This post is part of a series related to object oriented programming
in R and the package
aoos. The previous was a discussion of different representations of reference classes in R. The next links to another vignette in the package and introduces some features of
This post introduces the R package aoos. aoos provides alternative syntax for functions from the built in system for object orientation in the package methods. Its goal is to promote object oriented programming in the R language.
The following is a vignette (as iframe) also contained in the package itself. You can find it if you copy the following into R: