[R] gee: suppress printout
chuck at sharpsteen.net
Tue Oct 13 04:23:16 CEST 2009
joshua wells wrote:
> Unfortunately, i run thousands of these and the output gets extremely
> lengthy. Is there any way to suppress this printout in R?
> Thank you,
One function that comes to mind is sink() which allows you to redirect
output somewhere else, such as a file or /dev/null which on unix-like
systems is where unwanted data goes to die:
# Stuff you don't want to see.
# Stuff you do want to see.
If you happen to be using Windows, you may be able to achieve more or less
the same effect by sinking to a temporary file:
sink( tempfile() )
Another function that may be useful is capture.output()
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