Description Usage Arguments Details Value Author(s) Examples

View source: R/equation2function.R

`equation2function`

converts the right-hand side of an equation that can be written
as a single line (like the right-hand side of an object of class `formula`

) and
creates an R function which calls the variables within as arguments and returns values
consistent with the parameters of the input equation as written.

1 | ```
equation2function(equation, envir = parent.frame(), notName = "XXXXXXXXXXX")
``` |

`equation` |
The right-hand-side (RHS) of an equation, given as a character string.
If not of type character, |

`envir` |
The environment the resulting function will be evaluated in.
See |

`notName` |
A useless string used simply as a placeholder in turning |

This simple little function is rather 'hacky' but seems to get the job done, for a functionality that does not seem to be otherwise exist elsewhere in R.

A function, with named blank (i.e. no default value) arguments.

David W. Bapst

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 | ```
# some simple examples
foo<-equation2function("x+y")
foo
foo(x=4,y=0.1)
foo<-equation2function("x+2*sqrt(2*y+3)^2")
foo
foo(x=4,y=0.1)
# what about weird long argument names and spaces
foo<-equation2function("stegosaur + 0.4 * P")
foo
foo(stegosaur=5,P=0.3)
``` |

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