# progressreport

From spatstat v1.41-1
by Adrian Baddeley

##### Print Progress Reports

Prints Progress Reports during a loop or iterative calculation.

- Keywords

##### Usage

```
progressreport(i, n,
every = min(100,max(1, ceiling(n/100))),
nperline = min(charsperline,
every * ceiling(charsperline/(every + 3))),
charsperline = 60,
style=spatstat.options("progress"))
```

##### Arguments

- i
- Integer. The current iteration number (from 1 to
`n`

). - n
- Integer. The (maximum) number of iterations to be computed.
- every
- Optional integer. The number of iterations between successive reports.
- nperline
- Optional integer. The maximum number of reports to be printed per line of output.
- charsperline
- Optional integer. The number of characters in a line of output.
- style
- Character string determining the style of display. See Details.

##### Details

This is a convenient function for reporting progress during an iterative sequence of calculations or a suite of simulations.

If `style="txtbar"`

then `txtProgressBar`

is
used to represent progress as a bar made of text characters in the
Rinterpreter window.

If `style="tty"`

, then progress reports are printed using
`cat`

. This only seems to work well under Linux.

##### Value

- Null.

##### Examples

`for(i in 1:40) progressreport(i, 40)`

*Documentation reproduced from package spatstat, version 1.41-1, License: GPL (>= 2)*

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