Using log_row_to_run() creates a metric with multiple columns as described in .... Each named parameter generates a column with the value specified. log_row_to_run() can be called once to log an arbitrary tuple, or multiple times in a loop to generate a complete table.

log_row_to_run(name, description = "", run = NULL, ...)

## Arguments

name A string of the name of metric. (Optional) A string of the metric description. The Run object. If not specified, will default to the current run from the service context. Each named parameter generates a column with the value specified.

None

## Examples

Log an arbitrary tuple:

log_row_to_run("Y over X", x = 1, y = 0.4)


Log the complete table:

citrus <- c("orange", "lemon", "lime")
sizes <- c(10, 7, 3)
for (i in seq_along(citrus)) {
log_row_to_run("citrus", fruit = citrus[i], size = sizes[i])
}