future_options() has been deprecated in favor of furrr_options() as of furrr 0.2.0.

future_options(
globals = TRUE,
packages = NULL,
seed = FALSE,
lazy = FALSE,
scheduling = 1
)

## Arguments

globals A logical, a character vector, a named list, or NULL for controlling how globals are handled. For details, see the Global variables section below. A character vector, or NULL. If supplied, this specifies packages that are guaranteed to be attached in the R environment where the future is evaluated. A logical, an integer of length 1 or 7, a list of length(.x) with pre-generated random seeds, or NULL. For details, see the Reproducible random number generation (RNG) section below. A logical. Specifies whether futures should be resolved lazily or eagerly. A single integer, logical, or Inf. This argument controls the average number of futures ("chunks") per worker. If 0, then a single future is used to process all elements of .x. If 1 or TRUE, then one future per worker is used. If 2, then each worker will process two futures (provided there are enough elements in .x). If Inf or FALSE, then one future per element of .x is used. This argument is only used if chunk_size is NULL.

## Examples

future_options()
#> Warning: future_options() was deprecated in furrr 0.2.0.
#> Please use furrr_options() instead.#> <furrr_options>