withOptions

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Alternative option mechanism

options is a slight rework on options that gives a S3 class options to the result. This allows the definition of a with method for the options. This is useful to execute a block of code with a set of options.

Keywords
programming
Usage
"with"(data, expr, ...) options(...)
Arguments
...
Options to use. See options for details.
data
Options to use. This is typically a call to the options function
expr
Code to execute.
Details

The result of the expression that is evaulated is modified in order to keep the option context it is associated with. The class of the object created by the expression is expanded to include the withOptions class and the withOptions attribute that keeps the context in which the object has been created. This mechanism has been implemented specially for the automatic printing of objects that happens outside the call to the with.options function and not reflect the options requested by the user when the object is printed.

Value

For the function with.options, the result of the expression given in expr is returned. See details below.

See Also

The original options function in the base package.

Aliases
  • options
  • with.options
Examples
	
	# part of ?glm
	counts <- c(18,17,15,20,10,20,25,13,12)
  outcome <- gl(3,1,9)
  treatment <- gl(3,3)
  print(d.AD <- data.frame(treatment, outcome, counts))
  glm.D93 <- glm(counts ~ outcome + treatment, family=poisson())
	
	summary( glm.D93 )
	
	with( options(show.signif.stars = FALSE,show.coef.Pvalues=FALSE), 
		summary( glm.D93) )
	
	a <- try( 
	  with( options( warn = 2) , warning( "more than a warning" ) ), 
		silent = TRUE )
  class( a )
Documentation reproduced from package operators, version 0.1-8, License: MIT + file LICENSE

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