This function sets your credentials (email and password) to access
FlowRepository. These credentials will than be used to access private
datasets that you have access to (i.e., that are either yours or that
have been shared with you). The email must correspond to the email
that you are using to login to FlowRepository, and the password must
correspond to the password that is set for FlowRepository API access
in your FlowRepository profile. Click on your name when logged-in
to FlowRepository in your web browser in order to setup your API
This function can set your credetials based on credentials stored in a file (2 lines, email address in the first line, password in the second line), or you can provide email and/or password as arguments of this function, or the function will ask for credentials if called without arguments in an interactive mode.
The file with credentials. If specified, this argument will take precedence over the email and password arguments (so do not use it together with the email and password arguments). The file is expected to be a text file with 2 lines. The first line is expected to contain the email, the second line the password.
An email address as registered with FlowRepository. Use only if you are not providing a filename. If neither filename, nor email are provided, then the function will ask for email as long as it is executed in an interactive mode.
A password as registered for API access with FlowRepository. Use only if you are not providing a filename. If neither filename, nor password are provided, then the function will ask for a password as long as it is executed in an interactive mode.
The credentials are stored locally in an environment within the namespace
in the FlowRepositoryR library. Your credentials will be forgotten when
you quit your R session, or when you call the
The return value is not expected to be useful.
An empty string (an object of class
character with 0 characters).
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