Peter Dalgaard BSA
p.dalgaard at biostat.ku.dk
Mon Nov 19 13:00:50 CET 2001
Mark Myatt <mark at myatt.demon.co.uk> writes:
> aolinto at bignet.com.br writes:
> >> As to call files of another softwares(as, Excel, minitab)
> >> to be manipulated inside of R-plus?
> >> Respectfully
> >> Regiane
> >Dear Regiane
> >The easiest way I found to transfer data from Excel to
> >data.frames in R was to use copy and paste function.
> I find that comma separated files come in OK and Excel writes these from
> File -> Save and File -> Save As...
> Remember to use sep = "," and header = TRUE as in:
> my.df <- read.table(myfile.csv, sep = ",", header = TRUE)
Notice that in several non-English locales CSV files come out with
sep=";",dec="," - which is what read.csv2() is for.
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