import.graph.par: Imports Xpose graphics settings from a file to an Xpose data...

Description Usage Arguments Details Value Author(s) See Also Examples

View source: R/import.graph.par.R

Description

This function imports graphics settings for a specified Xpose data object from a file.

Usage

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import.graph.par(object, classic = FALSE)

Arguments

object

An xpose.data object.

classic

A logical operator specifying whether the function should assume the classic menu system. This is an internal option and need never be called from the command line.

Details

This function imports graphics settings (contents of [email protected]@Graph.prefs) for a given xpose.data object from a file, typically 'xpose.ini'. It is a wrapper for xpose.read. It returns an xpose.data object. Note that the file format is not the same as is used in import.variable.definitions and export.variable.definitions.

Value

An xpose.data object (classic = FALSE) or null (classic = TRUE).

Author(s)

Niclas Jonsson & Justin Wilkins

See Also

export.graph.par, xpose.prefs-class

Other data functions: add_transformed_columns, change_graphical_parameters, change_misc_parameters, compute.cwres, data.checkout, data_extract_or_assign, db.names, export.graph.par, export.variable.definitions, import.variable.definitions, make.sb.data, nsim, par_cov_summary, read.TTE.sim.data, read.nm.tables, read_NM_output, read_nm_table, simprazExample, tabulate.parameters, xlabel, xpose.data, xpose.print, xpose4-package, xsubset

Examples

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## Not run: 
## xpdb5 is an Xpose data object
## We expect to find the required NONMEM run and table files for run
## 5 in the current working directory
xpdb5 <- xpose.data(5)

## Import graphics preferences you saved earlier using export.graph.par
xpdb5 <- import.graph.par(xpdb5)

## Command-line driven
xpdb5 <- xpose.read(xpdb5, "c:/XposeSettings/mytheme.ini")

## End(Not run)

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