Description of the R functions associated to PKanalix preferences and project settings

getPreferences Get a summary of the project preferences.
getProjectSettings Get a summary of the project settings.
setPreferences Set the value of one or several of the project preferences.
setProjectSettings Set the value of one or several of the settings of the project.

Get project preferences

Description

Get a summary of the project preferences. Preferences are:

“relativePath” (bool) Use relative path for save/load operations.
“threads” (int >0) Number of threads.
“timeStamping” (bool)) Create an archive containing result files after each run.
“dpi” (bool)) Apply high density pixel correction.
“imageFormat” (string)) Image format used to save pkanalix graphics.
“delimiter” (string)) Character use as delimiter in exported result files.
“exportCharts” (bool)) Should graphics images be exported.
“exportChartsData” (bool)) Should graphics data be exported.

Usage

getPreferences(...)

Arguments


[optional] (string) Name of the preference whose value should be displayed. If no argument is provided, all the preferences are returned.

Value

An array which associates each preference name to its current value.

See Also

setGeneralSettings

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## Not run:

getPreferences() # retrieve a list of all the general settings

getPreferences(“imageFormat”,”exportCharts”) # retrieve a list containing only the value of the preferences whose name has been passed in argument

## End(Not run)


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Get project settings

Description

Get a summary of the project settings. Associated settings are:

“directory” (string) Path to the folder where simulation results will be saved. It should be a writable directory.
“dataAndModelNextToProject” (bool)/td> Should data and model files be saved next to project.
“grid” (int)/td> Number of points for the continuous simulation grid.

Usage

getProjectSettings(...)

Arguments


[optional] (string) Name of the settings whose value should be displayed. If no argument is provided, all the settings are returned.

Value

An array which associates each setting name to its current value.

See Also

getProjectSettings

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## Not run:

getProjectSettings() # retrieve a list of all the project settings

getProjectSettings(“directory”, “seed”) # retrieve a list containing only the value of the settings whose name has been passed in argument

## End(Not run)


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Set preferences

Description

Set the value of one or several of the project preferences. Preferences are:

“relativePath” (bool) Use relative path for save/load operations.
“threads” (int >0) Number of threads.
“timeStamping” (bool) Create an archive containing result files after each run.
“dpi” (bool) Apply high density pixel correction.
“imageFormat” (string) Image format used to save pkanalix graphics.
“delimiter” (string) Character use as delimiter in exported result files.
“exportCharts” (bool) Should graphics images be exported.
“exportChartsData” (bool) Should graphics data be exported.

Usage

setPreferences(...)

Arguments


A collection of comma-separated pairs {preferenceName = settingValue}.

See Also

getPreferences

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## Not run:

setPreferences(exportCharts = FALSE, delimiter = “,”)

## End(Not run)


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Set project settings

Description

Set the value of one or several of the settings of the project. Associated settings are:

“directory” (string) Path to the folder where simulation results will be saved. It should be a writable directory.
“dataAndModelNextToProject” (bool) Should data and model files be saved next to project.
“grid” (int) Number of points for the continuous simulation grid.

Usage

setProjectSettings(...)

Arguments


A collection of comma-separated pairs {settingName = settingValue}.

See Also

getProjectSettings

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## Not run:

setProjectSettings(directory = “/path/to/export/directory”)

## End(Not run)


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