NAMER - a language for data analysis and graphics
SYNOPSISR [options] [< infile] [> outfile]
R CMD command [arguments]
DESCRIPTIONStart R, a system for statistical computation and graphics, with the specified options, or invoke an R tool via the 'R CMD' interface.
R is a language which bears a passing resemblance to the S language developed at AT&T Bell Laboratories. It provides support for a variety of statistical and graphical analyses. R is a true computer language which contains a number of control-flow constructions for iteration and alternation. It allows users to add additional functionality by defining new functions.
On systems which have the GNU readline(3) library, R will maintain a command history, so that commands can be recalled, edited and re-executed.
Most options control what happens at the beginning and at the end of an R session, in particular which files are being read and written, and how much memory is reserved for the R process.
- -h, --help
- Print short help message and exit
- Print version info and exit
- Specify encoding to be used for stdin
- --encoding ENC
- Print path to R home directory and exit
- Do save workspace at the end of the session
- Don't save it
- Don't read the site and user environment files
- Don't read the site-wide Rprofile
- Don't read the user R profile
- Do restore previously saved objects at startup
- Don't restore previously saved objects
- Don't restore the R history file
- Don't restore anything
- Combine --no-save, --no-restore, --no-site-file, --no-init-file and --no-environ
- Don't use readline for command-line editing
- Set max size of protect stack to N
- Set min number of fixed size obj's ("cons cells") to N
- Set vector heap minimum to N bytes; '4M' = 4 MegaB
- -q, --quiet
- Don't print startup message
- Same as --quiet
- Make R run as quietly as possible
- Force an interactive session
- Print more information about progress
- -d, --debugger=NAME
- Run R through debugger NAME
- Pass ARGS as arguments to the debugger
- -g TYPE, --gui=TYPE
- Use TYPE as GUI; possible values are 'X11' (default) and 'Tk'.
- Specify a sub-architecture
- Skip the rest of the command line
- -f FILE, --file=FILE
- Take input from 'FILE'
- -e EXPR
- Execute 'EXPR' and exit
FILE may contain spaces but not shell metacharacters.
- Run R in batch mode
- Compile files for use with R
- Build shared library for dynamic loading
- Install add-on packages
- Remove add-on packages
- Build add-on packages
- Check add-on packages
- Front-end for creating executable programs
- Post-process R profiling files
- Convert Rd format to various other formats
- Convert Rd format to PDF
- Convert Rd format to pretty text
- Extract S/R code from Sweave documentation
- Process Sweave documentation
- Diff R output ignoring headers etc
- Obtain configuration information about R
- Update the Java configuration variables
- Create Emacs-style tag files from C, R, and Rd files
Please use 'R CMD command --help' to obtain further information about the usage of 'command'.
Options --arch, --no-environ, --no-init-file, --no-site-file and --vanilla can be placed between R and CMD, to apply to R processes run by 'command'
REPORTING BUGSReport bugs at <bugs.R-project.org>.
COPYRIGHTCopyright © 2017 The R Foundation for Statistical Computing Platform: x86_64-pc-linux-gnu (64-bit)
R is free software and comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY. You are welcome to redistribute it under the terms of the GNU General Public License versions 2 or 3. For more information about these matters see www.gnu.org/licenses
The full documentation for R is provided by a collection of Texinfo manuals and individual help for R objects which is also available on-line.
Start R and type ?topic at the R prompt to obtain on-line information for `topic'.
If the processed manuals have been installed they will be available as DVI and/or PDF files in the doc/manual subdirectory of the documentation directory tree (default `R RHOME`).
If the info program and the R manuals are installed on your system, typing info -f R-intro, info -f R-data, info -f R-exts, info -f R-FAQ, info -f R-lang and info -f R-ints should give you access to ``An Introduction to R'' (the basic manual), the ``R Data Import/Export'' Guide, the ``R Extension Writer's Guide'', the ``R FAQ'', the ``The R Language Definition'', and the ``R Internals''.