interactive() Function in R (Example) | Test if R is Running Interactively

 

This tutorial shows how to check whether R runs interactively using the interactive function in the R programming language.

The tutorial contains the following:

Let’s take a look at some R codes in action.

 

Example: Test if R is Running Interactively Using interactive() Function

This example explains how to test whether an R session is interactive, i.e. it is assumed that the current R session is one in which is a human operator to interact with.

For this, we can simply execute the interactive command as shown below:

interactive()                     # Apply interactive function
# [1] TRUE

The previous R code has returned the logical indicator TRUE, i.e. it is assumed that a human is there to, for instance, conduct corrections to incorrect input.

 

Video & Further Resources

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In addition, you may read the related posts on my website. You can find a selection of related articles below.

 

Summary: You have learned in this article how to apply the interactive function in the R programming language. Don’t hesitate to let me know in the comments section, if you have further questions. In addition, please subscribe to my email newsletter to receive updates on new posts.

 

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