Summarise Output of R Sampling Profiler
Summarise the output of the
Rprof function to show the
amount of time used by different R functions.
summaryRprof(filename = "Rprof.out", chunksize = 5000, memory = c("none", "both", "tseries", "stats"), lines = c("hide", "show", "both"), index = 2, diff = TRUE, exclude = NULL, basenames = 1)
- Name of a file produced by
- Number of lines to read at a time.
- Summaries for memory information. See Memory profiling below.
- Summaries for line information. See Line profiling below.
- How to summarize the stack trace for memory information. See Details below.
TRUEmemory summaries use change in memory rather than current memory.
- Functions to exclude when summarizing the stack trace for memory summaries.
- Number of components of the path to filenames to display.
This function provides the analysis code for
R CMD Rprof.
As the profiling output file could be larger than available memory, it
is read in blocks of
chunksize lines. Increasing
will make the function run faster if sufficient memory is available.
- A data frame of timings sorted by self time.
- A data frame of timings sorted by total time.
- The sampling interval.
- Total time of profiling run. The first two components have columns self.time, self.pct, total.time and total.pct, the times in seconds and percentages of the total time spent executing code in that function and code in that function or called from that function, respectively.If
- A data frame of timings sorted by source location. If
memory = "none"and
lines = "hide", a list with components
lines = "show", an additional component is added to the list:
memory = "both"the same list but with memory consumption in Mb in addition to the timings.If
memory = "tseries"a data frame giving memory statistics over time.If
memory = "stats"a
byobject giving memory statistics by function.Prior to R 2.15.3 an error was thrown if no events were recorded: now zero-row data frames are returned.
Options other than
memory = "none" apply only to files produced
Rprof(memory.profiling = TRUE). When called with
memory.profiling = TRUE, the profiler writes
information on three aspects of memory use: vector memory in small
blocks on the R heap, vector memory in large blocks (from
malloc), memory in nodes on the R heap. It also records the number of
calls to the internal function
duplicate in the time
duplicate is called by C code when arguments need to be
copied. Note that the profiler does not track which function actually
allocated the memory. With
memory = "both" the change in total memory (truncated at zero)
is reported in addition to timing data. With
memory = "tseries" or
memory = "stats" the
argument specifies how to summarize the stack trace. A positive number
specifies that many calls from the bottom of the stack; a negative
number specifies the number of calls from the top of the stack. With
memory = "tseries" the index is used to construct labels and may be
a vector to give multiple sets of labels. With
memory = "stats" the
index must be a single number and specifies how to aggregate the data to
the maximum and average of the memory statistics. With both
memory = "tseries" and
memory = "stats" the argument
diff = TRUE asks for summaries of the increase in memory use over
the sampling interval and
diff = FALSE asks for the memory use at
the end of the interval.
If the code being run has source reference information retained (via
keep.source = TRUE in
KeepSource = TRUE in a package DESCRIPTION file or
some other way), then information about the origin of lines is
recorded during profiling. By default this is not displayed, but
lines parameter can enable the display. If
lines = "show", line locations will be used in preference
to the usual function name information, and the results
will be displayed ordered by location in addition to the other orderings. If
lines = "both", line locations will be mixed with function
names in a combined display.
The chapter on Tidying and profiling R code in Writing R Extensions (see the doc/manual subdirectory of the R source tree).
tracemem traces copying of an object via the C function
Rprofmem is a non-sampling memory-use profiler.
## Not run: # ## Rprof() is not available on all platforms # Rprof(tmp <- tempfile()) # example(glm) # Rprof() # summaryRprof(tmp) # unlink(tmp) # ## End(Not run)