distrModOptions: Function to change the global variables of the package...

Description Usage Arguments Details Value distrModoptions Currently available options Author(s) See Also Examples

Description

With distrModOptions you can inspect and change the global variables of the package distrMod.

Usage

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Arguments

...

any options can be defined, using name = value or by passing a list of such tagged values.

x

a character string holding an option name.

Details

Invoking distrModoptions() with no arguments returns a list with the current values of the options. To access the value of a single option, one should use getdistrModOption("show.details"), e.g., rather than distrModoptions("show.details") which is a list of length one.

Value

distrModoptions() returns a list of the global options of distrMod.
distrModoptions("show.details") returns the global option show.details as a list of length 1.
distrModoptions("show.details" = "minimal") sets the value of the global option show.details to "minimal". getdistrModOption("show.details") the current value set for option show.details.

distrModoptions

For compatibility with spelling in package distr, distrModoptions is just a synonym to distrModoptions.

Currently available options

show.details

degree of detailedness for method show for objects of classes of the distrXXX family of packages. Possible values are

"maximal"

all information is shown

"minimal"

only the most important information is shown

"medium"

somewhere in the middle; see actual show-methods for details.

The default value is "maximal".

Author(s)

Matthias Kohl Matthias.Kohl@stamats.de,
Peter Ruckdeschel peter.ruckdeschel@uni-oldenburg.de

See Also

options, getOption, distroptions, getdistrOption

Examples

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distrModoptions()
distrModoptions("show.details")
distrModoptions("show.details" = "maximal")
distrModOptions("show.details" = "minimal")
# or
getdistrModOption("show.details")


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