The [[ and $ operators provide "shortcuts" for accessing objects in the simulation environment. I.e., instead of using envir(sim)$object or envir(sim)[["object"]], one can simply use sim$object or sim[["object"]].

objs(sim, ...)

# S4 method for simList
objs(sim, ...)

objs(sim) <- value

# S4 method for simList
objs(sim) <- value

# S4 method for simList,ANY,ANY
[[(x, i, j, ..., drop)

# S4 method for simList,ANY,ANY,ANY
[[(x, i) <- value

# S4 method for simList
$(x, name)

# S4 method for simList
$(x, name) <- value

Arguments

sim

A simList object from which to extract element(s) or in which to replace element(s).

value

Any R object.

x

A simList object from which to extract element(s) or in which to replace element(s).

i, j, ...

Indices specifying elements to extract or replace.

drop

not implemented.

name

A literal character string or a name.

Value

Returns or sets a list of objects in the simList environment.

Details

objs can take ... arguments passed to ls, allowing, e.g. all.names=TRUE objs<- requires takes a named list of values to be assigned in the simulation environment.

See also

SpaDES.core-package, specifically the section 1.2.1 on Simulation Parameters.

Other functions to access elements of a simList object: .addDepends, doEvent.checkpoint, envir, events, globals, inputs, ls.simList, ls.str.simList, modules, packages, params, paths, progressInterval, times