tracker: Tracking the results of the inspect process.

Description Usage Details Methods Author(s) See Also Examples

View source: R/inspector.r

Description

The current implementation uses the 'closure trick' to hide all details from the user and only allows to retrieve the results of the code inspection. tracker is used to create a new environment to manage and store the results of the tracking process. The inspect function requires such an environment with the name "track" (currently mandatory). The tracker records how often each and every function was called by inspect and summarizes the results of all calls. tracker$init initializes the tracker environment. tracker$getTrackInfo returns a list with the tracked results of the inspection process.

Usage

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Details

The 'trackInfo' S3 class object (list) has one entry for each function on the inspect list with the following elements:

src

The source code of the function.

run

The number of executions for each line of code.

graph

A matrix. Each element in the matrix counts how often a code line was called from the previous code line in the execution flow.

nrRuns

Counts how often the function was called.

funcCall

The declaration of the function.

Methods

init initializes the tracker environment
addFunc add function to the inspect tracking list (internal use)
getSource return the modified source code used for during inspection the specified index (internal use)
bp update tracking info for specified function index (internal use)
getTrackInfo return 'trackInfo' object
isValid check 'trackInfo' object for conformance to class contract

Author(s)

Thomas König, Klaus Jünemann & Matthias Burger

See Also

inspect for the registration of functions \& methods to be on the tracking list, and printHTML.trackInfo for displaying results

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## example functions
foo <- function(x){
   y <- 0
   for(i in 1:100)
   {
      y <- y + i
   }
   return(y)
}

bar <- function(x){
   y <- 0
   for(i in 1:100)
   {
      y <- y - i
   }
   return(y)
}



##  the object name track is 'fixed' (current implementation)
track <- tracker()

##  initialize the tracker
track$init()

##  inspect the function
##  resFoo1 will contain the result of calling foo(50)
resFoo1 <- inspect(foo(50), track = track)

resFoo2 <- inspect(foo(20), track = track)

resBar1 <- inspect(bar(30), track = track)

##  get the tracked function call info for all inspect calls
resTrack <- track$getTrackInfo()

##  create HTML sites in folder ./results for all inspect calls
printHTML.trackInfo(resTrack)

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