[R] Batch
partha_bagchi@hgsi.com
partha_bagchi at hgsi.com
Tue Nov 23 13:53:30 CET 2004
You haven't given much detail to go on. So I have to make some assumptions
(feel free to correct me if I am wrong):
1. You already know how to plot something in R from the R command line.
2. You know how to save your plotting commands in a text file (say
fancyplots.R).
If these are true, then say you define
$r_file = "/path/to/fancyplots.R";
Let
$Rbin = "/usr/local/R/bin/R"; #I am assuming you are on *nix
Then this should work (untested - so use at your own risk!!)[modify to
your needs]:
open(R, "| $Rbin --no-save > temp.out");
print R "source(\"$r_file\")\n";
close R;
Obviously there may be other sophisticated ways to do this.
HTH,
Partha
"Claudia Paladini" <claudiapaladini at web.de>
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Dear ladies and gentlemen,
I want to automatise my data-analysis with R. What I exactally want to do,
is to start R - functions out of a perl-skript and do some batch
plotting.
But I have no idea how to realise this. Can anybody help me?
Thank you very much.
With kind regards
Claudia Paladini
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