Re: [R] user input

From: Andreas Borg <andreas.borg_at_unimedizin-mainz.de>
Date: Wed, 20 Apr 2011 11:51:54 +0200

Hi Ivan,

there are also data.entry() and edit(), which are more tailored to data frames and might look awkward for entering a single value. You could also take a look at CRAN, maybe there is a GUI package that does what you want.

Andreas

Ivan Calandra schrieb:
> Dear users,
>
> I have looked on different sources and found different functions to
> prompt the user to provide input. However, I couldn't find one that
> does exactly what I'm looking for.
>
> select.list() and menu() are nice because a graphic window appears to
> prompt the user. However, the user can only choose from a predefined
> list of choices. readline() and scan() are more free in the input but
> prompt the user in the console.
>
> Examples:
> a <- select.list(choices=c("0.0","0.1","0.2"), title="select number")
> a ## I cannot choose "0.15"
> [1] "0.1"
>
> b <- readline(prompt="select number ")
> select number 0.2 ## in the console, not really visible
> b
> [1] "0.2"
>
>
> I would like both "free" input and a pop-up window. Is there a
> function for this?
>
> Thanks in advance,
> Ivan
>

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