kandi X-RAY | RGuide Summary
kandi X-RAY | RGuide Summary
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Initializes the view
- Add a high light view
- Show high light
- Given two views return the position of the view
- Creates the activity
- Parses the content of the current view
- Add view to layout
- Show next view
- Initialize view
- Add view for tooltip
- Builds the layout params for a specific view
- Called when the activity is created
- Helper method to set the RecyclerView
- On touch events
- Initializes the Activity
- To bitmap
- Show high light view
- Measure the dimensions
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I'm working with formulas in a package, and I'd like to remove all non-numeric terms.
My problem is that, since the base formula may contain operations, I cannot evaluate some terms directly.
Here is a reprex:...
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Nov-11 at 14:30
One option is to use
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Oct-29 at 06:00
Have you tried select all in RStudio and then Ctrl-Shift-A to automatically reformat code?
It seems the community has coalesced around using
<- for assignment.
I'm curious about the design considerations that led the S/S-PLUS developers to put in the right arrow assign operator
->. In what setting(s) would using
-> be considered more readable (or easier to type) versus
I'm not familiar with any other language that allows the right-assignment semantics. What languages inspired R in this regard?
I'm looking for answers that cite books / early design documents / user manuals / archived mailing lists or other references to establish what the S author/designer's intent was in putting in the forward-arrow assignment operator....
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Jul-26 at 21:41
I think it is just a matter of personal preference.
-> predated magrittr pipes, one recent use case is that
-> can be used to keep the flow from left to right in such pipes:
I read the Google style guide for R. For "Assignment", they say:
Use <-, not =, for assignment.
x <- 5
x = 5
Can you tell me what the difference is between these two methods of assignment, and why one is to be preferred over the other?...
ANSWERAnswered 2017-Sep-03 at 19:23
I believe there are two reasons. One is that
= have slightly different meanings depending on context. For example, compare the behavior of the statements:
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