[R] Removing Corrupt file
dwinsemius at comcast.net
Fri Dec 17 15:27:10 CET 2010
On Dec 17, 2010, at 2:24 AM, vikrant wrote:
> I am generating a graph jpeg file using a function R. I m using this
> a<- 1:10
> b <- 1:10
> If by some chance I do miss some values suppose for a , the file gets
> created initially and then we do not plot anything in it.
This is not making sense, see below.
> This file now
> becomes corrupted and we cannot delete this file from current R
> I Have tried commands like file.remove() and unlink to remove the
> file from current R session.
> Is there any other way inorder to remove such files??
There was a question earlier this week that may have provoked an
answer that applies:
?graohics.off # followed by file.remove()
But I am puzzled. I would not have expected missing values in vectors
offered to a plot command to have resulted in a corrupted file and I
am unable to reproduce the behavior when I insert missing values into
the "a" vector. This suggests you may have more fundamental problems
with your installation of R (about which you have not provided the
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David Winsemius, MD
West Hartford, CT
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