named 'test.R'. Currently i have
> hardcoded the path of uploaded '.gpr' file in the script itself.
Typically, you can write a batch file that sets environment variables, and
then calls R with your script file, accessing the environment variables
from your R script using Sys.getenv(). This means that the values are not
hard-coded in your script - just the environment variable names - and that
the values inserted into the environment variables in your batch file are
accessible within the script as values using the function mentioned.
> I would like to know how to pass a command line parameter to the
> 'test.R' script file, so that i dont have to hardcode the path and
> filename of the '.gpr' files. Also, need to access these parameters
> inside the script file to use the path of the uploaded file. I am using
> below command to invoke the 'R' application by using the 'test.R' script
> c:\\R\\rw1091\\bin\\R.exe CMD BATCH c:\\R\\rw1091\\bin\\test.R
> Expecting your suggestion on this.
> Thanks in advance.
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