The progress bar can be set in two ways in SpaDES. First, by setting values in the .progress list element in the params list element passed to simInit. Second, at the spades call itself, which can be simpler. See examples.

progressInterval(sim)

# S4 method for simList
progressInterval(sim)

progressInterval(sim) <- value

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

progressType(sim)

# S4 method for simList
progressType(sim)

progressType(sim) <- value

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

Arguments

sim

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

value

The parameter value to be set (in the corresponding module and param).

Details

Progress Bar: Progress type can be one of "text", "graphical", or "shiny". Progress interval can be a numeric. These both can get set by passing a .progress = list(type = "graphical", interval = 1) into the simInit call. See examples.

See also

Other functions to access elements of a 'simList' object: .addDepends(), doEvent.checkpoint(), envir(), events(), globals(), inputs(), modules(), objs(), packages(), params(), paths(), times()

Examples

if (FALSE) { mySim <- simInit( times = list(start=0.0, end=100.0), params = list(.globals = list(stackName = "landscape"), .progress = list(type = "text", interval = 10), checkpoint = list(interval = 10, file = "chkpnt.RData")), modules = list("randomLandscapes"), paths = list(modulePath = system.file("sampleModules", package = "SpaDES.core"))) # progress bar progressType(mySim) # "text" progressInterval(mySim) # 10 # parameters params(mySim) # returns all parameters in all modules # including .global, .progress, checkpoint globals(mySim) # returns only global parameters # checkpoint checkpointFile(mySim) # returns the name of the checkpoint file # In this example, "chkpnt.RData" checkpointInterval(mySim) # 10 }