Description Usage Arguments Details Examples

These functions convert possibly non-monadic inputs into monads.

1 2 3 4 5 6 | ```
as_monad(expr, desc = NULL, tag = NULL, doc = .default_doc(),
key = NULL, env = parent.frame(), lossy = FALSE)
funnel(..., env = parent.frame(), keep_history = TRUE)
combine(xs, keep_history = TRUE, desc = .default_code())
``` |

`expr` |
An expression |

`desc` |
A description of the monad (usually the producing code) |

`tag` |
Character vector specifying the tag to associate with a node |

`doc` |
A docstring to associate with the monad |

`key` |
16 byte raw vector |

`env` |
Evaluation environment |

`lossy` |
logical Should unnesting with record be done? |

`...` |
multiple expressions |

`keep_history` |
merge the histories of all monads |

`xs` |
A list of elements to join into a monad |

For each of these functions, failure of any part causes failure of the whole. Any non-monadic inputs will be converted to monads. Any exceptions raised in the inputs will be caught.

`as_monad`

evaluate a single expression into an Rmonad. If the value is
already an Rmonad, it will be nested.

`funnel`

evaluates multiple arguments into one Rmonad. It can be used
within pipelines to create multi-input nodes (works well with `%*>%`

).

`combine`

takes a list of Rmonads and joins the elements into one
Rmonad. The values of the original monadic containers joined into a list in
the child Rmonad. The list Rmonads are recorded as the new Rmonad's parents.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 | ```
as_monad(stop(1))
as_monad(1:10)
as_monad(5 %>>% sqrt)
## merge failing inputs
funnel( 1:10, stop(1), sqrt(-3:3) )
## join pipelines
b2 <- letters[1:10] %>>% sqrt
b3 <- -3:6 %>>% log
1:10 %>% funnel(b2,b3) %>>%
{data.frame(b1=.[[1]], b2=.[[2]], b3=.[[3]])}
z <- list(
x = rnorm(10) %>>% sqrt,
y = 1 %>>% colSums
)
combine(z)
``` |

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