[R] Sweave for "big" data analysis

Uwe Ligges ligges at statistik.tu-dortmund.de
Fri Dec 31 22:42:01 CET 2010

Google for "cache" and "Sweave" and you will find more than one package 
that extend Sweave and provide kinds of caching, i.e. roughly what you 
have in mind anyway.

Uwe Ligges

On 31.12.2010 21:35, Lars Bishop wrote:
> Hi,
> Maybe I'm missing the point here...but let's suppose you are working with
> "large" data sets and using functions that take a significant amount of time
> to run in R. I woulnd't like to run these functions every time I call
> Sweave("myfile.Rnw") within R. What is the "common" practice to use Sweave
> in these situations. I would just run the function once, save the results
> and only load them each time I run Sweave on the .Rnw file. Makes sense?
> Sorry, the question seems silly, but I'd appreciate your thoughts.
> Thanks,
> Lars.
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