[R] What to do when problems() returns nothing

Ben Tupper btupper @end|ng |rom b|ge|ow@org
Thu Nov 4 14:24:40 CET 2021


The help for problems() shows that the expected argument has a default
value of .Last.value.  If you don't provide the input argument, it just
uses the last thing your R session evaluated.  That's great if you run
problems() right after your issues arises.  But you have inserted
stop_for_problems() before you get a chance to run problems().  So, in your
case, if you want to inspect the problems associated with x, you
should provide x explicitly ala problems(x).


On Wed, Nov 3, 2021 at 3:30 PM Rich Shepard <rshepard using appl-ecosys.com>

> On Wed, 3 Nov 2021, Bert Gunter wrote:
> > More to the point, the tidyverse galaxy tries to largely replace R's
> > standard functionality and has its own help forum. So I think you should
> > post there, rather than here, for questions about it:
> > https://www.tidyverse.org/help/
> Bert,
> Thank you very much. I am tying to learn tidyverse and had no idea it had
> it's own help.
> I will post tidyverse questions there.
> Regards,
> Rich
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Ben Tupper (he/him)
Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Science
East Boothbay, Maine

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