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Rcmdr SciViews-specific Functions

These functions provide compatibility with SciViews (http://www.sciviews.org). Thanks to them, Rcmdr is totally integrated into SciViews Insider. In this environment, the main 'R Commander' window is replaced by an 'R Commander menu' and log files are replaced by special R code editing windows with syntax highlighting. Most of these functions are not intended for direct use.

Keywords
misc
Usage
is.SciViews()
is.SciViews.TclTk()
svlogger(command)
optionLogCommand()
optionAttachDataSet()
optionSortVariables()
refreshStatus()
Arguments
command
a character string that evaluates to an R command.
Details

The functions is.SciViews tests if R is running under SciViews. If not, most of the other SciViews-specific functions do nothing. is.SciViews.TclTk test if the SciViews client communicates with R through Tcl/Tk (otherwise, it probably uses SciViews plugs). The function svlogger is similar to logger, but it records Rcmdr commands in the specific SciViews R script window and in the SciViews command history, instead of the log window and the default R command history. optionLogCommand, optionAttachDataSet and {optionSortVariables} allow to change the command logging, automatic attachment of the active data set and sorting of variable names (equivalent options than those accessible by check boxes in the 'R Commander' window of Rcmdr outside of SciViews, or in the Options dialog box). In SciViews insider, the state of these options, as well as the names of the active data set and model are displayed in the status bar. refreshStatus make sure that this information in the status bar is updated according to the current internal state of Rcmdr.

Aliases
  • Rcmdr.sciviews-specific
  • is.SciViews
  • is.SciViews.TclTk
  • tkfocus
  • svCommander
  • svlogger
  • activeDataSetEdit
  • activeDataSetView
  • optionLogCommand
  • optionAttachDataSet
  • optionSortVariables
  • refreshStatus
Documentation reproduced from package Rcmdr, version 1.2-4, License: GPL version 2 or newer

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