Hi, I tried to get more results for Plot level, as number of species in each plot. There this line

regenSpecies <- sqldf( "SELECT plot_id_ , regen_species_code AS species_code FROM regen " );

caused an error, and I checked in RStudio that regen$regen_species_code was not read in dbGetQuery clause.

I could solve this by adding a "fake" line into previous "Regen - Count total" module as: test <- regen$regen_species_code

BUT, it so that only those fields are read in which are written into the code under that particular entity?

Cheers, Lauri

asked 20 Jan '15, 03:24

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Dear Lauri,

If you want to have variables read for a specific entity (e.g. regen), you need to add that variable in a calculation step that uses that entity (as you did in the regen – count total).

Afterwards that variable can be used in another calculation step.

I think you can also add a simple comment that includes the variable. e.g.: # regen_ species_ count

in the regen – count total calculation step.


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answered 20 Jan '15, 14:23

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