[R] Save a function existing library
Douglas M. Hultstrand
dmhultst at metstat.com
Fri Oct 31 00:19:38 CET 2008
Thanks everyone, Jorge I used your suggestion and this works perfect.
Jorge Ivan Velez wrote:
> Dear Douglas,
> I'm not quite sure about that, but you could do something like:
> 1. Save for function in txt format
> 2. Use source() to load it into R
> As a toy example, suppose you have function called "myfunction" which
> is defined as:
> myfunction=funciton(x,y) x^y
> Now, suppose you save "myfunction" in a text file in
> "C:/temp/functions", with the same name ("myfunction.txt"). To load
> and use "myfunction" in R, you type:
> which result, of course, would be 8.
> Another option is to save your function in the file
> "..\etc\Rprofile.site" as Xiaoxu LI suggested before.
> On Thu, Oct 30, 2008 at 1:45 PM, Douglas M. Hultstrand
> <dmhultst at metstat.com <mailto:dmhultst at metstat.com>> wrote:
> Hello all,
> I am fairly new to R and I have created a function that I use quit
> frequently. I was wondering if there is away to save this
> function in an existing library so I can call it by using the
> function name once the library is loaded?
> Douglas M. Hultstrand, MS
> Senior Hydrometeorologist
> Metstat, Inc. Windsor, Colorado
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Douglas M. Hultstrand, MS
Metstat, Inc. Windsor, Colorado
email: dmhultst at metstat.com
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