[rkward-cvs] SF.net SVN: rkward:[4338] trunk/rkward/rkward/rbackend/rpackages/rkward/man /rk.get.label.Rd

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Mon Oct 1 09:25:52 UTC 2012

Revision: 4338
Author:   tfry
Date:     2012-10-01 09:25:52 +0000 (Mon, 01 Oct 2012)
Log Message:
Remove obsolete file (docs now in generated file rk.label.Rd)

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Deleted: trunk/rkward/rkward/rbackend/rpackages/rkward/man/rk.get.label.Rd
--- trunk/rkward/rkward/rbackend/rpackages/rkward/man/rk.get.label.Rd	2012-09-30 19:47:28 UTC (rev 4337)
+++ trunk/rkward/rkward/rbackend/rpackages/rkward/man/rk.get.label.Rd	2012-10-01 09:25:52 UTC (rev 4338)
@@ -1,66 +0,0 @@
-\title{Various label related utility functions}
-rk.set.label(x, label, envir = parent.frame())
-rk.list.labels (x, fill=FALSE)
-rk.get.description(..., paste.sep = NULL, is.substitute = FALSE)
-rk.list.names(..., deparse.level = 2)
-  \item{x}{any R object}
-  \item{label}{a string, to set the label attribute of an object}
-  \item{envir}{an environment, where the attribute is evaluated}
-  \item{fill}{a logical or character. See Details.}
-  \item{paste.sep}{a string, used as the \code{collapse} argument for paste}
-  \item{is.substitute}{a logical (not NA). See Details.}
- \code{rk.get.label} retrieves the rkward label (if any) of the given object.
- \code{rk.set.label} sets the rkward label for the given object.
- \code{rk.list.labels} retrieves the rkward labels for a list of objects. Most importantly, this can be used for extracting all column labels in a \code{data.frame}, conveniently. The parameter \code{fill} controls, what happens, when no rkward labels have been assigned. The default (\code{FALSE}) is to return empty strings for any missing labels. For \code{fill=TRUE}, missing labels will be filled with the short names of the object. You can also pass a character vector of default labels to use as the \code{fill} parameter.
- \code{rk.get.short.name} creates a short name for the given object.
- \code{rk.get.description} creates descriptive string(s) for each of the arguments in "\code{\dots}"; collapsing into a single string using \code{paste.sep} (if not NULL). If \code{is.substitute=TRUE}, the arguments will be deparsed, first, which can be useful when using \code{rk.get.description} inside a function.
- \code{rk.list.names} returns the names of the arguments passed as \code{...}; when using \code{rk.list.names} inside a function, it may be necessary to increase the \code{deparse.level} level.
- \code{rk.list} returns a list of its arguments, with \code{names} set as returned by \code{rk.get.description()}. This can be used as a drop-in replacement for \code{\link{list}}.
-  \code{rk.set.label} returns the result of the evaluation of "setting the label" while the others return a character vector.
-\author{Thomas Friedrichsmeier \email{rkward-devel at lists.sourceforge.net}}
-x <- data.frame(a=c(1:3), b=c(2:4))
-rk.set.label(x[["a"]], "First column")
-rk.get.short.name (x$a)                   # "x$a"
-rk.get.label (x$a)                        # "First column"
-rk.get.description (x$a)                  # "x$a (First column)"
-rk.list.labels (x)                        # "First column" ""
-rk.list.labels (x, TRUE)                  # "First column" "b"
-rk.list.names (x, x$a, x$b)               # "x" "x$a" "x$b"
-names (rk.list (x$a, x$b))                # "x$a (First column)" "x$b"

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