Re: R-alpha: R-FAQ Memory Requirements ... -- kleiner Typo

Martin Maechler (maechler@stat.math.ethz.ch)
Thu, 6 Mar 97 11:12:07 +0100


Date: Thu, 6 Mar 97 11:12:07 +0100
Message-Id: <9703061012.AA01601@>
From: Martin Maechler <maechler@stat.math.ethz.ch>
To: Kurt.Hornik@ci.tuwien.ac.at
In-Reply-To: <199703060831.JAA11250@aragorn.ci.tuwien.ac.at> (message from
Subject: Re: R-alpha: R-FAQ  Memory Requirements ... -- kleiner Typo


Kleiner Typo, hier noch ein zusaetzlicher Vorschlag :

>>>>> "Kurt" == Kurt Hornik <hornik@ci.tuwien.ac.at> writes:

    Kurt> I've added the following to the FAQ: 6.  R Miscellania

    ........
    Kurt>   In these cases, you should restart R with more memory
    Kurt> available, using the command line options -v and -n.  To
richtig:					    -n     -v
						    ~~     ~~
    Kurt> understand these options, one needs to know that R maintains
    Kurt> separate areas for fixed and variable sized objects.  The first
    Kurt> of these is allocated as an array of SEXPRECs assembled in a list
einfacher zu lesen, wenn Du's nochmals wiederholst:

	The first
        of these (-n) is allocated as an array of SEXPRECs assembled in a list
		 ~~~~		 
    Kurt> using ``cons cells'' (ordered pairs each containing an element of
    Kurt> the list and a pointer to the next cell), and the second as an

          the list and a pointer to the next cell), and the second (-v) as an
								   ~~~~
    Kurt> array of VECRECs.  The -n option can be used to specify the
    Kurt> number of cons cells (each occupying 16 bytes) which R is to use
    Kurt> (the default is 200000), and the -v option to specify the size of
    Kurt> the vector heap in megabytes (the default is 2).  Only integers
    Kurt> are allowed for both options.

    Kurt>   E.g., to read in a table of 5000 observations on 40 numeric
    Kurt> variables, R -v 6 should do.

Sehr gut, der Abschnitt.
Wahrscheinlich für einige der R-testers absolut neu, und wirklich eine 
echte FAQ.

(bzg. S-mode: separate Antwort
	 -- in Kuerze: Ich will wirklich einen "gemeinsamen" Mode.

Ich möchte ein *R* und ein *S* Buffer haben können,
und von einer  foo.R Datei einmal Dinge ``nach R'' und dann
``nach S'' schicken können....

-- Martin
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