[R] how to save results???
bates at stat.wisc.edu
Wed Jan 17 22:52:46 CET 2001
"Ronaldo Reis Jr." <crysopa at terra.com.br> writes:
> I'm a new R's user. I am using "faq" and "An Introdution to R" to
> learn. My main problem for start the learning is: how to save my
> result in a output file?
> I has used the sink CMD or $ R > [output file], but the commands go to file
> and can't to be read in Linux Terminal. The workspace saved at the end of
> section save only commands and dont save results.
Many people using R under Linux find that the ESS package for emacs
provides the most convenient way of running R. This may not be the
best advice to a newcomer because learning to use emacs and ess is not
trivial. Once you do learn, however, these tools are not something
you would want to be without.
If you run R within an Emacs buffer using ESS you have the complete
transcript of your session available to you at all times.
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