rgl.attrib.info

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Get information about attributes of objects

These functions give information about the attributes of rgl objects. rgl.attrib.info is the more “user-friendly” function; rgl.attrib.count is a lower-level function more likely to be used in programming.

Usage
rgl.attrib.info(id = rgl.ids("all", 0)$id, attribs = NULL, showAll = FALSE)
rgl.attrib.count(id, attrib)
Arguments
id

One or more rgl object ids.

attribs

A character vector of one or more attribute names.

showAll

Should attributes with zero entries be shown?

attrib

A single attribute name.

Details

See the first example below to get the full list of attribute names.

Value

A dataframe containing the following columns:

id

The id of the object.

attrib

The full name of the attribute.

nrow, ncol

The size of matrix that would be returned by rgl.attrib for this attribute.

See Also

rgl.attrib to obtain the attribute values.

Aliases
  • rgl.attrib.info
  • rgl.attrib.count
Examples
# NOT RUN {
open3d()
id <- points3d(rnorm(100), rnorm(100), rnorm(100), col = "green")
rgl.attrib.info(id, showAll = TRUE)
rgl.attrib.count(id, "vertices")

merge(rgl.attrib.info(), rgl.ids("all"))
# }
Documentation reproduced from package rgl, version 0.100.50, License: GPL

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