[R] Script Run Output Capturing
bgunter@4567 @end|ng |rom gm@||@com
Thu Dec 23 16:54:42 CET 2021
?sink explicitly says:
"sink diverts R output to a connection (and stops such diversions)"
Is this not exactly what you requested? If not, why not? Have you
tried it to see?
On Thu, Dec 23, 2021 at 5:28 AM Stephen H. Dawson, DSL via R-help
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> Nice! Thanks for the reply.
> I will research over the next few days.
> How about the sink() and capture.output() functions? Have you ever used
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> On 12/23/21 6:44 AM, Rasmus Liland wrote:
> > Dear Stephen,
> > Maybe running R in batch mode is what
> > you're after? E.g. running
> > R CMD BATCH ./process/script-name.r
> > creates ./process/script-name.Rout (or
> > ./process/script-name.rout ?) with
> > output of R commands and inline output,
> > I think stderr (maybe others? Not only
> > stdout like tee ...
> > https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Standard_streams )
> > Note, the batch output is overwritten,
> > as opposed to being appended to (the tee
> > -a flag) the next time you run that line
> > again ...
> > Best,
> > Rasmus
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