[R] Passing parameters in a user defined function to another function using ...
Lopez, Dan
lopez235 at llnl.gov
Tue Nov 19 03:47:42 CET 2013
Thanks Ben.
I feel really dumb. I did enter '...' in my sample function in another version of this function. But I just realized I had only done it for the second occurrence of the sample function and not the first.
Dan
-----Original Message-----
From: Ben Tupper [mailto:btupper at bigelow.org]
Sent: Monday, November 18, 2013 6:00 PM
To: Lopez, Dan
Cc: R help (r-help at r-project.org)
Subject: Re: [R] Passing parameters in a user defined function to another function using ...
Hi,
It's easy, just carry the arguments in '...' forward to where you expect to pass them along.
mynumbs<-function(x,y,z=5,...){
numbs<-sort(sample(y,z, ...))
for (i in 1:(x-1))
numbs<-rbind(numbs,sort(sample(y,z, ...)))
print(numbs)
}
Cheers,
Ben
On Nov 18, 2013, at 8:52 PM, "Lopez, Dan" <lopez235 at llnl.gov> wrote:
> Hi R Experts,
>
> How do you get the ... to work in a user-defined function such as the one I have below?
> For example if I want to pass replace=TRUE to the sample function.
>
> # This is a sample function that generates x rows of z numbers out of y. Basically a lottery style data set.
>
> mynumbs<-function(x,y,z=5,...){
> #x should be a scalar indicating number of rows #y & z are passed to
> sample function #in the future will add option to output as
> data.frame instead of matrix
>
> numbs<-sort(sample(y,z))
> for (i in 1:(x-1))
> numbs<-rbind(numbs,sort(sample(y,z)))
> print(numbs)
> }
>
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