Show progress bar
Arguments passed on to
If TRUE, all progression handlers will be shutdown at the end regardless of the progression is complete or not.
If TRUE, output and conditions that may end up in the terminal will delayed.
If TRUE, standard output is captured and relayed at the end just before any captured conditions are relayed.
A character vector specifying base::condition classes to be captured and relayed at the end after any captured standard output is relayed.
Controls whether interrupts should be detected or not. If TRUE and a interrupt is signaled, progress handlers are asked to report on the current amount progress when the evaluation was terminated by the interrupt, e.g. when a user pressed Ctrl-C in an interactive session, or a batch process was interrupted because it ran out of time.
(numeric) The minimum time (in seconds) between successive progression updates from handlers.
(logical) If FALSE, then progress is not reported. The default is to report progress in interactive mode but not batch mode. See below for more details.
Return data from the function called.