Re: [R] Documentation General Comments

From: Gabor Grothendieck <ggrothendieck_at_gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 21 Apr 2008 20:00:07 -0400

You can find all methods for an S3 class by doing this:

methods(class = "recordedplot")

For S4 see ?showMethods

On Mon, Apr 21, 2008 at 5:56 PM, Beck, Kenneth (STP) <Kenneth.Beck_at_bsci.com> wrote:
> I realize the R developers are probably overwhelmed and have little time
> for this, but the documentation really needs some serious reorganizaton.
> A good through description of basic variable types would help a lot,
> e.g. the difference between lists, arrays, matrices and frames. And, it
> appears there is some object-orientation to R, but it is not complete. I
> can't, for instance find a "metafile" method for a "recordedplot" type,
> using either the variable direclty or the replayPlot() method. I am
> sorry to post this, but I am really having trouble sorting out certain
> methods in "R". The basic tutorial "Introduction to R" is so basic, it
> hardly helps at all, then digging through documentation is really an
> exercise in frustration. The SimpleR is also so basic it is of little
> help other than to just get started. I occasionally find answers in the
> mailing list. See my later post on recordPlot for a good example.
>
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