The function encapsulating all the logics that allows AdhereR to be called
from any platform using the generic
A string containing the path to the
directory where all the exchanged (shared) data (both input and output) is.
In most cases this should not be done directly by the user,
but instead used by an appropriate
wrapper on the client platform.
It allows transparent use of
AdhereR from virtually any platform or
programming language for which an appropriate wrapper is provided.
For more details see the vignette describing the included reference
Python 3 wrapper.
This function displays any messages to the console, tries to also
write them to the
Adherer-results.txt file in the
shared.data.directory directory, and, when finished, forces
to quit with a given shell error code:
0 The processing ended without major errors;
1 General error (hopefully there are messages in the
10 The directory
shared.data.directory does not exit;
AdhereR does not have read access to the
AdhereR does not have write access to the
13 issues with the parameters file
14 issues with the data file
15 plotting issues;
16 interactive plotting issues;
17 issues exporting the results.
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