[R] R 2.13.1 console echo problem or am I wrong?
Thierry.ONKELINX at inbo.be
Wed Sep 14 17:03:16 CEST 2011
Have you tried adding print() statements? e.g. changing summary(x) to print(summary(x))
Posting a reproducible example would help us.
ir. Thierry Onkelinx
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> Onderwerp: [R] R 2.13.1 console echo problem or am I wrong?
> Dear Users,
> I was using 2.12.1 version for arules and arulesViz, but I encountered with a
> problem. I wrote a small function that can also plotting with arulesViz. The
> problem occures while plotting command is on, console does not print other
> commands' results. So I put off the plot command, but this time only the last
> command's result printed in the console and also <- operator did not put the
> result in the ls() output (all these commands run properly from console but I do
> not want to write everytime I need). First I thought that it was becaue of
> version, so uninstalled 2.12.1 and installed 2.13.1 but changed anything. The
> function code is below and I am using both Windows 7 and R in 64 Bit (32 Bit R
> did the same thing). I could not use R for a few years because of personal
> reasons, so I could not follow the changes if there are that I should.
> Thanks in advance for your replies.
> The Function:
> veri<-read.transactions("c:/RVerileri/BitirmeVeri.csv",sep=";",col=1) #After
> this, "veri" can not be seen in the ls() output
> itemFrequencyPlot(veri,type="absolute") #This works
> fine (if this command is deleted)
> summary(veri) #No output in
> console (No output in console)
> itemFrequency(veri,type="absolute") #No output in
> console (This works fine)
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