[R] Several simple but hard tasks to do with R

Steve Jaffe sjaffe at riskspan.com
Thu Aug 20 17:19:34 CEST 2009

For history of both commands and output, consider running R inside emacs
using the ESS package and simply saving the buffer to a file.  If you save
the session as an "S transcript" file (extension .St) it is also easy to
reload and re-execute any part of it. Emacs or xemacs is available on most
platforms including Windows.

Rakknar wrote:
> "1. logs. help.search("history") and ?savehistory shows you that R does
> exactly what you want very easily (depending on the platform, which
> contrary
> to the posting guide's request, you did not tell us)."
> I've already find out about the "history" tool but it was not useful
> because it only register commands, not output from the commands. The
> commands are already stored in scripts (I use Tinn-R, I don't know if you
> would recommend me other) what I want to do it's to store de commands AND
> the outputs from each. I use the Windows version by the way.

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