The R console allows you to interact with the R environment without having to deal with Seer objects directly (such as an indicator or an event). It is command driven and is similar to other R consoles such as the R console that comes with windows. The main difference with the Seer console is that R commands have to be explitly run by pressing one of the buttons.
The main use of the console is to analyse data that has been exported to R from within Seer (using the RVar function). A classic example is exporting trade history and using R to analyse the data and then to plot charts.
Common R commands
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Getting Help on a command or function
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To print data, use the print command:
The edit command can be used to manually edit data in a text editor:
z <- c(1,2,3,4,5)
z <- edit(z)
Note that you must assign the result of the edit command to a variable if you want to save your changes.