This is a tip for how to clean up your RStudio windows.
You can use rm() to clean all objects in current environment
Or if you only want to remove specific object or only a group of new generated objects, try the following:
rm(list='obj_name') obj.list <- ls() #Save the names of the existing objects .... rm(list=setdiff(ls(), obj.list)) #Remove any new generated objects
You can press Ctrl – L manually. Of course, it would be nice to do this programmatically. So try this:
cat(" 14") # or cat("f")
For plot windows:
Try to use dev.off(), it will clost all existing graphical device and only keep Null device (device 1). If you have other graphical devices open (e.g. pdf or png) and don’t want them to be closed, you can use dev.list() to figure out which graphical device is RStudio’s.