This is stopifnot() but with a twist: it works well as a standalone, replacement for stopifnot() but is also customized for use in validation checks in R Markdown documents where pointblank is loaded. Using stop_if_not() in a code chunk where the validate = TRUE option is set will yield the correct reporting of successes and failures whereas stopifnot() does not.

stop_if_not(...)

Arguments

...

R expressions that should each evaluate to (a logical vector of all) TRUE.

Value

NULL if all statements in ... are TRUE.

Function ID

12-5

See also

Other Utility and Helper Functions: affix_datetime(), affix_date(), col_schema(), from_github(), has_columns()

Examples

# This checks whether the number of # rows in `small_table` is greater # than `10` stop_if_not(nrow(small_table) > 10)
#> NULL
# This will stop for sure: there # isn't a `time` column in `small_table` # (but there are the `date_time` and # `date` columns) # stop_if_not("time" %in% colnames(small_table)) # You're not bound to using tabular # data here, any statements that # evaluate to logical vectors will work stop_if_not(1 < 20:25 - 18)
#> NULL