[R] Function to save results

Priya Arasu galaxie2485 at yahoo.co.in
Wed Nov 1 15:10:58 CET 2017

Hi Eric,I tried as you suggested but I could not find the output in the text file I created (attr.txt)

net <- loadNetwork("C://Users//Priya//Desktop//Attractor analysis_all genes//synaptogenesis//regulationof_dopamine_signaling_submodule3.txt")sink("C://Users//Priya//Desktop//Attractor analysis_all genes//synaptogenesis//attr.txt")


attr <- getAttractors(net, type="asynchronous")

    On Wednesday, 1 November 2017 6:54 PM, Eric Berger <ericjberger at gmail.com> wrote:

 Some comments:1. sink() does not return a value. There is on point to set attr <- sink(...). Just give the command sink("C://....etc")2. to complete the saving to the file you must give a second sink command with no argument:  sink()So your code would be (pseudo-code, not actual code)
sink( "filename" )do something that prints output which will be captured by sinksink()

On Wed, Nov 1, 2017 at 1:32 PM, Priya Arasu via R-help <r-help at r-project.org> wrote:

Hi,I want the results to be saved automatically in a output text file after the script has finished running.

I used the sink function in the following example, but the results file (output.txt) was empty.

net <- loadNetwork("C://Users//Priya/ /Desktop//Attractor analysis_all genes//synaptogenesis// regulationof_dopamine_ signaling_submodule3.txt")# First I loaded theinput file for which I want to identify attractors
attr <- sink("C://Users//Priya// Desktop//Attractor analysis_all genes//synaptogenesis//output. txt")# used the sink function to save the results from attr function

attr <- getAttractors(net, type="asynchronous")# then ran the script for identifying attractors
Is there any function to save the results before setting the script to run, so that results are automatically saved in a text file after the script has finished running?

Thank youPriya

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