analysis.link

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Description

Build a URL to run an analysis on the server

Usage

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analysis.link(page, params = list(), app.base.url, width = 9, height = 7,
  device = "svg", include.plot.params = TRUE)

Arguments

page

Name of page

params

List of parameter values (as R objects—this function will encode them). Default: list() (no parameters).

app.base.url

Base URL for application. This is usually the prefix in which the app landing HTML page is found.

width

Width parameter for graphics devices. Normally this is in inches, although it depends on exactly how you set up your application. Default: 9. Ignored if include.plot.params = FALSE

height

Height parameter for graphics devices. Normally this is in inches, although it depends on exactly how you set up your application. Default: 7. Ignored if include.plot.params = FALSE

device

Device to use for plotting. Default: "svg". (This is going to be sent to the server, not run in the same process as this function. It would be ignored if the page was built with no.plot = TRUE.) Ignored if include.plot.params = FALSE

include.plot.params

Boolean, default TRUE. If TRUE then include the width, height, device and textarea_wrap parameters in the URL. in the URL. Otherwise omit them.

Details

Unlike analysis.page.link this is not a URL to open in the web browser, but rather the kind of URL used internally by the front end for its AJAX request to the server to perform an analysis, or retrieve the analyses as web services.

Value

URL

Author(s)

Brad Friedman

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