Modifying Gurobi parameters

The next statement creates a list variable that will be used to modify a Gurobi parameter:

params <- list(OutputFlag=0)
In this example, we wish to set the Gurobi OutputFlag parameter to 0 in order to shut off Gurobi output. The Gurobi R interface allows you to pass a list of the Gurobi parameters you would like to change. Please consult the Parameters section of the Gurobi Reference Manual for a complete list of all Gurobi parameters.

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